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Due to Good Friday and Easter Monday, TLScontact Center will be closed on Friday April 3rd and Monday 6th 2015

In accordance to European regulations which concern all the Schengen Countries that Personal Appearance of every applicant is mandatory when submitting a visa application at TLScontact or at the Embassy of France to collect the biometric data (photos and finger prints). The data will be kept in the << Visa Information System VIS >> for 5 years, and it’s reachable and accessible by all the members of Schengen Countries. The following internet website can be visited for further information and FAQ concerning the protection of registered biometric data at VIS: http://ec.europa.eu/vis

If your fingerprints and photograph were previously collected for the purpose of applying for a Schengen visa within the previous 59 months and a visa with the mention "VIS" has been granted, then a new fingerprints collection won’t be needed for your next visa application.

If your fingerprints and photograph have not been previously collected, your personal appearance is mandatory.

If your fingerprints and photograph have been previously collected and no Schengen visa has been granted, then your fingerprints and photograph must be collected once more.

Should the previously collected fingerprints and photo prove to be of insufficient quality, the applicant will be informed by TLScontact and requested to submit new biometric data.

Should the previously collected biometric data exceed 59 months, you will be obliged to present yourself once again in order to re-do the biometric fingerprints and photograph.

From the 16th of August 2014 onwards, holders of Indonesian diplomatic passports and of Indonesian service passports are exempted of visa for visits in France (except DROM/CTOM and Monaco) totaling no more than 30 days for a 180 days period.

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