France Visa Application Process for Nigerians 2020 Full Details

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France Visa Application Process for Nigerians 2020 Full Details.

France Visa Application Process – France, bordered by 6 countries, is one of the largest countries on the continent of Europe. The country has near-perfect scenery, little wonder it is the most popular tourist destination in the world. Paris is the capital of France. The official language is French, but English is the major immigrant language.

France Visa Application Process

As a Nigerian, if you are looking for an application guide for France Visa, worry no more. This article will give you information on how you will go about your France visa application in Nigeria. Read on!

France Visa Types

There are several types of France (Schengen) visas and they can be categorized according to reasons or purposes of travel as well as the length of stay. The following are types of  France (Schengen) visas according to reasons or purposes of travel:

1. Airport Transit Visa:

The airport transit visa is issued to persons that have flight stops at France airport, and are going to be on another flight from the same airport. Throughout the waiting period, leaving the airport is not allowed.

2. Transit Visa:

The transit visa is issued to persons traveling from one country to another country and you have to pass through the territory of the Republic of France. Issued for one transit, or exceptionally for several transits. The duration of each transit case should not exceed five days.

3. Family Friend Visit Visa:

Family Friend visit visa is issued to persons traveling to France to visit friends or relatives.a group passport. The visa has a validity of 30 days. Applicants for this visa need to provide invitation letters from their sponsors in France.

4. Business Visa:

France business visa is issued to persons who want to attend or conduct business activities, meetings, symposiums, trade fairs, or training in France. The long-stay visas include Study visas, Family Stay visas, Employment visas, Marriage visas, Medical visas, and Re-entry visas.

Apart from these other reasons or purposes for travel include medical reasons, study purposes, tourism, and cultural sports and film crews.

Requirements for France Visa

  • A valid Nigerian passport – at least 6 months validity
  • Duly filled and signed France Visa application form
  • A letter of invitation from sponsor
  • An official letter from employer addressed to the France Consulate with proof of wages (for employment visa applicants)
  • An original letter from the applicant’s institution addressed to the France Consulate confirming status/attendance and duration of the course studies.
  • A confirmation of the applicant’s hotel reservation
  • Copies of the applicant’s bank statement for the past 3 months.
  • Visa Application fee.
  • Travel visa insurance
  • Proof of accommodation

Applicants below the age of 18 years must provide the following documents:

  • A copy of the birth certificate
  • A consent letter from Parents
  • Passport copy of the parent. A letter of consent is to be provided, otherwise a National identity card.

There are two major categories of France visas and they include the Short stay and the Long stay visa. The duration of the short visa is 3 months. Any stay that would exceed 3 months would be classified as a Long stay.

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France Visa Fee

This fee does not include a visa service charge. Visa service costs between 80 USD to 275 USD, that is, about 30,000 Naira to 100,000 Naira on the average.

How to Apply for a France Visa

You will be matched with an experienced consultant that will guide you through your Nigerian visa process. This is to save time and energy. Click below to apply for your preferred visa:

We charge an N950 fee (less than $3) to match you with a consultant. Note that we do not help people get jobs abroad nor provide work permits or residency visa if you do not have a job abroad. Read on to see the visa that is best for you.

Address and Location of the French Embassy in Nigeria

France Embassy, Abuja:

Address37, Udi Hills Street, Off Aso Drive. Maitama – Abuja
Telephone:+234-0805 949 97 86, +234-0803 958 75 47
Email: [email protected]

France Visa Application center in Lagos:

Address: Block 94, Plot 23, Providence  Street, Lekki-Epe Expressway. Lekki Scheme 1, Lagos

How to Collect a France Visa

The passport can be collected by the applicant or can be sent to the applicant through a courier service. If an applicant wants his passport sent through a courier service, he/she would have to specify during application.

I believe that this article has hugely helped you to undergo your France visa application process. If you have completed your application, You can begin bag-packing today. Do have a safe trip to France. au revoir!

CSN Team.

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