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 91 
 on: March 13, 2018, 08:00:24 pm 
Started by KKCA - Last post by KKCA
Hi All,

Need your help. I am a Filipina and my boyfriend is Maltese. We are planning for go for Civil Marriage here in Malta. My authenticated documents are yet to arrive in Malta and my visa is about to expire on May 5, 2018. Will there be any problem since my documents are not yet complete to register for a civil marriage before my visa gets expired?

 92 
 on: March 12, 2018, 08:44:25 am 
Started by Emanuel manu - Last post by Emanuel manu
Hello there,
                 I received a lot of questions about French Tourist Visa Application to France. I would like to share some tips and requirements for a valid schengen visa application to France. I hope it helps.

Tourist or Private visit
The type of visa required depends both on the duration and purpose of your stay in France:

1)Stay not exceeding 3 months
Your situation- You want to visit France for under 3 months for tourism reasons without engaging in any professional activity during your stay.
Your visa- After checking whether your nationality requires a visa, you must then apply for a short-stay visa (uniform Schengen visa or national visa depending on your destination i.e. in France’s European or non-European territory).
Your supporting documentation-This will be indicated in the visa wizard and will depend on your country of residence and on your nationality. The purpose is to check whether you have financial resources (cash, travellers’ cheques, international bank cards, etc.) sufficient for the duration of your planned stay and your return to your country of origin.

2)Visa for medical care
Your situation- You need to consult a doctor or specialised clinic, receive treatment in a hospital or receive aftercare.
Your visa- The visa issued to you for medical care reasons is a short-stay visa and does not exclude a private stay or tourism. The cost of any medical care you receive in France will not be covered by the French health insurance system.
Your supporting documentation- In addition to the general documentation usually required for any short-stay visa, you will also be asked to provide specific supporting documentation. It will be examined in strict respect of medical confidentiality.

3) Stay exceeding 3 months
Your situation- You want to visit France for private reasons, for a period exceeding 3 months without engaging in any professional activity during your stay.
Your visa- You must apply for a long-stay “visiteur” (visitor) visa. The procedures will vary depending on the length of your proposed stay:

4) For stays of between 4 and 6 months, you will be issued a temporary long-stay visa that may not be extended;
 5)For stays of between 4 and 12 months, you will be issued a long-stay visa equivalent to a residence permit. This visa is subject to a validation procedure following your arrival in France.

Your supporting documentation- This will be indicated in the visa wizard and will differ depending on your country of residence or on your nationality. You must prove information about your socio-economic situation (leave, retirement, etc.), your resources, your accommodation and your medical cover in France. You must also formally agree not to engage in any professional activity during your stay in France.

REQUIREMENTS FOR A FRENCH VISA APPLICATION IS AS FOLLOWS:

Important: The Passport should remain valid for the next six months from the date of Travel.
20 years old passports are not accepted by Schengen Consulate

Mandatory Documents Required:
Please provide all the documents with one XEROX copies on A4 size Paper only

1) Passport (Original)
2) Application forms for each Consulate duly signed by each passengers
3) 04 Photographs Each (04 Photographs as per  Schengen Visa specification)
4) Passenger Covering letter duly signed by the head of family traveling, addressed to each Consulate in Business letter head (If not businessmen then Personal Letter head)
5) Income Tax returns (SARAL) for the last three years photocopies.
6) Bank Statements for the Last six months with bank manager seal and sign both savings and Current account with minimum balance of the tour Cost (Original)
7) Fixed Deposits / NSC / Chit / Mutual fund
Cool Copy of the Property documents (in English) or Property valuation certificate (Valuated by Chartered Engineer) or Sale deed (In English)
   
1.   Businessman:

a) Registration Certificate of the Company
b) Memorandum of Association
c) Partnership Deed (If Partner)
d) Balance sheet of the Company
e) Income Tax returns (SARAL) for the last three years.  Assessment year: 2010 - 2011; 2010 -2009, 2009-08  (Original)
f)  Bank Statements for the Last six months both savings and Current account with minimum balance of the tour Cost. (Original)

2.   Govt Employees / Private Concern Employees:

a) Appointment order
b) NOC from the organization
c) Leave letter from the organization mentioning the Purpose of Leave
d) Pay Slip for the Past six months

3.   Honeymoon Couple: (If Husband name is not endorsed in wife's passport)

a) Marriage Certificate (If not then - NOC from Bride's Parents in Rs.20 Stamp paper duly attested by the Notary Public with the ID proof with the Signature)
b)  Marriage photographs 10 -15 photos
c)  Wedding Invitation from both side (2 set)
d)  In case Parents have expired Death Certificate is required.

