Street 13, Plot 11, Block 12 Amarat, KHARTUM
The visa section of the Embassy of France is located in the Consular Department.
Opening hours for the public : from Sunday to Thursday from 9:00 to 12:00 for filing applications and 12:15 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. for withdrawals of records.
Demands must be received through appointments only. Any request by phone and e-mail will not be accepted. Applicants choose the appropriate date and time via Internet
Appointments are taken individually. For example, a family consisting of three persons has to take three separated appointments. Unjustified absence from the fixed date may lead to rejection of the visa in the next appointment.
According to authorities of Consulates General of each country, applications of the Schengen visa must be submitted to the Embassy France if it is the main destination, even if the first entry to the Schengen area is not France.
Necessary procedures :
1 / Required documents
2/ File processing
3/ Couldn’t you set an appointment ?
4/ Visa fees
Application fees for short-stay visa are 60 euros and 99 euros for long stay (per person). Application fees for OFPRA (French Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons) and OFII (French Office for Migration and Integration) : 99 euros per person. It is payable upon approval of the file. Only local currency is accepted (Sudanese Pounds), according to the rate of chancery. Payment is made when the mandatory fingerprint is taken. Please bring banknotes of (5) pounds and of one metal pound to have exact change.
5/ What type of passport do you have ?
6/ What type of passport do you want ?
A holder of a visa issued by a Schengen State can move freely within the Schengen area unless otherwise indicated on the visa. The Schengen States include Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Sweden and Switzerland.
The Embassy of France handles visa applications by representation for Portugal.
Documents submitted in a language other than French must be translated by Translation Unit/ University of Khartoum, at applicant’s expense.
Applications sent by mail are not accepted.
Application forms for visas are free
Travel Insurance is mandatory. Please consult the list of insurance providers dealing with Schengen Embassies : Click here
7/ The Visa Information System
For notice related to the informations about VIS, Click here
8/ What is your special case ? (List of required documents)
9/ Long stay visa (more than 90 days)
Published in July 2014