Your visa requirements depend on your nationality. Please check out the details below Group (A) Countries that do not require a visa for France / Schengen region:

The Nationals from the below list of countries do not require a visa to travel to France for tourist or business purposes for the duration of 90 days:

Andorra. Argentina. Australia. Bermuda. Bolivia. Brazil. Brunei. Bulgaria. Canada. Chile. Costa Rica. Croatia. El Salvador. Guatemala. Honduras. Iceland. Israel. Japan. Liechtenstein. Macau. Malaysia. Mexico. Monaco. New Zealand. Nicaragua. Panama. Paraguay. Romania. San-Marino. Singapore. South Korea. Switzerland. U.S.A. Uruguay. The Vatican. Venezuela, Mauritius, Seychelles, Barbados, Bahamas, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Christopher and Nevis.

Group (B) Countries from EU/EEU/UK which does not require visa France / Schengen region

Nationals from UK and the European Union (EU) countries do not require a France Visa for tourist/business visit purposes for the duration of 90 days

The List of EU & EEA countries:

Austria. Belgium. Cyprus. The Czech Republic. Denmark. Estonia. Finland. Germany. Great-Britain. Greece. Hungary. Ireland. Italy. Latvia. Lithuania. Luxembourg. Malta. The Netherlands. Norway. Poland. Portugal. Slovakia. Slovenia. Spain. Sweden

Group (C) Countries that take 2 weeks processing time

The Visa application process time for passport holders of the below-mentioned passport holders will be 2 weeks- Afghanistan. Algeria. Bangladesh. Belarusian. Burma. Burundi. Colombia. Congo (Zaire). Egypt. Indonesia. Iran. Iraq. Jordan. Kuwait. North Korea. Lebanon. Libya. Myanmar. Nigeria. Oman. Pakistan. Palestine. The Philippines. Qatar. Rwanda. Somalia. Sudan. Surinam. Syria. Tunisia. The United Arab Emirates. Vietnam. Yemen. Zimbabwe.

No, you need to visit once for your biometric data and this is mandatory for all.

It is recommended that You apply for your Schengen visa 3 months in advance of your planned trip.

You need to book your appointment online using the Apply online tab and provide ’attestation d’accueil’ This must be acquired by the person who is inviting you there in France from the local town hall. It is a compulsory document.

Children, under the age of 6, are not required to be present. A child, who is more than 12 Year needs to be presented there.

You don't need to provide the hotel vouchers if you are going on a day trip.

You have to provide all documents like hotel and flight details, and bank statements because after March 2014 French visa rules has been modified and even if you are a spouse of a British/EU national you need to provide all documents. Please call us for more details.

No, she needs to visit in person with a dependable adult for a France visa application.

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