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Schengen Zone question

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My DH and I are planning a mini sabbatical of sorts in Europe, primarily France, and ideally we'd like to stay about 4 months. We have toyed with the idea of applying for a French Visa for the trip in order to stay over the 90 day in 180 limit.

But we also realized we'd like to spend some time inScotland/ Ireland, Turkey and possibly Morocco. Since these three countries are not in the Schengen Zone could we be in France for about 6 weeks to 2 months and then visit these additional countries during the trip and then when we return to the Schengen zone we would use up our additional remainder of the 90 days?

I keep reading conflicting information but this seems like it should be okay based on the language I am reading an the schengen visa entry. We are US citizens.

thank you everyone for your assistance on this. Kelly

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