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French Visa from Dubai

France, located at the heart of the Schengen area, is celebrated for its magnificent landscapes and profound cultural heritage. The allure of its renowned landmarks in Paris, the peaceful vineyards of Bordeaux, and the golden shores of the Riviera offer travellers a spectrum of unforgettable adventures.

In 2019 alone, France received over 89 million tourists. France’s rich culture, manifested in institutions like the Louvre that showcase globally acclaimed artworks, combined with the undeniable charm of its cuisine and diverse natural beauty, has made it the world’s most visited country.

The Visa Services Company is your trusted ally in ensuring a hassle-free French visa application in Dubai. With our expertise, travellers can anticipate a seamless journey to explore France’s marvels. Embark on your French journey with confidence and ease, and experience the wonders that have captivated millions.

Understanding French Visa Requirements

We specialize in assisting clients with acquiring a French visit visa from Dubai. This visa allows for a stay of up to 90 days within any given 180-day period. Whether you’re looking to travel for tourism, business, visit relatives or friends, or attend cultural and sports events in France, we’re here to guide you through the process with expertise and efficiency.

The validity length of a French Schengen visa can vary and depends on the issuing consulate’s discretion. They assess the visa’s duration based on the purpose of the visit, travel itinerary, and the applicant’s personal circumstances.

However, it’s crucial to note that regardless of the visa’s validity length, one cannot stay in the Schengen area for more than 90 days within any 180-day period unless specified otherwise. Always follow the exact dates of validity and the number of entries allowed on your visa sticker.

French Tourist Visa Requirements

  • UAE Residency: Applicants must be residents of the UAE to be eligible to apply.
  • Passport Validity: The applicant’s passport must remain valid for a minimum of 3 months following the intended departure date from the Schengen area.
  • UAE Residence Permit: The residence permit of the UAE should also be valid for at least 3 months after the intended departure date from the Schengen area.

Documents to apply for a French visit visa from Dubai:

  • Passport
  • Residence visa
  • Previous Schengen visa copy (if applicable)
  • 2 photos with white background 3.5×4.5 cm (not older than 6 months)
  • Travel insurance
  • NOC letter from the employer with salary, position, and contract length information. If you are an owner of a company – a copy of the company trade licence
  • Original bank statements for the past 3-6 months, depending on each individual case.

French Visit Visa Application Process and Timeline


The fee covers the comprehensive suite of services provided by our company to facilitate your visa application


Document Submission

Provide essential documents including your passport, UAE residence visa, and the questionnaire. Any additional documents or information may be requested by your assigned case manager

Arranging Appointment

We will arrange and inform you about the upcoming French visa appointment date


Visa Centre Visit

Attend the scheduled appointment at the Visa Centre. Ensure you bring all the required documents for submission that we prepared for you

Awaiting Decision

The visa processing will take approximately 14 working days


The Visa Services is dedicated to simplifying your visa application process, ensuring it is smooth and stress-free. Whether it’s a standard application or an Urgent visa to France, our team of experts is here to guide and support you every step of the way. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please, contact us today and embark on your next adventure with peace of mind.


Q: Can I work in France with a tourist visa?

A: No, a tourist visa does not permit employment. If you wish to work in France, you need to apply for a work visa or a permit depending on the nature and duration of your employment.

Q: What happens if my stay in France or the Schengen Area exceeds 90 days?

A: If you wish to stay longer than 90 days, you will need a long-stay visa or a residence permit. Overstaying without the appropriate visa or permit can result in fines, deportation, or bans from re-entering the Schengen Area in the future.

Q: Is there a specific time to catch sales while shopping in France?

A: Yes, there are two main sales (soldes) periods in France: one in winter (starting in January) and one in summer (starting in June). They last several weeks and offer significant discounts.

Q: What’s a lesser-known but must-visit natural spot in France?

The Camargue, a vast wetland in the Rhône delta, is home to unique wildlife like pink flamingos, wild horses, and black bulls.

Q: Is there a recommended wine region other than Bordeaux or Burgundy?

A: The Loire Valley, often referred to as the “Garden of France,” offers a rich diversity of wines and stunning châteaux. It’s less crowded and offers a genuine experience.

Q: I’ve heard France has more time zones than any other country. Is this true?

A: Indeed, due to its overseas territories spread around the globe, France technically spans 12 different time zones – the most of any country.

Q: What is France’s most ancient city?

Marseille is France’s oldest city, founded by Greek sailors around 600 BC

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