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I stayed 9 days extra in Denmark on a Schengen visa. Unaware of the overstay, I applied for a spouse type in the overstay period. This is when a cop there told me that you are overstaying. Meanwhile, the application for the spouse visa was rejected as it was applied during the overstay.

Then when i came back to my home country I applied for a Schengen visa again. It was rejected.

Now I have applied again for the spouse visa from my home country and waiting for the decision!

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    How did it end up?
    – nic
    Mar 11 '15 at 6:01
  • Could you please add that as answer? Thanks!
    – nic
    Dec 9 '15 at 8:03
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    Well! I got the spouse visa, but the Danes sure took their time. It was granted 6 months after the application! The delay was the most unpleasant thing ever! But it was all good in the end! Sorry for the 'very' late reply though!
    – diszonant
    Apr 25 '16 at 15:01
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According to OP:

Well! I got the spouse visa, but the Danes sure took their time. It was granted 6 months after the application! The delay was the most unpleasant thing ever! But it was all good in the end! Sorry for the 'very' late reply though!

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  • The OP actually posted that comment as an answer and then a moderator deleted the answer. We should perhaps appeal to the moderator to undelete the answer. The OP got one upvote on the answer and deserves the reputation.
    – phoog
    Oct 25 '16 at 14:30
  • @phoog I don't see deleted posts here so I wouldn't know Oct 25 '16 at 14:31
  • I figured; that's why I posted my comment :-)
    – phoog
    Oct 25 '16 at 14:32
  • phoog it was converted to a comment. @StrongBad can maybe advise, but this isn't the place for that.
    – Mark Mayo
    Oct 26 '16 at 9:42

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