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All foreign nationals wishing to travel to France must be able to present at the border the regulatory supporting documents relating to the purpose of their stay, means of subsistence and accommodation conditions.
As a general rule, unless exempted, a visa is required. To get information, prepare and submit your visa application or to follow up your visa application, connect to France-visas, the official visa website for France.
Thanks to its wizard, France-visas allows you to determine, depending on your situation, whether you need a visa and what type of visa you need. It will also indicate the supporting documents to be attached to the application and the applicable fee.
Once you have completed the online application, all you have to do is submit your documents to your visa center. France-visas will give you all the information you need to know who to contact and how to submit the application.
Family members of a citizen of EU Member States, EEA or Switzerland who wish to apply for a “family member of a citizen of the Union” residence card must contact the competent French prefecture to submit the residence card application within three months of their entry into French territory.
Visa required to go to France
Citizens of European Union countries, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, can travel to the United Kingdom without a visa, for short stays (up to 180 days). As of October 1, 2021, a valid passport, valid for the entire duration of the stay in the UK, will be required, except in the cases indicated in the official UK government guide.
Check well in advance at the UK consulate or embassy which documents (visas or permits) must be presented at the border by citizens of non-EU countries, whether or not they are family members of EU citizens.
British citizens may enter the European Union, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, without a visa for visits of up to 90 days, in any 180-day period. Days visiting Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Romania do not count towards the above 90 days. Required documentation:
The identification requirements for underage passengers may be different from those of an adult passenger. For this reason, we recommend that you check that you have all the necessary documentation and/or authorizations to fly.
The check-in time limit, unless otherwise specified (Lima: 90 min, Caracas: 120min), will be a minimum of 60 minutes prior to scheduled departure for intercontinental flights and 45 minutes for all domestic and European flights.
Requirements to enter France
The Organic Law 1/1996, of January 15, 1996, on the Legal Protection of Minors, partially amending the Civil Code and the Civil Procedure Law, stipulates that the actors who must adopt measures concerning minors must consider that their best interests shall prevail over any other legitimate interest that may be involved.
With this objective and with the purpose of guaranteeing that minors traveling outside the country have the authorization of the persons who hold their parental authority, it is unavoidable to demand specific requirements that establish the appropriate security measures that raise the standards of their comprehensive protection.
Instruction 10/2019, of July 9, of the Secretary of State for Security, which regulates the procedure for granting permission to travel outside the national territory for minors, (effective from September 1, 2019) sets the way to carry out this action by the State Security Forces and Corps.