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- How does the Schengen 90/180 rule work? 5 answers
I just can't find the answer I am looking for so I hope you can help me!
I am a bit confused because of the new rules from October 2013.
So we are Australian, and were in Schengen between 23/07/14 and 26/09/14 (66 days) and came back in 27/12/14 and the end of the 180 day period is 18/01/15 (23 days) ... so my question is... do we need to leave schengen for the new 180 day period to begin? And then we would get 90 days within the 180 day period?
We are in France, so thinking we could go to the UK or Andorra for a day (I just found out that Andorra is not Schengen, is this true?!)
Or is it that you can spend a maximum of 90 days in any 180 day period, so we couldn't spend 90 days from 20th january because we spent 23 days already (so could only spend 67 days until we need to leave).