Applying for Tourist Visa in France

crocopiecrocopie Luis Suarez No. 7 ✭✭✭
Sino nang nakasubok mag-apply? Totoo bang napakahirap makuha yung schengen visa sa kanila?


  • metropolitanmetropolitan the truth hurts, does it? ✭✭✭
    Applying for a Tourist Visa in France?
  • LimpBwiZitLimpBwiZit i know you want me ✭✭✭
    ^lolz. well, embassies and consulates are, by fiction of law, considered extensions of territories of foreign states, so technically, sa france ka pa rin nag-apply :lol:

    anyway, the consular attache of the french consulate in the philippines seems nice. although when i applied for a visa, i had with me a note verbale from my employer, which is an international organization, requesting that i be given a visa without cost and without delay, by virtue of some treaty provisions between my employer and the french gov't.

    i got the visa right there and then, as in, in less than an hour.

    about schengen, i think it's quite tough to get one nowadays coz nagiging strict na ang mga member states sa illegal immigrants. i think wala pa ring tatalo sa germany and austria sa pa-istriktuhan sa schengen visa.
  • mariadamsmariadams ✭✭
    Hello crocopie

    Makakakuha ka ng marami'ng tips dito:

    Schengen Visa Questions for touring Europe
  • crocopiecrocopie Luis Suarez No. 7 ✭✭✭
    Applying for a Tourist Visa in France?

    Hahaha, nadale ako dun a. Tourist Visa to France pala. Hehe.
  • damngorgeous17damngorgeous17 Member PExer
    Citizens of the Philippines must secure visas in order to be allowed to enter France. Personal appearance is required for Filipinos who wish to apply for either Short-stay or Long-stay visa whether for tourism, business, employment or study purposes.

    All Filipino visa applicants are strongly advised to make an appointment before filing their applications, and to do so at least 90 days before departing the Philippines for France. Wait times for obtaining visas can take up to 2 weeks or more during peak seasons and holidays.


    “The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.” – G. K. Chesterton

    Visa requirements to visit other country

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