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Member # 66
|Posted January 02, 2002 11:45 AM |
I am working in UK on Work permit Visa. My work permit is valid for next 4 years. My employer has offince in France(Paris) too. They want to send me paris office on regular basis but most of the duration I will work in UK.
So Which type of French Visa I require? and what is the procedure for that visa stamp.
Thanks for your help in advance.
Member # 1563
|Posted January 16, 2002 04:29 PM |
You can apply for a Schengen Visa which is valid for all the Schengen states (all major european nations). All u need is a letter from your employer. You will be issued with a 6 Months or 1 Year multiple entry visa, which you can use to go anywhere in Europe (including Denmark, Norway and Sweden).
Member # 5
|Posted January 21, 2002 05:46 PM |
You are under no circumstances allowed to "work" on a Schengen visa. You could apply for this type of visa but it would restrict you to business meetings, consultations, negotiations, etc. in France and you would not be allowed to work on any client site in France. If you were to be seconded to France for a project, then your employer would need to apply for a detache work permit for you.
Please let me know if we can assist you and/or your employer with this process.
Elfa Kere, Consultant
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