A permanent resident of Canada who is the spouse of a French citizen wishes to live in France with his or her spouse. Is a visa required ?
Yes, since August 2006, a foreigner married to a French national who wishes to live in France with his or her spouse must apply for a long-stay visa (see “Visa to settle in France for the spouse of a French person”) To contact visa service, click here. Attention : Information requests already dealt with on our Web site will not be answered.
- If I am married to an American citizen or lawful permanent resident, when should the immediate relative immigrant visa petition (1-130) be filed?
- How do I apply for a waiver based on exceptional hardship to my American citizen or permanent resident spouse or child?
- Can my spouse come into the U.S. with a tourist visa and remain while applying for a permanent resident?