The consular section issues visas to foreigners wishing to visit France.
It also deals with all questions related to French Citizens, including marriage.
The Consular section is composed of :
Mireille BORNE, consul
Isabelle LALLIER, consular officer
Sabina Gauchan, visa officer
Rashna Maharjan, receptionnist.
Location, working hours and contacts : use this link ----
For general information about visas :http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/co...
Schengen visa application form and long stay visa form :
WARNING : The French Embassy issues visas for FRANCE, SPAIN, ITALY, PORTUGAL, SLOVENIA
This notice will inform you about the Schengen visa issuing process and which embassy you should apply to
Travelers may obtain a Schengen visa at the following foreign missions:
The French Embassy
If your main destination (according to the purpose of the journey, the length of stay, or the first country of entrance) is in France, Portugal, Spain, Italy or Slovenia.
Tel # 4412 332, 4413 839
Fax # 4419 968
If the main destination (according to the purpose of the journey and length of stay) is in Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria or Hungary:
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Tel # 4412 786, 4416 527
Fax # 4416 899
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
If the main destination (according to the purpose of the journey and length of stay) is in Finland:
Embassy of Finland
Tel # 4416636, 4417221
Fax # 4416703
If the main destination (according to the purpose of the journey and length of stay) is in Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Estonia, Sweden:
The Royal Danish Embassy
Tel # 4413010
Fax # 4411409
The visa fee is paid in nepalese rupees. It is the equivalent of the chancery rates in Euro:
|A: Airport transit visa||60|
|B: Short stay visa||60|
|C: Long stay visa||99|
Paying more than the official visa fee would be abnormal and may lead you to an illicit situation. Please contact us if such an incident occurs.