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French flag Consulate-General of France in Pondicherry

Address2, Marine Street
605001 Pondicherry
Phonelocal: (0413) 223.1000
international: +91.413.223.1000
Faxlocal: (0413) 223.1001
international: +91.413.223.1001
Web sitehttp://ambafrance-in.org/-Pondichery,1501-

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C.kichenamourty advocate/translator francophone
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 06:39 EDT
To The official concerned
If the Consulate general is not operating this website, may the public know who is operating it. Yours sincerely
C,Kichenamourty, Advocate/translastor francophone,
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 21:44 EDT
"This web site is not operated by the Consulate-General and your comments and questions will not necessarily be seen by its staff." So, please contact directly the concerned visa global service or french consulate. Yours sincerely
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 03:10 EDT
short stay schengen visa
Dear Sir,

My parents have applied for short stay schengen visa at your embassy 15 days back . I understand that a decision will be taken on visa issuance by maximum 15 days as mentioned in the vfs website . How early can they excpect the passports Sir?
Tue, 25 Aug 2015 09:05 EDT
Article 22-1
Modifié, en vigueur du 30 décembre 1999 au 1er juillet 2006
Loi n°99-1141 du 29 décembre 1999 - art. 3 () JORF 30 décembre 1999
L'enfant mineur, légitime, naturel, ou ayant fait l'objet d'une adoption plénière, dont l'un des deux parents acquiert la nationalité française, devient français de plein droit s'il a la même résidence habituelle que ce parent ou s'il réside alternativement avec ce parent dans le cas de séparation ou divorce.
Les dispositions du présent article ne sont applicables à l'enfant d'une personne qui acquiert la nationalité française par décision de l'autorité publique ou par déclaration de nationalité que si son nom est mentionné dans le décret ou dans la déclaration.
i have a doubt in this?
my father was minor during 1962 whereas my grandfather stayed in pondicherry ,is my father available for nationality with this french law.Thanks.
C,Kichenamourty, Advocate/translastor francophone,
Tue, 25 Aug 2015 03:14 EDT
In the limited space of this site it is not possible to discuss your personal matter without hearing and examination of your papers, I am advocate specialized in french law and french nastionality, You are welcome to my office. It is opposite to Dr. Nallam clinic, Pondicherry, Yours sincerely
Tue, 25 Aug 2015 02:40 EDT
French nationality from grandfather served in the french army
Dear Sir/Mam,
My grandfather served the french army during the second world war and got pension from the french government till his death ,my father is yet to receive nationality and i have all the original documents of my grandfather.Please guide me on how to attain french nationality and where to find new nationality laws for the foreigners who served the french army.
S.Kichenamourty advocate/traducteur francophone
Sat, 22 Aug 2015 04:39 EDT
antony, Pondy
I advise you to ask directly the consular etat civil thro' e-mail. Yours sincerely,
Sat, 22 Aug 2015 02:43 EDT
Dear sir
My mother is a french national by her birth she married an indian and not maintained the records properly. She recently obtained her french nationality through the tribunal d'instance.She has registered her marriage certificate and her children birth certificate at the etat civil and also obtained carte consulaire.How long does it take to get the registerd certificates and livret de famille from the consulate .Kindly explain sir
Wed, 19 Aug 2015 07:23 EDT
FRENCH Candidates required for Job (A2 level)

We require French speaking candidates (freshers also)for SITEL in Chennai. This is BPO Non Voice process and night shift job. Anyone interested please call 8940002141

C.kichenamourty advocate/translator francophone
Wed, 12 Aug 2015 19:39 EDT
If you have a french passport and regular working contract you can go to France and work. If you are an Indian, you apply for french visa and go to France, Then you try to get long stay card for employment purpose Nowadays unemployment is at a higher level in Hrance. yours sincerely

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