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Overstayin in Germany (15 days) as a student

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1. Posted by onmercury (Budding Member 2 posts) 6y Star this if you like it!

Hello all!

As a turkish citizen and also a full time student in one of the German Universities, I have overstayed in Germany for 25 days.

I have a special passaport(green one) and my normal allowed stayin time is 90 days in 180 days. but I stayed 115 days.

Normally, last year,I had a residence permit, but it ended up at the beginning of this semester and I did not applied for the new one since my Semester was on for only 2,5 Months.

I was thinking, my period resets itself everytime I enter Turkey and fly back to Germany again and I was travelling back and fort 3 times during my stay. But apparently it is not.

They noticed it in Passaport Control at the airport, did some papers about it and then I left Germany.

There is no unusual stamp in my Passaport too.(Just the one showing I left the country on that particular day)

What will be the consequences, do you think? My whole education life is depend on that, and i am too stressed right now because of the possibility that I looked up from internet i might be banned from reentry of all Schengen zone within 3-5 years.

The police officer(3 silver stars) told and adviced me to go to German embassy and get a proper visa when i will be returning for summer semester and apply for residence permit as a student. But I can not be so sure whether or not they will give me visa or, should I mention that incident during my visa conversation.

Please help guys, thank you very much.

[ Edit: Edited on 25-Feb-2012, at 12:41 by onmercury ]

2. Posted by WomBatt (Full Member 133 posts) 6y Star this if you like it!

There is something wrong with your maths, this is a 25 day overstay by your account.

Consider yourself lucky not to be penalised, which as far I am concerned would have been apparent on exit.
You have no alternative but to proceed to apply for the correct visa and declare all, any other behaviour is foolish.

3. Posted by onmercury (Budding Member 2 posts) 6y Star this if you like it!

sorry, you are right. writing it fast cause such mistakes.