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Visas issued prior to the introduction of biometrics will 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.
You will find below all information on visas:
Submitting your visa application
Paying visa application processing fees
The different types of visa
Important information before submitting your application
Changes in Schengen visa application process from 2nd November 2015
Visa Information System leaflet
General Presentation on Schengen Visa by EU
Visa FAQ’s post Paris attacks
Schengen states implement biometrics in India
Key announcements for Indian tourists headed for France
Visa applications in India: waiver of geographical restrictions
Visas within 48 hours as of 1/1/2015
Short-stay visa waiver for Indian tourists visiting the French Island of Reunion
Update for visa applicants from Nepal
5 year Visa to France for alumni of French higher education institutions
List of approved insurance companies