About this visa
6 Conditions to Meet When Applying for a Working Holiday Visa in France
Young travelers from the participating countries can enjoy living and traveling in France for up to one year with this working holiday visa.
Find out if you are eligible to apply for the visa below
EU countries are starting to reopen their borders to international travelers. However, before heading off to Europe be sure to double check with the country's Embassy or Consulate in your home country as the EU countries are not legally bound to follow this new EU recommendation.
France has made Working Holiday visa agreements with the following 14 participating countries:
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- South Korea
If you are a Citizen of France and are considering a Working Holiday experience in one of the participating countries above, contact the Embassy of the country in question for more information.
With this visa you can
This visa allows you to:
- Live in France for up to one year
- Visit other European countries within the Schengen Zone
- Work and study in France
- You must be aged between 18 and 30 years old (Both inclusive). If you are from Argentina, Australia and Canada the max. age is 35 years old.
- You must have a valid passport of one of the participating countries
- You must have enough fund for your travels (Money enough for a return ticket to your home country)
- You must have a travel insurance
- You must be in good health
Note: The visa conditions outlined above are subject to change without notice.
How to apply
Australian, Canadian and Colombian nationals may file their visa application with the visa centre of their choice.
Nationals of other countries, in contrast, must file their application with the visa centre empowered in their country of nationality
The immigration authority in France for processing Working Holiday visa's is France Visa Services.
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