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French flag Embassy of France in Port-of-Spain

AmbassadorM. Michel TRINQUIER
AddressTatil Building
11 Maraval Road
PO Box 1242
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
Phonelocal: (868) 622.7446
international: +1.868.622.7446
Faxlocal: (868) 628.2632
international: +1.868.628.2632
Emailcad.port-d-espagne-amba@diplomatie.gouv.fr
Web sitehttp://www.ambafrance-tt.org

» Can I visit France without a visa?

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Nalini
Thu, 30 Apr 2015 19:28 EDT
Ha jus found this
NB: Citizens of Trinidad and Tobago do not require a visa for short stays – 90 days or less per six-month period – in the French Overseas Departments and Regions of Martinique and Guadeloupe effective December 18, 2009. However, travellers must still be able to produce documentary evidence of their motive of stay, accommodation, medical insurance, sufficient finances and return travel to an Immigration Officer at the border, if requested.
Nalini Ramnath
Thu, 30 Apr 2015 19:14 EDT
How do I go about applying
If I need a three day visa to visit Paris how do I apply for it and what's the cost and does the cost is same for children
Particia Saunders
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 05:45 EDT
Visa enquiries
Hi,
Am a British national living in London but my daughter is coming over from trinidad and tobago to visit me in June July am planning a three to Paris .
I read that National s would not be needing a visa to visit France can yo please enlighten and veryfiy.
With regards.
Mia
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 16:43 EDT
Hi I am a Trinidad and Tobago citizen studying in London. I would like to visit Paris in early July for about 3 days. I would like to know if I would require a Schengen Visa please and if so, when should I apply.
Jared
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 22:37 EDT
To: Daniel Sahadeo
The Schengen Visa system has not been abolished, and there were no plans to do so. You should apply as normal.
Daniel Sahadeo
Fri, 13 Mar 2015 11:29 EDT
Schengen Visa
I will be travelling in April 2015 through London and would like to visit Paris for 3 days from London and was told I have to apply for a Schengen Visa. However, I understand that the Schengen Visa should
have been abolished in January, 2015. Just wanted to know if it was abolished and what are the new requirements.
Pat Raymond
Thu, 26 Feb 2015 16:15 EST
Schengen Visa
Hello/Bonjour,

I am a Trinidad national residing in North Carolina (permanent resident- Green card) and would like to send in an application via fed ex for my daughter (also Trinidadian with perm resident status) to obtain a visa for Paris. She intends to travel there for a week during her summer vacation. She is 14 years of age and will be travelling with her Aunt and Uncle.

Is this possible by mail? How long is the process?

Best Regards
Claudia Angela Patterson
Thu, 26 Feb 2015 09:38 EST
VISA Information
I am due to visit London in August, 2015 and my cousin who lives there wishes to take me to France. I wants to know whether I need and VISA to go there
Visitor
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 08:16 EST
Schengen VISA
I wish to travel to Paris from London and was told I have to apply for a Schengen Visa. However, I understand that the Schengen Visa should have been abolished in January, 2015. Just wanted to know if it was abolished and what are the new requirements.
asmo ali
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 13:45 EDT
transit visitor
Quick question - if someone is travelling to TRINIDAD using france and martinique as airports to reach ,does this person NEED FRENCH VISA ? This person already obtain TT VISA , THANK YOU - LOOK FORWARD FOR SWIFT REPLY.

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