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France is one of the 26 countries participating in the Schengen Agreement, so having a French visa means you can travel throughout the entire Schengen area. So, is such a powerful visa difficult to obtain? How to prepare application?

1. Is it difficult to get a French visa?

It is difficult to confirm whether applying for a one-country visa is difficult or easy because it depends on many factors such as the policy of the host country, the political situation, or the applicant's preparation, etc. However, in general, France is often chosen as the easiest country to apply for a visa because of its open-door policy to attract tourists.

Therefore, you can apply for a family visit visa, a business visa or a French tourist visa depending on your purpose easily.

2. What does a French visa application include?

You need to prepare the following basic documents when applying for a French visa:

  • ID card.
  • Registration book.
  • Registration of marriage.
  • Minimum savings book 200 million or more / 1 person.
  • Personal account statement for the last 3-6 months.
  • Red book of real estate (if any).
  • 2 photos 3.5 x 4.5 white background (full ears, hair, big face).
  • Original passport (minimum 6 months validity) and old passports (if any).
  • Provide the phone number of the visa applicant.

Regarding documents proving professional status:

If you are a business owner, you need:

  • Business Registration.
  • The most recent 3 months or 1 quarter VAT declaration.

If you are an employee, you should:

  • Labor contract or decision on appointment of position.
  • Salary slip for the last 3 months.
  • Application for leave.

If retired, need:

  • Retirement book/Retirement decision/Retirement card.
  • Retirement table of the last 3 months.

If you are a child under 18 years of age, you should:

  • Birth certificate.
  • Certificate of being a student of the school/Student ID card.
  • Application for leave.
  • The consent of the father or mother to accompany the mother or father (in case both parents do not accompany the child).

Applying for a French visa for the purpose of visiting relatives needs to add:

  • Invitation letter (scanned copy  if it is a self-written invitation, the original if it is an invitation to apply through the Department of Foreigners).
  • Passport and residence card of the inviter.
  • Proof of the inviter's accommodation and finances.
  • Prove the relationship between the two parties.

Applying for a French visa for work purposes requires additional preparation:

  • Job invitation letter.
  • Proof of commercial or professional relationship: contracts, invoices, etc.
  • Access cards to fairs, conferences, documents confirming business activities, work orders, etc.

To apply for a French visa for tourism purposes, you need to add a travel schedule.

2. Should I apply for a French visa myself?

Although it is considered as one of the easiest countries to apply for a Schengen visa, not everyone who applies for a French visa is successful, because:

  • Prepare missing documents, have to add or be denied.
  • Unable to regularly update new regulations on visas, do not understand the law.
  • Confused when having to explain to officials about their records.

Therefore, you should choose a reputable French visa application service to avoid the above troubles. Understanding this, EZ Holding would like to provide professional and high quality French visa application services. Coming to EZ, you will get:

  • Professional staff to advise and give the most effective solution.
  • The visa application rate is up to 99% if the application meets all the requirements.
  • No need to go back and forth many times to add documents and records.
  • There are no costs during the visa application period.
  • Commitment to absolute confidentiality of all customer information.

Contact us immediately for detailed and completely free advice on France visa service!