A foreign student who wants to study in France will require a France student visa. France has different application procedures for student visas that depend on what course a student wants to pursue in France and what is the duration of the course. In order to apply for a France student visa, an applicant must have secured an unconditional offer of a place at one of the … [Read more...]
France is known for its world-class architecture and art and is one of the top destinations in the world with around 85 million travellers each year who fly in to experience the unique treasures of galleries, museums, artist workshops, to be a part of their extraordinary culture and when it comes to food nothing can beat the French cuisine.
The Paris French Tech Ticket programme has been launched in France to attract foreign entrepreneurs who are will to set up ambitious projects in Paris. The start-up team must have at least three founding members.
Four kinds of student visa are being offered to students who are willing to do a course in France. They are student-examination visa, short stay student visa, temporary long stay student visa, and long stay student visa.
To be eligible you need to submit a proof of enrolment in one of the educational institutions in France , a valid passport, acceptance letter from the institution, a valid bank statement proving that you have enough finance for your stay, proof of medical insurance that covers the period of stay in France and proof of your accommodation in France.
If you wish to travel to France as a tourist you require a Schengen visa which is valid for 90 days. A valid passport, a valid bank statement, flight bookings and travel itinerary are some of the main documents required.
To visit France as a tourist a visitor requires a short stay visa. The short-stay or a France tourist visa is also known as “Schengen” visa or “C” visa. This Schengen visa is valid not only for France but for all the 26 countries in the Schengen Area. This visa is issued for a maximum duration of 90 days per period of 6 months from the date of first entry to the Schengen Area. … [Read more...]