4.   Student:

a) Leave Letter and Bonafide Certificate
b) ID card
c) Parents Undertaking letter for below 18 years child
d) Birth certificate (photocopy)

5.   Wife / Child Below 18 Years, traveling alone without Husband / Father:

a) NOC from Husband / Parents in Rs.20 stamp paper duly attested by Notary Public.
b) Passport Copy of the Parents (If Child travels without parents).
c) In case Parents have expired Death Certificate is required.

6.   Retired:

a) Retirement order.
b) Pension papers.

If someone sponsoring:
1) Income Tax returns (SARAL) for the last three years.  Assessment year: 2010 - 2011; 2010 -2009, 2009-08  (Original)
2) Bank Statements for the past six months both savings and Current account with minimum balance of the tour Cost. (Original)
3) Fixed Deposits / NSC
4) Property Valuation Certificate / Property documents (English) – Valuated by Chartered Engineer
5) Charted Accountant / Auditor Net worth certificate
6) Share Certificates / LIC Policies
7) Sponsorship letter
Cool Employment proof (Registration Certificate of the Company, Memorandum of Association, Partnership Deed (If Partner))
9) ID Proof with the signature of the Sponsor (valid -  Pan card / Driving licence / Passport copy)



NOTE:  Schengen consulate may be asked to come for a personal interview. Also note that, the requirements sometimes change. Please do not fall for illegal travel agencies. Always get professional help or get in touch with the organization who is in charge for french tourist visa application in India. I HOPE THIS HELPS AND GOOD LUCK!!! Smiley



 93 
 on: March 12, 2018, 07:56:38 am 
Started by C - Last post by Emanuel manu
Hello Crista,
                   It will be better to go for an appeal rather than re-submission for the third time. I can understand your issue. It is really strange how the things work in French embassy. In case of french visa rejection letter, they provide a letter with 1 to 10 reasons. One of those or more than one will be checked in to prove that those are the reasons that they think to reject the visa application. But what happens is, most of the times they check a column saying "not reliable" and we will not have a clue or hint what went wrong? Its really crazy. If your friend's application have rejected twice without a reason, it is better to go for an appeal rather than going for a third time application. Another strange thing is, we dont have an email to contact or number to call in the rejection letter. Only thing available is an address and in fact we might feel like we are taking a risk of sending an appeal to a postal address that we are not sure whether they will accept it etc. But thats the only option. Prepare an appeal letter, attach your proofs to prove that why you should be allowed to travel to france and send it to the given address. Most of the time its takes more than 60 days to get a reply. But that is the chance that you can take rather than applying for the third time, because you never know what went wrong or what to add etc. All the best Crista and I hope that your friend gets the visa and soon you both meet. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. God Bless!!!

 94 
 on: January 27, 2018, 01:33:40 am 
Started by Dave - Last post by Dave
Help

 95 
 on: January 19, 2018, 11:34:59 pm 
Started by nauman - Last post by nauman
Hi guys,
I need to ask your suggestions. I am from Pakistan and studying in France. I applied for my wife visa and got rejection stating financial resources are not sufficient. I did not submit all my resources thinking its enough. Should i appeal now with some additional financial proves? how much time it takes for appeal. or should we submit new application.

Regards

 96 
 on: January 19, 2018, 11:33:41 pm 
Started by El.b - Last post by nauman
Hi guys,
I need to ask your suggestions. I am from Pakistan and studying in France. I applied for my wife visa and got rejection stating financial resources are not sufficient. I did not submit all my resources thinking I have submitted enough. Should i appeal now with some additional financial proves? how much time it takes for appeal. or should we submit new application.

Regards

 97 
 on: January 17, 2018, 06:19:41 pm 
Started by swat - Last post by swat
I entered Schengen September 24, 2017 and left November 21, 2017 (58 days). I will remain outside of the Schengen area for 90+ days but want to re-enter before the 180 period is over and stay 60 days. In other words, I want to re-enter on February 23, 2018 (94 days OUT of Schengen). This means I am still at 152 days of the 180 day period. Do I need to wait for the 180 period to close before I can stay ~90 days again? Or is staying out of the Schengen for 90+ enough to reset? Thanks

 98 
 on: January 15, 2018, 05:14:11 pm 
Started by Arceno - Last post by Arceno
Thank you for the reply and for that information. May i know also if after marrying him will the immigration officer still run after me?

 99 
 on: January 15, 2018, 05:05:05 pm 
Started by Arceno - Last post by porsche
Since you have already ovestayed 30 days, your safest option is to marry your boyfriend.

 100 
 on: January 15, 2018, 05:03:38 pm 
Started by katia_USA - Last post by bugibar
It works a bit differently. The 180 days time frame in the 90/180 rule is a rolling 180 window. You have to look back 180 days, at any time of your stay, and make sure you do not exceed 90 days within this period. See here for a sample 90/180 rule calculation. Hope it helps.

I overstayed by Schengen visa?? HOW??? HELP!
http://www.maxi-pedia.com/forum/index.php?topic=562.msg1838#msg1838

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