Many people from around the globe aspire to “live the good life” in France. It is simple to understand the allure with its seemingly limitless countryside, gorgeous coastal towns, and some of the world’s most energetic cities. Additionally, French citizens profit from a robust local economy and convenient access to other EU nations (EU). Due to their freedom of movement, EU citizens will find it extremely simple to get permanent residency in France. But it takes time and knowledge of the country’s immigration laws for non-EU/EEA nationals to obtain permanent residence in France.
A long-stay visa enables foreign people to stay in France for some time greater than three months to obtain a residence permit that will allow them to stay for a specific amount of time.
Documents Required for French Immigration Visa
• A passport that satisfies both of the requirements listed below
-> Issued within the last ten years.
-> It should be valid for three more months after the day you intend to depart France
• Long-stay visa application form duly completed, signed, and dated.
• Three uniform passport-sized photographs.
• You must have your Bank statement with sufficient funds and payment slips to confirm that you can maintain your residency in the country.
• Proof of paid French immigration visa fee
• A criminal history certificate demonstrating your lack of involvement in any active criminal cases
• A declaration made in writing by a medical professional with legal standing that you are free from sickness or that you could seriously harm public health.
• Documentation describing the reason to stay in France.
• Flight booking and accommodation proof
How Nile Can Help You?
The leading overseas immigration consultancy in the world, Nile, offers impartial immigration services to each customer based on their needs and interests. The Nile provides top-quality services, including
• Professional guidance and consultation for French immigration
• Free career counselling is available; make an appointment right away.
• Complete instructions for obtaining a PR visa for France
• Services for finding relevant jobs in France
• A complete review of your own personal, financial and professional history
• Contact your employer for the required documents
• The advice of a France immigration specialist
• Detailed document checklist for sponsors and applicants (if available)
• Careful preparation of all communications with authorities
• Expert advice on how to behave during an interview (if any)
• The preparation of your visa application with attention and precision
• Submission of visa application to relevant government authorities]