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Irish 90 day stay vs. Schengen 90 day

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In September I am leaving from the U.S. for Portugal. My boyfriend and I are traveling within Portugal, Spain and France for about 3 weeks before going to Ireland. Dublin will then be our home base up until Christmas, when his semester at Trinity College ends. I just graduated from the University of Virginia and am coming along for the trip of a lifetime before going back to school!

I will be living in Dublin for approximately 90 days, probably a bit more, but will be traveling out of Ireland frequently. I am wondering how the 90 day counter works for Ireland and having trouble finding concrete information. If I leave Ireland for the Schengen area does the 90 day counter for my stay in Ireland stop until I return? I am hoping that it works similarly to the "90 days out of 180 consecutive days" counter in Schengen countries but I have no idea if that is true. If it is, I'll be sure to get my passport stamped whenever I leave Ireland.

Any info is much appreciated!!

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