Visa Request

Published on by Camille Blambert - updated on

Obtaining a visa for visiting the Paris International Agricultural Show

Request your letter

Visa applications

All foreign nationals (from outside the European Union) wishing to enter France, even for professional reasons, must be able to present border officials with regulatory evidence of the reason for their trip, proof of their ability to support themselves, as well as their accommodation arrangements.

As a general rule, you will require a visa to enter the country, unless you benefit from an exemption. You need to request the visa before you leave from the French embassy or consulate in your country of residence.

Letter to help you apply for a visa

The International Agriculture Show supports your request and facilitates formalities by sending you a letter which will help you obtain a visa. This letter should be presented to the French embassy in your country.

Request the letter

Your letter will be sent to the email address supplied in the form as soon as possible. Print out the letter, attach it to your VISA application and present it to the French embassy in your country of residence.

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You can contact us via the following email address: [email protected]

You can contact us at : +331 86 76 68 68 

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