Any driver`s license legally issued in Canada is valid in France for 12 months from the date the VLS-TS is validated. If a Canadian citizen wishes to remain in France beyond this 12-month period, he must exchange his driver`s licence within 12 months of arriving in France if an agreement exists between France and the Canadian province that issued the licence (a list is available on the following website: www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F1460). They may exchange their French licence for a Canadian licence after their return to Canada, subject to regulations in the Canadian province. Only citizens between the ages of 18 and 30 (35 years for Canada) of countries with which France has a bilateral agreement are entitled to a work visa. These countries are: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, Taiwan, Uruguay. For more information on the required documents, please see the following links: ca.ambafrance.org/ExperienceFranceFr – france-visas.gouv.fr/web/ca/dispositions-locales Canadian citizens n.Https://france-visas.gouv.fr/web/ca/Canadian local provisions residing abroad can apply for a long-term visa at any French consulate for the issuance of visas, in accordance with the mobility agreement. The application must be launched on the website of France Visas (france-visas.gouv.fr/). Depending on where you live, your application must then be submitted: young Canadians who wish to do an internship as part of their studies or training. The terms of the internship must be determined by a tripartite internship agreement between the institution of origin in Canada, the host institution in France and the student. The working holiday visa allows you to stay in France for a year as a tourist while you work. It is granted for a maximum of 12 months and is not renewable, with the exception of Canada, which has a specific agreement.
have not received this visa or any other visa in the youth mobility agreement in the past (young professional development, exchange between universities, applied professional placement); Young professionals, trainees and students must have their visa validated online within three months of their arrival in France on the following website: administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/ There is an official website for visa applicants in France: france-visas.gouv.fr/ If you have a travel document for refugees issued by a country with a youth mobility agreement with Canada, you are not allowed to participate. An acknowledgement is then sent with an appointment for a medical visit, a condition for a long-stay visa valid as a residence permit (VLS-TS). You can download the visa application kits – Young Professional Development (3A Visa), Inter-University (3B Visa), Practical Stage (Visa 3C), Work Holiday Visa (Visa 3D) – from the website of the France-Canada-France Youth Mobility Agreement at the French Embassy in Canada.