Israeli passport holders traveling to France from Israel have the right to enter France without authorization, and to stay in France without a visa for a period of less than 90 days, regardless of the purpose of the stay. In order to be allowed to board and enter France, they must comply with the conditions listed above.
WARNING : they will also have to comply with the conditions of exit and return to the Israeli territory set up by the Israeli authorities.
Foreign passport holders who are legal residents of Israel and who are subject to the visa requirement for entry into France must apply by e-mail and provide guarantees of a possibility of returning to Israel or to the country whose passport they hold.
Israeli passport holders and foreign passport holders (except UE) who are legal residents of Israel and who wish to stay in France for more than 90 days must apply for a long-stay visa, regardless of the reason for their stay in France.
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To find out if you need a visa, click here.
Go to our website France Visas. All types of applications are listed, whatever your situation (your age, your nationality, your job, your country of origin and your destination), your destination (Metropolitan France, Overseas Departments and Regions, Overseas Territories...) the reason or duration of your stay. All necessary documents will be indicated.
IMPORTANT : The originals of all documents are required, along with a copy and, if necessary, a translation.
Online, via the website France Visas. This site will allow you to :
print the pre-filled visa application form
consult the supporting documents to be attached to your file
make an appointment to submit your complete file to the Consulate General of France in Tel Aviv.
You must apply for a visa at least 1 month before your planned departure date to France.
In some cases, and depending on your nationality, the reason for your stay, the supporting documents provided and the verifications to be made with regard to your file, the deadlines may be longer.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to take all necessary precautions and to submit his or her application within a timeframe that allows for its examination. Any incomplete file will be refused and will delay the issuance of the visa.]
ALL APPLICANTS WITHOUT EXCEPTION must start their visa application on our website France Visas.
Your application will be processed in Paris. For this reason, all documents provided must be in French or English. Documents in other languages must be translated and the translation accompanied by the original document.
A list of translators is here for your information.
Payment is in shekel by credit card only, at the counter when you apply. These fees are non-refundable.
For a visa, the application fee is the equivalent in local currency of 80 euros for a short stay, 99 euros for a long stay. To check the exchange rate please click here.
Most of the questions you may have about visas are listed on the France Visas website. Consult for example this FAQ, the answer to your question is certainly there.
The visa service does not provide telephone answers. Should you need any information, email us.