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Can I travel europe after my visa expires?
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I am a New Zealand Citizen that has been living in Denmark on a working holiday maker visa. I need to know if I can travel for 90 days after my visa runs out in Europe or if the Schegen agreement means that I have to leave these countries as soon as my visa runs out. I am confused. I don’t know if the time I have spent in Denmark on a visa requires me to leave the schegen countries or if the visa is a completely seperate entity and I can travel through the schegen countries after the visa expires.

I am leaving from Denmark with $18000 for 87 days
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That’s a good question, unfortunately I don’t know the answer, and no one else seems to either. I suggest calling the Danish consulate where you got your work visa, and ask them.


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