Visas for France
The short stay is a stay in the Schengen area for a continuous or discontinuous period of 90 days or less per six-month period.
The following persons are not required to have a visa to enter France’s (...)
Do I need a visa for French Overseas Departments - La Réunion, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyane (DROM) (ordinary passport) ?
The following Departments are the DROM : Reunion, Guyana, Guadeloupe and Martinique.
The short stay is a stay in DROM for a continuous or discontinuous period of 90 days or less per six-month (...)
Do I need a visa for the French Territorial Overseas Communities (CTOM)- French Polynesia, St Martin, New Caledonia, ...(ordinary passport) ?
CTOM are : Saint Pierre and Miquelon, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna, Mayotte, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Martin.
The short stay is a stay in DROM for a continuous or discontinuous (...)
Days and opening hours of the visa section
To submit a visa application, please make an appointment only online,
- from monday till friday :
-* from 8:45 am to 12:00 pm
- thursday :
-* from 8:45 (...)
The General French Consulate in Frankfort has sole competence in Germany to issue french visas in ordinary passports.
Access to the visa section is possible only with an appointment and only online.
The visa (...)
Processing time is for information only. The visa section can not act on it.
Long stay visas Long stay (metropolitan France + DROMTimeframes Students, trainees 3 - 5 days1 Scientists1 1 - 2 weeks1 Employees (...)
Attention : Excepted citizens of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland, you must apply for a long stay visa if you stay more than 90 days in France before leaving Germany. (...)
A visa valid for a maximum stay of 11 months is issued. Its validity cannot be extended during the minor’s stay in France. The minor must therefore leave France before the expiry date of his visa.
The family live-in caregiver program (au pair) allows you to be received by a French family and to continue your studies for the purpose of perfecting your linguistic knowledge and increasing your (...)
You are traveling to France to undergo training (un stage) in the course of your studies or a training program. This training is not remunerated but you receive gratuities.
The long-stay visa, which (...)
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