What to know before applying
Being exempted from a visa depends on a foreigner’s nationality and eventually on getting a residency document for France or for a country covered by the Schengen agreements. For short stays, European regulations (...)
Jurisduction, Address of the Consulate General, Hours of operation.
How to reach the Consulate General of France in Vancouver.
Rates, method of payment
As of May 15th, 2014, with the implementation of the V.I.S (Visa Information System), all applicants over the age of 12 will have to get their biometric data - photo and fingerprints - (...)
1. Where and how to apply
An application is formally lodged by providing the following elements:
- a recognised valid passport with at least 2 available blank visa pages (no stamp, no mark), issued (...)
For general information please visit [http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/france/coming-to-france/getting-a-visa/l]
What do you need to cross the French border?
Whether or not you are required to obtain a visa before travelling, even if you are an Canadian citizen, you may be requested to show the following elements to the (...)
Translators in British Columbia
The Consulate of France in Vancouver does not offer translation or certification services.
You can find a contact address on the website of STIBC (the Society of Translators and (...)
When your visa application is approved, a sticker visa will be placed in your passport. Text Meaning Valable pour: (Valid for) Territorial validity of visa If the sticker is marked “ETATS SCHENGEN”, this visa (...)
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