Work visa to France
Since 1992, Feod Group has provided full legal support for obtaining a residence permit in France through employment.
The company includes French lawyers.
Offices in Europe, USA and Ukraine.
Professional services for the preparation and maintenance of documents for obtaining a work visa to France, applying for all types of visas, as well as moving to other categories of stay, extending your stay and obtaining immigration status in France is one of the main areas of work of the international group of companies Feod Group. Both French lawyers and Ukrainian experts with many years of experience in this field take part in this process.
What you need to obtain a work visa to France
To apply for a work visa, the French employer must first apply to the Immigration and Integration Division (OFII) or the Directorate General for Entrepreneurship, Competition, Consumption, Work and Employment (DIRECCTE) and obtain permission to employ a foreigner. A French employer needs to declare a vacancy in the French employment service, and only when a worker from French or EU citizens who meets all the above requirements cannot be found for the specified position (qualifications), the employer can apply for a work permit for foreign worker.
Only after obtaining such permission you can apply for a visa at the Embassy / Visa Application Center of France. Before registering with the Embassy, you must make sure that the Visa Section has received the official CERFA application form.
Documents required for obtaining a work visa to France:
- A completed application for a long-term visa;
- Two photos;
- Work permit OFII or DIRECCTE;
- CV, Ukrainian labor book, copy of the last labor contract or certificate of employment;
- Foreign passport and copies of all pages (except for blank ones). Persons with multiple passports must submit them all at the time of applying for a visa;
- National passport with copies of all pages except blank;
- Agreement for the processing of personal data.
Work Visa – EU Blue Card
Another possibility is to receive the so-called EU Blue Card (Carte Bleue Européenne). It is intended for highly skilled workers.
An EU Blue Card may be issued to foreign nationals from countries outside the European Union if:
- they received higher education, lasting at least three years at a university recognized by the state in which it is located. As an alternative proof of qualification, at least five years of relevant work experience may be considered;
- have a work contract with a French employer with an annual salary of at least one and a half times the average (53.331 Euros). Such a contract must also be concluded for at least 12 months.
Employment visa in France and family members
An applicant applying for a long-term visa for employment purposes may be accompanied by his family members. They need to submit the same package of documents, as well as confirmation of family ties with the employee (marriage certificate, birth certificate with apostille and translation).
Please note that the above lists of documents are generalized and do not take into account the specifics of each applicant. To provide a personalized list of documents, we suggest you sign up for a consultation with our experts.
Assistance in obtaining a work visa to France
Thanks to the joint work of French lawyers and Ukrainian specialists, our clients receive comprehensive services in the process of obtaining visas and immigration status. Thus, we assist in the preparation and proper execution of documents, both from the French employer and the personal documents of the client.
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.
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