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As it has been pointed out in other answers, there will be no problem to leave the Schengen area, but there may be problems returning. The 90 day period applies to the Schengen area, however some countries have bilateral agreements between them, allowing the visitors to stay longer. Specifically, you have to check whether such agreements exist between Italy ...


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The simplest solution is, after the marriage has taken place, is to go to the Italian Immigration office (or local Anagrafe) and apply for an Article 10 residence card (Family member of a Union citizen). Italy, as apposed to some other EU countries, will issue a Article 10 card to the spouse of an Italian citizen. Article 10 Issue of residence cards The ...


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You can absolutely leave safely. The problems may occur when she returns. As mentioned in the other answer - if you both intend to live in Italy, the simplest solution would be to apply for the Italian residence permit before leaving. While there may be a potential fine assessed during that application (maybe? probably? unlikely? Who knows...), the residence ...


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As the spouse of an Italian citizen, your wife will benefit from freedom of movement rights when traveling with you (or to join you), so no ban will be possible. It's very unlikely that an officer would try to impose a fine relating to an overstay before the marriage (if such a fine would even be lawful), I don't have much experience with Portuguese border ...


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There is no need to try to obscure or downplay where you are from, or feel negatively about it. People who assume that you are a terrorist because you are Syrian are not people you would want to hang out with anyway. The same goes for people who avoid you because they assume you are Muslim. You might think that this is unfair, because you are not Muslim, ...


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