General information on procedures for submitting and processing visa applications
SHORT STAY VISA
Short Stay Schengen Application Form (less than 90 days) (pdf)
Attestation of Accomodation / Attestation d’accueil
Required documents for a Schengen visa
How to read a Shengen visa ?
There are several categories of visa. The visa will depend on the type of travel document, nationality, length (more or less than 90 days) and place of stay (Schengen Area or French overseas). The followings rules (...)
1. Short Stay Visa Requirements : up to 90 days
American passport holders are not required to obtain a visa prior to visiting France for up to 90 days in any 180-day period.
As of October 18th, 2013, the rules for (...)
You may apply in Washington D.C. ONLY if you are a resident of Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia or West Virginia.
If you are NOT a resident of these States, you must apply to the (...)
Your passport can only be accepted by the visa officer if it meets the following requirements :
Passport valid for at least three months beyond the applicant’s last day of stay in the Schengen states. Please make (...)
The picture is now scanned on the visa. The requirements concerning the pictures are consequently VERY important.
The picture has to be taken ON A WHITE BACKGROUND.
COLOR PHOTOS ONLY.
To get those requirements, (...)
Along with other required documents needed to get a Schengen visa, all applicants have to present a medical insurance valid for the Schengen territory (regulation of the European Union: decision 2004/17/CE of (...)
According to regulation passed by the Council of European Union in 2003 (2003/454/CE), the applicants are now charged for the visa process. The fees have to be paid when filing the application.
In case of a visa (...)
The visa section of the French Consulate in Washington DC is open by appointment only.
Due to technical problems, additional delays of 8 to 10 days on average currently affect the issuance of all visas.
The visa section apologize for the inconvenience.
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