What do I need to travel out of the country?
I have my passport and am a US citizen. If I wanted to go to France for instance, how long could I stay? What if I'd like to stay there for a few years? What would I need to do? A visa or greencard or something? Help!
Asked By: secretsandroses - 12/21/2008
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You could stay in France visa-free for up to 90 days. For any longer stay you need to apply for a visa at the closest French embassy or consulate in your country of residency (USA in your case... More
Answered By: t_maia2000 - 12/22/2008
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Go to the U.S. State Department and get a special visa after you give them the reason for wanting to have an extended stay...
Answered By: pootfart3 - 12/21/2008
As a U.S. citizen, you may use the site below and read under "entry Requirements" for any country you want to visit to see if you need a visa or not. if you wish to "live" in a foreign country. rather than just visit as a tourist for a short time, you will ALWAYS need to apply for a residence visa and prove you have... More
Answered By: Charlie - 12/21/2008
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