The Keys to France Approach

Step 1

Once a 30 minute consultation is booked, you will receive a questionnaire  in order to maximise the call and cater it specifically to your situation.

Step 2

If pleased with your first consultation, schedule an hour consultation to begin your immigration process. 

Step 3

Keys to France will guide you through the entire process with additional hour consultations and services as needed.  

30-Minute First-Timer Consultation

A 30 minute call catered to your French immigration needs.

This call includes:

  • A pre-call questionnaire in order to maximise the call.

  • A post-call email recap including next steps, translated visa checklists and any resources mentioned on the call.


Immigration Appointment

This is a one time fee to come to a French immigration appointment with you. This includes translation throughout the entire appointment for non-French speakers. 


1 hour Consultation

This is for clients that have gone through the 30-minute consultation and are continuing with Keys to France. This call includes:

  • A pre-call questionnaire for you to provide your questions and concerns to be discussed in the call

  • A post-call email recap including next steps and any resources mentioned on the call.


Immigration Contact

This is a one time fee to call or write any letters or emails to French immigration for you. This includes translation throughout the entire process for non-French speakers. 


Full File Preperation

A full file (dossier) preparation includes a start to finish experience with Keys to France doing the majority of the work in order to insure your French visa.

This package includes:

  • 2 1-hour calls

  • Checklist of required documents

  • Paperwork preparation(printing/scanning)

  • Obtaining visa appointment

  • Translation at appointment + calls and emails to immigration if needed 

  • Additional services will be an additional cost


Obtain Appointment

This is a one time fee to monitor the préfecture website and obtain a visa appointment for the earliest date possible.