Short-term visa, or visa de court Sejour: The short-term French work visa can authorize training assignments for up to 90 days. This visa does not allow for an extension of stay, so be sure to obtain an alternative visa if it’s possible that the employee will need to stay in France for a longer time period.
Long-stay visa, or visa de long Sejour: This visa is the one most of your employees are likely to need. It authorizes citizens of foreign countries to live and work in France for periods longer than three months.
Corporate executive visa: To stay and work in France, corporate executives will need this type of visa.
Intra-group transferee card: This visa applies to employees who are working in a group of companies and assigned to a French subsidiary.
EU Blue Card: This type of visa allows highly qualified individuals from third-world countries to enter, live in, and work in France.
The required documents for obtaining a work visa vary depending on each employee’s country of residence.
This is a general and cursory list of criteria. RK OVERSEAS’ experienced consultants will review your requirement and provide you with a detailed list to maximize hit rate.