French Polynesia

Questions & Answers about French Polynesia Visa

❓ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for French Polynesia visa

  • A valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining
  • A confirmed return or onward ticket
  • Proof of sufficient funds to cover your stay in French Polynesia
  • Proof of accommodation for your stay
  • A completed application form
  • Two recent passport-sized photos
  • Travel insurance that covers medical expenses and repatriation
  • Proof of yellow fever vaccination, if applicable
  • Proof of any necessary visas for onward travel

  • A valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining
  • A return or onward ticket
  • Proof of sufficient funds for your stay
  • Proof of accommodation arrangements
  • A completed immigration form

  • The maximum stay on a tourist visa in French Polynesia is 90 days
  • After 90 days, you must leave the country
  • There is no option to extend the tourist visa

Extension of visa in French Polynesia
  • Visas in French Polynesia can be extended.
  • You need to apply for an extension at the High Commission of the French Republic (Haut-commissariat de la RΓ©publique franΓ§aise) in French Polynesia.
  • Extensions are subject to approval by the French authorities.
  • You must apply for an extension before your current visa expires.
  • It is recommended to apply for an extension at least 1-2 weeks before your visa expiry date.
  • You will need to provide necessary documents and complete the required application forms.
  • Documents required may include your passport, visa application form, proof of financial means, travel itinerary, and any other supporting documents.
  • The decision to grant an extension is at the discretion of the French authorities.
  • Extensions are generally granted for a specific period of time, depending on the circumstances and the type of visa you hold.
  • It is advisable to consult with the High Commission of the French Republic in French Polynesia for specific information and guidance regarding visa extension procedures.

  • Yes, there is a visa fee for French Polynesia.