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Dual Citizenship Question

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I'm an American citizen visiting Denmark. As I understand it, I can stay in the Schengen for a period of 3 months. I arrived in Madrid on May 15th and came to Denmark on the 19th. Am I required to return to the States and come back if I wish to stay longer? I also have a Polish passport with me through which I can stay in the EU indefinitely. Is it possible to have my American passport "stamped out" somewhere and switch the Polish one, thereby allowing me to stay? I'm trying to avoid flying back to the States and then back to the EU on the Polish passport as it would be quite expansive.

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