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Does a fine for overstaying mean that I am banned from the Schengen region

I overstayed in Copenhagen after the rules for americans changed…3 months in 6 months out and I had to sign something at the Finish airport in Finish. Anyway, they fined me 60 euros but i have no idea where to send it and i would like to get back to CPH in August. What can I do?

It is my impression that if you were processed for the overstay and paperwork was filed on you, then you are more than likely in the SIS (the Schengen zone’s immigration system) and can be denied entry to Schengen Europe at any time — even if the immigration officials in Finland did not mention anything of it. Typically, if this happens the ban is generally around 3 years, but this is often loosely enforced. In point, you may be able to reenter Schengen Europe before the possible ban is up, but there will always be the possibility that you can be refused entry. The system is very inconsistent, and the bans seem to be enforced only at the whim of the individual immigration official. If you want to check to see if you are in the SIS wait for at least three months (it apparently takes time to be entered) and inquire at a Danish Consulate.


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