I’m a citizen of a non-Schengen country who holds a student resident permit. I was on leisure travel in the Schengen Area when borders were closed. By the time borders are reopened in late April/early May (if they are, as the situation is still uncertain and travel restriction may be extended), I would have stayed more than 90-days outside my country of residence.
I know force majeure applies to tourist stranded now in Europe, but I haven’t found anything about residence permit holders in my situation. What provisions and procedures apply in this situation to stay legally in a different country?
This is in line with other question asked previously and I know the sensible thing to do is to contact the local authorities (I'm already doing this) and register with the consulate of my country to be informed about repatriation flights (I already did), but still I’d like to know.
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