Welcome back! And happy Samedi! Over the last few…

Welcome back! And happy Samedi! Over the last few…

Welcome back! And happy Samedi! 🥳
Over the last few days, I have been sharing my secrets, tips, and tricks to build a French dossier. Why would you ever need one? 🧐 Check out yesterday’s post for the deets. 👍👍

PART THREE: How to Build a 🇫🇷French🇫🇷 Visa Dossier: THE SECTIONS

In your French dossier, you should have these primary sections with loads of supporting documents:

° Proof of Identity 🛂
° Proof of Income 💰
° Proof of Housing 🏠
° Proof of Insurance 💊

And then, you will need specific sections based on the dossier purpose, such as:

° Attestations 💌
° Work project submission with your CV, project proposal, and business plan 💃
° Consulate forms 🏛
° OFII forms 👮‍♀️

Each section has a cover letter explaining the documents within the unit. This tactic is critical as many of the French representatives reviewing your dossier are not familiar with foreign documents. In tomorrow’s post, I will explain a bit more about why this aspect of your dossier is crucial for the approval process.

Would you like to know what I include for each section I mentioned above? Perhaps you are interested in more detailed information on my visa dossier experience, tactics, and techniques? Head on up to the link in my bio to sign up. 👆👆👆

Bisous and big squeezy hugs 🤗 from France,

PLEASE NOTE: Currently, most visa types are on hold at the moment due to Covid restrictions. However, you can use this series to help prepare your dossier in advance when your category reopens. This post is strictly informative, educational, and my experiences only. Please contact the consulate for additional information or inquiries – I am not a professional.

Camera 📷 credit : @marie_and_lola


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