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AmbassadorMme Michèle SAUTERAUD
AddressNelson Mandela Drive
Vigie
GPO Private Box 937
Castries
Saint Lucia (WI)
Saint Lucia
Phonelocal: (758) 455.6060
international: +1.758.455.6060
Faxlocal: (758) 455.6056
international: +1.758.455.6056
Emailfrenchembassy@candw.lc
Web sitehttp://www.ambafrance-lc.org/

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French Embassy in St Lucia
Thu, 13 Nov 2014 11:42 EST
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All questions, comments and complaints should therefore be forwarded to the following email address : frenchembassy@candw.lc
Novia
Wed, 8 Oct 2014 07:53 EDT
st lucian traveling to france
I am st Lucian with a st Lucian passport and I want to travel to France for 10days , do I need a visa?? And since I have been refused entry in the UK will be granted entry in france? Since it is also in Europe
Rebacca
Fri, 29 Aug 2014 12:25 EDT
Service is horrible!
This Embassy is the worst, most unprofessional and rude service ever. You all should be ashamed of yourself, since you are representatives of your country you just further reinforce the stereo type that French people are rude, impatient and condescending. If you're on lunch don't answer the phone, especially if you are not prepared to answer a simple question as to what your email is and the make it worst while trying to explain that the email address on the website is not working you found it fit to hang up. As a professional I am so dissapointed and feel extremely bad for all the hard working people who have to fly to St. Lucia to see your pathetic embassy just to get a visa.
Shermain
Sat, 28 Jun 2014 09:41 EDT
Obtaining a French passport
I was born in French St.Martin but left when I was a toddler and was raised entirely in st.kitts. For years I have been trying to obtain my french passport but it appears to be an uphill battle. How can I obtain my french passport? What process do i have to go through?
fran
Thu, 19 Jun 2014 00:30 EDT
passport stolen
my passport was stolen in st martin how can i obtain a new one what must i do
Diana Williams
Wed, 11 Jun 2014 07:54 EDT
Studying in a French territory
Hello and good morning. I'm interested in pursuing tertiary level education in Martinique and I'm aware that one must be able to speak French before they're able to begin their study. I would like to know if I will be able to take French speaking and comprehension classes in Martinique instead of taking them here in Saint Lucia. I will be more comfortable in the environment where I intend to study. If possible how soon will I be able to begin these classes? I would like to begin immediately. Please respond as soon as possible. Do have a blessed day!
leah Solomon
Sun, 4 May 2014 09:07 EDT
certified for marriage
I live in France and went to get marry how can i do?
akim james
Thu, 1 May 2014 12:10 EDT
i wanted to no if with a contract in requared a visa
jacqueline pascal Eugen
Mon, 21 Apr 2014 17:01 EDT
birth certificate and pass port
I was born in Guadeloupe but is now married and is living in saint Vincent and the Grenadines and need a birth certificate and a visor,what are the documents needed and how do I obtain such connection in regard in getting them.
Miss Villmaure
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 07:00 EDT
Important question
Hi! I recently found out that my dad is french and his name is on my birth certificate. I was born in St. Lucia and I'm already 23 years old. Am I eligible to apply for a passport or any sort of stay in Martinique?

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