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90 days in Schengen Zone then Norway w/ Working Visa but no Exit Stamp

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I am an Australian Citizen and have recently travelled in Europe. I am writing to enquire about a possible "technical" overstay in the Schengen Zone due to lack of documentation. My history is as follows:

3/6/2013
I entered the Schengen Zone and travelled within the Schengen Zone. As an Australian Citizen, I enjoy 90 days Visa Free Schengen Zone privileges.

30/8/2013
Entered Norway, where I currently am and have a 1 Year Working Holiday Visa for.

1/9/2013
Date when my 90 Day Visa Free period for the Schengen Zone ended.

As I have technically not "left" the Schengen Zone and do not have an exit stamp in my passport, how can I prove, next time I enter the Schengen Zone, that I did not overstay during the above trip? The only proof I have is an E-Ticket with my name and the date on it. I am worried that I will be accused of overstaying in the Schengen Zone.

I am currently awaiting a Residence Card which will also not say I entered Norway on the 30/8/2013.

Any help is much appreciated.

Kind regards,
Ray

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