You can also travel to the UK without a visa for 6 months, which means you can visit England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland (things can change there as soon as Brexit starts) and the British Isles like Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man. At present, Ireland is also not included in the Schengen area, so take advantage of your 90-day visa-free trip to explore the beautiful Irish landscape. North Africa is also nearby, with many travelers en route to Egypt, Morocco or Turkey. The possibilities are limitless! Hey, Matt! Thank you very much for some very useful information. I am originally from Sri Lanka and I was invited a few months ago to visit Switzerland, which was supported for a few weeks by some friends of my Swiss nationality. But even with sponsorship, my visa was refused on the grounds that they are not sure that I would leave the country after the planned stay. I had no intention of staying and blacklisting myself. I have a government position at a university that gave me 30 days off to travel. Of course, I didn`t have anything like 30,000 to show 🙂 after all this is the third world.
But the reason I needed sponsorship is because I`m poor! My appeal was real, but I was rejected. I can appeal to the Swiss government, but it takes 150CHF, that is a lot. All my documents were in absolved sound order. Any ideas for refusing me entry? Thank you for your time. It was well written and very helpful. I will be in Italy and I hope to stay for the 90 days. Then, after your intervention, I can go to the UK to wait 90 days there and then the countdown for the re-entry is reset in Napoli, Italy; So, basically, 90 days in 90 days for the clock to reset? Page 14, what is strange about Denmark is that the passport holder is only allowed for an additional 90 days in Denmark if the last 90 days of Schengen have not been in the „Nordic countries“. So 90 days in Spain then 90 days in Denmark is OK, 90 days in Sweden, then not a day in Denmark. The best, easiest and most effective way to stay in Europe and live there for the long term is to increase the number of countries you visit, so that you only stay 90 days in the Schengen area. As I said before, many countries do not exist in the region, so it is easy to do.
Hungary: Apply for a residence card from the Regional Directorate of the Immigration and Nationality Office within 90 days of arrival. (2) If so, suppose that I entered Schengen from the United Kingdom and left Schengen 90 days later for Britain – without visiting Norway or any other country with a bilateral visa agreement. A few days later, I will travel from Great Britain to Norway Could I enter Norway under the bilateral visa agreement? That`s good information. Can you tell us where this information comes from? I ask the question, because after the 90-day visit to Schengen, I plan to go to France, because it says that I can stay there for another 90 days. I can`t find this information (or a lot at all) on the website of the French Embassy. So before I book, I want to hear it from the horse`s mouth. I can confirm that. And even if you have Irish and German ancestry, you can apply for a passport. Once you`re done, there`s a lot less fuss in Europe — you still have to prove that you have enough money if you stay more than 90 days in a country that`s not „yours,“ but you can also get a job without any kind of visa.