No travel document will be handed over after 4:00pm.
Important information for visa applicants Schengen and Long stay visas (except following cases)
In view of the implementation of the “Visa (...)
The applicant must obtain an individual appointment : 1 passport = 1 appointment.
If you don’t come at the consulate the day of the rendezvous, without cancellation on the computer system, you will not (...)
You may track your visa application by entering the receipt number and the date of birth of the visa applicant as they appear on the printed receipt given at the French Consulate on the day the application was (...)
Short-stay Schengen visas (1-90 days)
The required processing time ranges between 24 hours and three weeks, depending on your nationality, the type of visa requested and the type of passport or travel document you (...)
Cette article explique les modalités de retrait des passeports avec visas.
French European territory is part of the “Schengen Area”. This area also includes the territory of other European Union countries or associated countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, (...)
Important information for all visa applicants (Schengen and Long stay visas)
In view of the implementation of the Visa Information System (VIS) May 15th, 2014, the Consulate General of France in Montreal will (...)
The following recommendations will help you to provide proper photos, thereby avoiding any delay in the processing of your file. Only photos taken by professional photographers are accepted.
The photos (...)
To contact visa service, click here. Attention, Information requests already dealt with on our Web site will not be answered.
I am going to France in four months. Can I apply immediately for my visa ?
No, a visa (...)
The Consulate is closed on the following days in 2011.
You must schedule an appointment through the Internet before coming to Visa Services (No appointment may be scheduled, changed or cancelled on-site or by (...)
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