I have a 1 year multi-entry Schengen visa (issued by Spain). This visa expires in March 2017 and I want to ask for a new one from March 2017 onwards. In the past year, I spent 20 days in Spain and 10 days in Germany. Now I still have 90 days to spend in this period and I want to spend those 90 days in Netherlands.
1) Is it a problem if I come 90 days to Netherlands when I have a Spain issued Schengenvisa which presumes that I should spend the most time in Spain over the course of the 1 year? Meaning at the border can they refuse me?
2) When I have this record in March 2017 when my visa expires, Spain 20 days, Germany 10 days, Netherlands 90 days, and I apply for a new Schengen visa with Spain, will they refuse me because I showed that I spent more time on my visa OUTSIDE Spain, namely Netherlands, so is it a violation and enough reason not to trust me and not give me a Schengen visa anymore never ever?
- Is it not so that when you apply for a C visa, Schengen, and you travel for example from 1 April to 15 April to Italy for example, that the Schengen visa is always given for a minimum of 90 days consecutive time, so NOT for specifically my travel dates 1 April to 15 April???