Visitor Long-Term Visa to France
Since 1992, Feod Group has been providing professional assistance at all stages of obtaining a long-term visitor visa to France
The company includes French lawyers.
Offices in Europe, USA and Ukraine.
A visitor’s long-term visa to France, as well as obtaining a temporary and permanent residence permit, as well as transitions to other categories of stay in France, are among the services that the Feod Group has professionally provided to its clients since 1992. Both French lawyers and Ukrainian specialists who have many years of experience in this field take part in the process of preparing documents and further support.
Who can receive a residence permit in France as a visitor
This type of visa is intended for applicants: wealthy people, pensioners (independent foreigners) who wish to stay in France for more than 90 days.
This type of visa does not provide for the opportunity to study or work. Therefore, a prerequisite for obtaining this visa is the availability of sufficient savings and personal independent income (dividends, royalties, passive income, etc.).
As a visitor, a residence permit is initially issued for a period of up to 12 months and does not require a separate residence permit. However, the visa holder is also required to register with the French Immigration and Integration Service (OFII) upon arrival.
|Minimum Month Income||+||from 1,800 € for the main applicant
+ from 270 € for the second adult
+ from 180 € for any minor child
|Bank account opened in French Bank||+||from 15, 600 € on the bank account in French Bank|
|Real Estate in France||+||Lease (for the term of 12 months) or Buying|
Children aged up to 18;
Parents on the full maintenance of the Applicant
|Residence Permit Term||+||1 year and is every time prolonged for the same term after 5 years of residence – the Permanent Residence|
|Citizenship of France||+||After 10 years of Residence|
|Permanent Resident Permit||—||No obligatory requirements|
|Pecularities||No obligatory requirements but there is a common rule: 9 м2 per 1 person.|
|Obtaining Term||4 months|
Documents required to obtain a long-term visitor visa to France
Below are the documents the submission of which is necessary for applying for this type of visa:
- A completed application for a long-term visa;
- Two photos;
- Foreign passport and copies of all pages except the blank ones. Persons with multiple passports are obliged to submit them all at the time of applying for a visa;
- National passport with copies of all pages except blank ones;
- Documents that confirm the availability of housing in France: a lease or documents of ownership of housing;
- Birth certificate (with apostille and translation);
- Certificate of good conduct (with apostille and translation);
- Documents on financial resources:
- evidence of financial resources for the running year (bank accounts, rental income, etc.);
- documents of the ownership of movable and immovable property (investment portfolio, etc.);
- A written commitment not to engage in professional activities in France;
- Health insurance policy;
- Motivation letter.
Difficulties in obtaining a long-term visitor visa
Please note that this list of documents is generalized and does not take into account the specifics of each applicant.
To provide a personalized list of documents, we suggest you to sign up for a consultation with our experts.
Assistance in obtaining a long-term visitor visa to France
Feod Group provides its clients with professional assistance at all stages of obtaining a long-term visa to France, a residence permit and extension of immigration status, obtaining citizenship. With our specialists, the process of obtaining a long-term visa to France takes place with the maximum financial and legal protection of the client, each step of which will be balanced and thought out. The specialists of our company have vast experience working with even the most difficult visa cases.
For the initial analysis of your request, Feod Group recommends to obtain a professional advice from European immigration lawyers, where you will receive detailed information about the immigration law of France.
To arrange a meeting, call us at:
+38 044 383 90 30
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Our e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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