How to book an appointment [fr]

Booking the appointment

1. The appointment must be made for the person for whom the application is being made and he/she must attend the interview at the Consulate (except in the case of a child under 12, see relevant link)

2. A separate appointment must be made for each application you wish to make, for example, if you wish to apply for a passport and an identity card for yourself, you must make 2 appointments , and if you wish to apply for passports for your 3 children, you must make 3 appointments , etc.

3.When you book several appointments, you must use your family name followed by a different letter for each appointment, for example,
- 1st appointment: SMITH-A
- 2nd appointment: SMITH-B, etc.

Please remember:
  • Only those persons actually involved in an application and, where necessary, one accompanying person whose assistance is absolutely necessary to the applicant will be allowed entry to the Consulate.
  • You will need to pass through airport-type security before entering the Consulate. It is strictly forbidden to bring into the Consulate any item not allowed on an aircraft (knife, scissors, tools, etc.) or bulky packages.
  • ID (passport, identity card or UK driving licence) is required to enter the Consulate from the street.

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Appointments are mandatory for the following (first application or renewal):
Passport, ID card: click here
Etat civil (birth, marriage, death): click here
Scholarships: click here
Visa: click here

If you have any technical problems when booking your appointment(s) online, click here

Processing of personal data

Appointment bookings by email are personal. They are registered in a data base needed to manage the appointments timetable and process your application(s). This data base complies with the obligations laid down in amended Act No 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, data files and individual liberties. Link to the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL – Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés) Click here (in French).

Published on 12/11/2013

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