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- How does the Schengen 90/180 rule work? 5 answers
I'm trying to visit Italy again so I can see one of my family members and I don't quite get the rule.
I know it's concept is about the first day you enter the Schengen zone, the 180 day count starts and you can't be in the Schengen zone over 90 days.
I'm not even sure if I violated the rule right now.
So my situation: I was in Italy on August 4-September 4 2018 and on January 11-March 7 2019. For 89 days total if my count was right...
So question #1: Did I violate the rule? question #2: If I didn't violate it, when can I go back to Italy for 90 days fully?
Thanks in advance!