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Dan Holmqvist
Mon, 23 Apr 2012 03:29 EDT
About getting visa
My name is Dan Holmqvist and I am a Norwegian citizen with Norwegian passport and I was also born here in Norway for almost 56 years ago. My question to you is that is it possible for my Ukrainian wife to get a tourist visa for going to France because we want very much to have our honey moon in the lovely Paris, we are planing on being there for 2 - 3 weeks, after that she will return to Ukraine. I will personally guaranty for that because I get my pension from Norway every month and I also have my money in a Norwegian bank and also renting an apartment here in Norway. Now she is waiting for getting visa for going to Norway. We was married in Ukraine in Nov. 2011. She has a new international passport from 2011. Can she get this visa for going to France via the embassy here in Norway or it must be in France embassy in Kiev? And how much do it cost for getting visa for going to France? Or is it free? We are planing on going to France in like August this year, if its possible to get this visa. Thank you for all your help. Or is it not good to get a tourist visa for going to a Schengen country while she is waiting for getting visa for going to Norway? With best regards Dan Holmqvist My e-mail is:
Sat, 7 Jan 2012 21:05 EST
guide pour coup d'europe 2012 en ukraine
un tres bon guis qui c'est les villes de ukraine parle français ,arabe,englais
Tue, 25 Oct 2011 16:44 EDT
Hello,am a born citizen of Nigeria,but married to a ukraine lady with a resident permit of Ukraine,with 2 kids. am planing to take my wife and my last child to go for tourist visit in france. what are my chances of securing the visa for myself and my family.i will be glad to get a reply as soon as possible thanks.
rashid ammar jamal
Wed, 31 Aug 2011 17:19 EDT
for the embassy .. i want to ask about the visa of france .. am student in ukraine .. and i want to get france visa to go to france in new year to see my father because am originally from iraq and i can't see him in iraq because the safety situation in iraq and war .. so please can you help me to see my father in new year and we have vacation in new year .. and my father is merchant and have two year registeration in france( visa for two years ) .. so i will be faithful if you look to my case
Mon, 25 Jul 2011 06:55 EDT
visa requirement
please i need to know the requirement for a tourist visa, when to apply considering my intention to travel for xmas this year. pls reply as soon as possible.... my email address is - you
Sun, 29 May 2011 21:24 EDT
overnight stay in Paris to get connecting flight to US
If a Ukrainian citizen holding a valid US tourist Visa needs to overnight at a hotel in Paris to get the connecting flight to the USA the next day, what kind of French Visa is required and how to get it? Thanks!
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Wed, 22 Dec 2010 08:08 EST
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Mizanur Rahman
Tue, 5 Jan 2010 01:40 EST
Respected sir/ madam,

I want to give u a serious information about two Bangladesh national. They are right now in Ukrain and they will apply for France visa very soon. But forsure they will stay in France illigally if they are considered for the visa. They have visited THailand/ Malaysia/ Lao PDR/ India and Nepal recently. They paid 15 thousand dollars to a human trafficer for going to France.
thier name is as follows



They will use a strong invitation and sponsor from France but they are going to be illigal alliens in Frnace if they are allowed to go to FRANCE.

norman hughes
Sat, 27 Jun 2009 05:07 EDT
shared history
I am now a resident of Sevastopol and retired here in 2002

The French Monument built to remember their considerable losses during the Crimea War and opened in 2004 on the site of the old French cemetery is a fitting tribute.

It then makes it fair to comment that the Alliances and codes of honour are now carried forward as a 'Shared History' between all the past combatents of that particular conflict.

Which brings me to the British Monument at Cathcart Hill which is a disgrace to all concerned.

I have been waging a campaign to improve the condition of the British Monument by either moving, or some other option, and I have been fairly successful in achieving this aim during my nine year's of efforts.

However I have now reached stalement with the British and the Sevastopol autorities entrenched in their own versions of an answer. Neither of which is appropriate.

I am now planning my next stage of the campaign and would ask for your guidance and support in this issue.

Yours Aye Norry Hughes Sevastopol

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