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Is France high or low risk?


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Old 05-24-2011, 08:19 PM
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Is France high or low risk?

Hey,
Just wondering... i notice that low risk is said to be ETA eligible.. but France and a bunch of other european countries are now classified under this evisitor thingy.. i applied for a prospective marriage visa for my french partner on the 10th Feb 2011.. and i am stressing out with how long it's taking..
Any advice?
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Old 05-30-2011, 10:06 PM
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Hey,
Just wondering... i notice that low risk is said to be ETA eligible.. but France and a bunch of other european countries are now classified under this evisitor thingy.. i applied for a prospective marriage visa for my french partner on the 10th Feb 2011.. and i am stressing out with how long it's taking..
Any advice?
Love Sally
I have the same problem. All the countries that belong to the European Union seem to be elligible to get the eVisitor visa, but they are still not in the same basket as Canada or the USA (ETA) so according to what they say, France and Poland ( where i come from) are high risk countries, which is ridiculous.


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Old 05-31-2011, 12:03 AM
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france is low risk

however, if you have french citizenship but were born in a high risk country then you might not be processed as a low risk applicant.

i believe poland is not classified as low risk, even though it is a member of the EU.


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i applied for my husband to come.. ive been waiting for a year now.. i dont know wheather lebanon is HR or LR? hope u all have happiness in ur applications..


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