Regardless of which dimensioning and tolerancing standard you are referring to (ASME or ISO) the surface variations allowed by the surface finish specification will always be contained within the geometric (geometrical) and limit of size tolerance variations specified.
Therefore, the 0,0002 surface variations are ignored from a size tolerance or boundary calculation. Tolerance specifications, limits of size and geometric (geometrical) have hierarchical relationships.
To answer your question in regards to the outer boundary calculations limits of size + geometric (geometrical) tolerance variations...
What dimensioning and tolerancing standard are you referring to? Is Rule #1 for ASME invoked also called the envelope principle or in the case of ISO and the Envelope Requirement is not specified?
ASME or ISO standard and what year for clarity?