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Living & Working in the Pollensa Area This forum is for any comments, questions and advice about living (permanently or temporarily) and working in the Pollensa area. Aimed at ex-pats, property owners etc.

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Old 22-05-2022, 11:00
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Default The 90 day rule

I hope someone on this forum can answer this query.

I understand the post-Brexit 90 day rule re Schengen area visit and total of 183 days in any calendar year. What I cannot find areany rules re duration that is required to be outside this area before returning.

For example if I stayed here in April, May and June returning to UK on the 90th day (30th June), could I fly back to Mallorca the next day and stay a further 90 days?

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The way I read it on various sites, though I'm more than happy to stand corrected, you have to wait for 90 days before you can return to the Schengen area.

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I hope someone on this forum can answer this query.

I understand the post-Brexit 90 day rule re Schengen area visit and total of 183 days in any calendar year. What I cannot find areany rules re duration that is required to be outside this area before returning.

For example if I stayed here in April, May and June returning to UK on the 90th day (30th June), could I fly back to Mallorca the next day and stay a further 90 days?

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Use this calculator... Visa-Schengen Calculator
i used the calculator for you see bellow as you can see you cannot re enter any area for a further 90 days BREXIT THE GIFT THAT KEEP ON GIVING

Date of Entry
01-04-2022
Date of Exit
30-06-2022
Days of Stay
91
Days of Stay in the Last 180 Day
91
Last Day to Stay
29-06-2022
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1 days of visa overstay between 30-06-2022 and 30-06-2022
In order to avoid visa overstay, you must exit on 29-06-2022 at the latest.
The earliest date for your next visit: 28-09-2022

If you re-enter the Schengen area on 28-09-2022, you can stay 90 days until 26-12-2022.
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It is not 90 days in a calendar year. It 90 days in a rolling 180 days

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Thanks for all the responses. I think I have got it now.
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I find it incredible that the U.K. Government has brought in these foreign travel restrictions on their own citizens. It’s almost as if we are trying to punish ourselves …
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I find it incredible that the U.K. Government has brought in these foreign travel restrictions on their own citizens. It’s almost as if we are trying to punish ourselves …
It is as a direct result of Brexit the gift that keeps on giving. Not the UK Government . All they did was allow an ill informed country to vote for something without knowing the true consequences.
As a result uk citizens are no longer classed as European . And as such cannot travel work or stay freely within Europe and other Shenzhen regions . This is just the tip of the iceberg
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Give us a break, will you.

And please don’t refer to me as “ ill informed”

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Give us a break, will you.

And please don’t refer to me as “ ill informed”

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C’mon chaps……I enjoy this forum because opinions can be exchanged without acrimony. Don’t spoil it, please.
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C’mon chaps……I enjoy this forum because opinions can be exchanged without acrimony. Don’t spoil it, please.
I agree but I was not expressing an opinion I was answering a question with facts. No Acrimony . Afraid some people do not like to see or hear the truth
I f you look at the thread I was answering the question as to why the 90 day rule
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C’mon chaps……I enjoy this forum because opinions can be exchanged without acrimony. Don’t spoil it, please.
I totally agree
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The consequences of Brexit for so many of us will create acrimony for the next decade. Most people who voted for Brexit were ill informed, many were racist. Nobody on this forum actually read the full Brexit Deal. Even Johnson did not read it. The consequences in relation to fine detail are only now emerging.
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Ok lets move on now, only post info about the 90 day rule. thank you.
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