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Schengen Area definition of 180 day period

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erfe
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« on: February 26, 2011, 01:57:41 pm »

is the 180 day period from the day of first entry through to 180 days later; or is it a constantly "moving" period (i.e. only 90 days of ANY 180 day period can be spent in the Schengen Area)? Note: this is for an Australian passport holder

Is this itinerary legal:
Day 1-30: Schengen area
31-120: Non- Schengen area
121-180: Schengen area (end of 180 day period after first entry, 90 days in Schengen area)
181-190: Non- Schengen area
191-280: Schengen area

By the end of the itineray the Australian passport holder has spent 150 of the previous 180 days in the Schengen Area; although potentially across 2 different "cycles" (days 1-180 and 191-370)
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danisara
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« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2011, 10:42:49 pm »

Hello, article 1 of the chapter 3 in the title 2 (definition of short-term visa) of the Schengen Acquis reads the following:

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"(a) a travel visa valid for one or more entries,
provided that neither the length of a continuous visit
nor the total length of successive visits exceeds three
months in any half-year, from the date of first entry;"

Hope that helps.
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