France Working holiday Visa

The 12-month, multiple-entry France Working Holiday visa is a long-stay French visa that cannot be extended. It is given to citizens of the 13 nations who take part in the France vacation programme. The program's main goal is to provide young people from these nations with the opportunity to travel to France, experience its culture, history, and tourist attractions, and earn money in the process.

Documents you need before you apply for Working Holiday Visa France are listed below

  • Completed application for a French long-stay visa. The details you provide here should be accurate and truthful.
  • Two photos for the French visa. Two photographs should be included with the other documents that you submit. They must be taken in accordance with the France Visa Photo Requirements and be no more than three months old.
  • genuine passport Check your passport's validity and issue date before submitting an application. It must be current—issued no more than ten years ago—and be good for at least three months beyond the conclusion of your intended stay in France. To apply the visa sticker, the passport needs to have at least two vacant pages.
  • copies of previous visas Please give copies of all visas you have ever held, for any nation in the world.
  • evidence of French insurance transaction. You will need to show evidence of medical insurance coverage for any health issues you experience while in France.
  • evidence of lodging in France. Proof of your accommodations in France is another crucial document you must provide. At least one of the following forms needs to be filed, depending on the reason for your trip:
  • Reservations made at hotels or hostels for the destinations.
  • The individual who is hosting the visa applicant issues a "Attestation d'accueil" certificate, which the city hall stamps (for private visits)
  • If you plan to stay in a rented property, you must sign a rental agreement, or "bail de location," in France.
  • If you are the owner of a home or apartment in France, please provide a certificate of title.
  • a receipt for the visa fee.
  • Proof of inbound travel to France can be a confirmed ticket or a booking that has been paid in full.
  • A valid residence permit for the country you intend to leave after France is required as proof of departure from France. This proof can be a ticket or a confirmed reservation to your home country.
  • Means of Subsistence: You must demonstrate that you have the resources necessary to support yourself while travelling in France (equivalent 3270 euros as a minimum). This might be a bank statement demonstrating your financial resources or a letter of support from a sponsor promising to help you financially along with a bank statement demonstrating their resources.
  • a letter outlining your reasons for travelling to France, written in either French or English.
  • a letter outlining the applicant's criminal history from the local government in their place of origin.
  • a medical document issued by your native country's general practitioner.

Eligibility Working Holiday visa France

  • possess the necessary nationality.
  • be between the ages of 18 and 30.
  • If you're from Canada, you must be between the ages of 18 and 35.
  • Not have a dependent child travel with you to France.
  • You have never participated in the working holiday programme in France.
  • Have a return ticket and enough money with you to get by during your first few days.
  • Have a passport that is still valid when you plan to depart from France.
  • possess good health.
  • own a clean criminal record.