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If my « titre de séjour » is lost or stolen, go to the « commissariat de police » or the « gendarmerie » of the place where it has been lost or stolen. Then, go to the « préfecture » with the documents the police or « gendarmerie » gave you to get a new...

Go to visa The « récipissé » is the temporary document that allows you to stay in France while waiting for your « real » carte de séjour. This document is usually valid for three months, you can renew it. In theory with this « récipissé » you can't work,...

When you go to the préfecture, go to the « accueil » and explain you come for a « carte de séjour » : « Bonjour, je viens faire une demande de carte de séjour ». They will give you the forms to fill in or tell you which « bureau » or « guichet » you must...

Go to : http://www.interieur.gouv.fr/sections/a_l_interieur/les_prefectures/votre_prefecture On the homepage of this site, you have two choices : « Entrez le numéro du département recherché » or « Cliquez sur un département » Or you know your department...

It depends on which one you will apply for. “ la carte de séjour temporaire” : one year maximum, renewable. la carte de séjour "compétences et talents" : three years, renewable “ la carte de résident” : ten years, renewable la carte de séjour "retraité"...

Once you're in France with your long term visa, if you want to live or study in France for a longer time, there's one thing you have to do as soon as you arrive : go to the préfecture. You don't need to do this if you're a member of the European Community,...

At the French ambassy or consulate of your country. You can find its address on : http://www.expatries.org/annuaires/annuaires.htm Then click on : « Ambassades et consulats français à l’étranger »

If you want to stay between three and six months in France, you need a « visa de long séjour ». It's compulsory to hold it to be allowed to apply for a “carte de séjour temporaire” or “carte de séjour compétences et talents". You also need it if you want...

Depending on the country you're from, you might need a short term visa (visa touriste) to enter France. Check with the French ambassy or consulate of your country. To find the address of the French ambassy or consulate, go on this website : http://www.expatries.org/annuaires/annuaires.htm...

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