France Immigration
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Europe is the second smallest continent and home to the world’s largest church, St. Peter’s Basilica. The Louvre is Europe's most visited tourist attraction.

France, officially known as the French Republic, is a Western European country on the rise. France has the most significant economic zone in the world because of its numerous coastal areas. Compared to other countries, France ranks highly in education, health care, life expectancy, and human development. It continues to be a significant contributor to world affairs as well.

Apart from the strategic geographic location of France, the country is a founding and active member of the European Union. The country performs well in most areas when considered for living. Similarly, France is a global economic power with the seventh-largest economy and a higher GDP.

In the 2018 census, France had around 9 million immigrants, which accounted for 14% of the total population. In 2018, France was the most attractive location for innovation investment in Europe, with 144 R&D facilities. According to the 2019 EY Attractiveness Survey, France is improving and fulfilling its crucial role in the European R&D and innovation economy.

Apart from these, France is a well-desired destination for immigrants, making it a top country for tourists, business investors, and skilled people. The following are immigration programs in France.

The business travel permit is provided to individuals who are traveling to France to attend or participate in:

A short-stay visa is issued under this situation. The validity of this visa includes the Schengen Area or French European territory. The duration of this stay is under 90 days.

Furthermore, supporting documents are needed to apply for this visa.

The permit is further provided to employees operating outside the European Economic Area if the employer asks the employee to fulfill the employment agreement by completing a specific duration in a French company.

Proper supporting documents are needed to apply for the process.

Applicants who intend to visit their family members without settling permanently can be granted a family-purpose visa. Applicants who intend to reunite with their families can apply for this visa.
Depending on the applicant’s nationality, the evaluation of family relationships, the length of stay, the purpose of the visit, and the supporting documents, the kind of visa may vary. The visa can be applied for applicants who are:

The Global Mobility Department of Direct U.S. Immigration facilitates ambitious foreign nationals to immigrate to France. Whether you want to start your business in France, reunite with your family, or want to immigrate as a skilled worker, we deliver expert supervision and application procedures in all areas.


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