Submit your application at a visa centre for France, in Mauritius

Any person residing in Mauritius, or in Seychelles must apply for their visa through the French Consular section of the French Embassy in  Mauritius by making an appointment. Visa applications submitted are examined by the consular section of the French Embassy; which is only authorised to make decisions about visas.

To make an appointment and find information about the visa application centres, please check the "Whom should I contact ?" section.

For specific situations (holders of diplomatic or service passports, …), please check the "Particular situations" section.




Caution: Cerfa form in draft

The day of your appointment you must imperatively present your CERFA in final paper version. It must not have the word "DRAFT".

If your CERFA has the mention "DRAFT", this means that your application is not finalized on France-Visas and will therefore be refused on the day of filing.

Beware of fraudulent sites

Visa applicants are advised to be cautious in all dealings with companies that claim to offer assistance in obtaining French visas.

The day of your appointment:

Attention, the day of your appointment you must print and come with your receipt. In case of absence of a document present on your receipt, your visa application can be refused.