Changes in Procedures for OECS Member States Applying for Visas

photoThe French Consular Agency in Dominica is pleased to announce, that as of 12th August 2013, residents of the OECS Member States applying for a visa for less than 90 days at this embassy, will no longer be required to come in person for fingerprinting and interview.

Mr. Hervé Nizard, Honorary French Consul in Dominica, says persons who wish to travel for more than 90 days will have to contact the visa section.

Applications can be made in the following manner:

By Express mail (Fedex, DHL or Liat’s Quikpak): A complete file along with a bank draft payable to the French Embassy (the exact amount must be verified by calling the Embassy at: (1758) 455-6075).

By a representative: This person must present an authorization letter signed by the applicant and the complete file must be submitted to the visa section by appointment.

Please call the visa section at (1758) 455-6075 to schedule the appointment.

Please consult our website www.ambafrance-lc.org/Short-Stay-Visa for the requirements, as well as the application form.

In both cases, applicants must contact the visa section of the Embassy in order to obtain the correct administrative fee for the bank draft as this amount can fluctuate every 1st and 16th of the month.

These new procedures do not apply to persons residing in St-Lucia.

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