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As you may be aware, the Schengen visa area of Europe allows for Canadians to visit all of the countries under the Schengen treaty, without need for a visa, and for a period of 90 days out of any six month period.
I am a Canadian citizen currently visiting Spain. In 2014, I entered the Schengen area in Paris, France, on October 25th.
As of April 25th 2015, it will be six months since my initial entry into the Schengen area.
As of April 25th 2015, my stay in the Schengen area will come to a total of approximately 70 days.
It is my intention to stay in the Schengen area beyond April 25th, if I am allowed to initiate a new six month period per the Schengen agreement.
My question is: am I allowed to initiate a new six month period without need to exit and re-enter the Schengen area?