I'm a medical student from Brazil. I intend to travel to Europe as a student in order to frequent some clinical clerkships. I'll spend 2 and 1/2 months in Germany, 1 month in Switzerland and 2 months in France.
My doubt is: in Germany, Brazilian people don't need a visa for short stays in the country, but I will stay in the Schengen Area for more than 90 days, but in all the countries for less than 90 days, the minimum period for requesting a residency permission.
Do you know the best option for this? The German embassy can give me a student visa type D for 6 months even If I move to another country? The fact is anyone with a national D visa can stay up to 90 days in any country of the Schengen area different from the main one.
I made a big search on Internet, but I didn't find a plausible explanation.
Thanks a lot.
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