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Schengen Visa after having the Long Term Residence Permit

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wanritsu
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« on: August 12, 2015, 11:57:25 am »

Hi everyone!
First of all I have a Malaysian passport. So if I understand correctly I should be able to stay in schengen area for 90 days visa free.
So this is my situation.

I am a student and my 1-year long term residence permit will end on the 30th of August this year. However, I will have my last exam on the 10th of September. I went back to Malaysia for holidays earlier this month and plan to come back to Prague on the 26th of this month (note :before my long term residence permit ends) to complete my exams and graduate. I would expect to leave Prague for good by the end of October.

My questions are:
1) Is there a possibility that I am violating the 90/180 rule? To be honest I dont really get it but as I understand, the 180 days will be reset after I change from entry with long term residence permit to visa free entry.
2) What should I expect at the airport?
3) Would I need to show proof that I will return to Malaysia?
4) What about insurance?

Thank you so much for your time!
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bugibar
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« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2015, 03:09:42 pm »

The period of time when you are in the Czech Republic on a long-term residence permit does not count toward the 90/180 quota. You might need to prove your long-term residence permit upon your return to Malaysia, i.e. upon leaving the Czech Republic (border control may suspect that you are returning not as a tourist but rather illegally overstayed your long-term residence permit).

See this thread on similar topic for quotes from the Schengen Acquis: Schengen tourist visa after study visa expires?? ( http://www.maxi-pedia.com/forum/index.php?topic=288.msg915#msg915 )
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wanritsu
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« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2015, 04:10:35 am »

The period of time when you are in the Czech Republic on a long-term residence permit does not count toward the 90/180 quota. You might need to prove your long-term residence permit upon your return to Malaysia, i.e. upon leaving the Czech Republic (border control may suspect that you are returning not as a tourist but rather illegally overstayed your long-term residence permit).

Hello,

Thank you sooooo much for the reply.
So from my understanding of your post, I might have problems when I will be leaving Czech Republic for good during October, BUT not when I am trying to enter Czech Republic from Malaysia on the 26th of this month (before my long term residence permit is ended)?

If so, how do I prove that I am not intentionally prolonging my stay?
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