Every foreign national who intends to go to France has to be able to present at the border ones documents to prove the purpose of ones stay, the financial means to live and the accomodation.
In some cases, a visa (...)
Do you need a visa according to your nationality ?:
The holder of a Schengen visa can stay in the Schengen Space in maximum 90 days in any 180-day period.
It is issued :
for a family or private visit,
Every holder of a diplomatic or service passport is exempted from holding an airport transit visa, for a transit via France.
Laissez-passer issued by the United Nations organizations: this travel document, which (...)
Transit visas are applied by non-EU nationals, who travel from a non-Schengen state to another non-Schengen state, through France or several Schengen states.
The airport transit visa allows its holder to reach the (...)
Do you need a visa according to your nationality ?
The long stay visa allows its holder to stay, for a more than 3 months period, in metropolitan France, the DOM or TOM or New Caledonia.
The procedure leading to (...)
According to regulation passed by the Council of European Union in 2003, processing fees have to be paid to the consular department when submitting the application for the visa. These are processing fees for the (...)
Short stay visas – Schengen visa :
[Long stay visas:
Norms for the identity photographs
The application has to be submitted by the applicant to the (...)
Grounds are not given for visa refusals; they are orally notified to the applicants, except when these persons ask for a written notification.
Grounds are given for visa refusals to the following categories of (...)
Elizabeth FORTIN : 33.67.01.64
Gitte SNEFSTRUP : 33.67.01.61
Flemming JENSEN (in Danish and English only) : 33.67.01.59
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ny Østergade 3, 2nd floor