I have an Permesso di soggiorno in Italy and can be in any Schengen country for 90 days out of 180. What happens if I stay away longer. Who is checking that and how? As within Europe I don't get stamps in my passport.
asked May 6, 2018 in Legal advice by Gambian

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only if you make an address(Anmedung). the office will know when you or if you overstayed
answered May 7, 2018 by shaggy
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