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Chateau de Chambord
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Chateau de Chenonceau
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Baie du Kernic en Bretagne
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Place de la Libération à Dijon
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Parc national des Ecrins dans les Alpes
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Terrine de foie gras dans un restaurant gastronomique parisien
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Marché dans les Halles de Dijon
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Visa Section closed

Due to renovations, the Visa Section of the Embassy of France in New Delhi will remain closed to the public from 14th September to 8th October 2016.
All visa applications must be submitted at the VFS Global Centre in New Delhi.
You may contact the VFS Centre by clicking on the link http://www.vfs-france.co.in/, where you will also find general information on applying for visas to France.
Any inconvenience caused is sincerely regretted.

Attention Visa applicants: France, in line with all the countries of the Schengen Area, is issuing biometric visas to Indian citizens with effect from 2 November 2015. All visa applicants must now come in person at any listed VFS centre of their choice to register their biometric data; children under the age of 12 years are exempted from this procedure.
Visas issued prior to the introduction of biometrics continue to remain valid. read more…

Depending on its duration and purpose, each stay matches a specific visa.
This table will help you identify the visa that matches your situation.

Short-stay or “Schengen” visas allow holders to move freely in countries in the Schengen Area for stays not exceeding 90 days per period of 6 months from your first entry to the Schengen Area. Schengen visas may be issued for one or several entries. This type of visa is generally issued for tourism, business travel, family visits.

Long-stay visas are issued for stays exceeding 3 months. The main reasons for issuing this type of visa are study, work and family reunion.

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Last modified on 29/09/2016

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