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is it true that you can get a fine and “banned” fromm returning to europe if u overstay the schengen visa requirements? can someone point me to where abouts in the legislation is states this? im thinking of taking a trip to morrocco for a couple of weeks to get my visa renewed. will this work or will i be stu

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1. Yes.
2. http://www.eurotrip….
3. technically, no; in reality, maybe, but check the risks before you decide. You could, for example, stay 89 days in Schengen, leave for a day, then return to Schengen with proof of onward travel out of Schengen next-day; whether or not you take that flight or ferry or train out the next day is up to you, but you assume risks for overstays

What’s your itinerary, roughly? What’s your passport country?

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Jesika (and others):

Article 34 of EC Regulation 810 of 2009 discusses all about revocation of a visa.

Your visa will be stamped that it was revoked or annulled and your passport will probably be entered into the Schengen Info System for future alerts.

Hope that helps clear things up!

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