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Subject: travelling
I landed in Canada as a perm res. back in Nov 07 This summer I plan on travelling back to my home country of Tunisia for a visit. I was wondering if I was allowed to travel to France first without having to get a visitor visa. Please adise.
thanks in advance

[06-04-2008,21:02]
[***.206.78.16]
Asher
(in reply to: travelling)
as a Tunisian citizen, do you require a visa to vist France - if so, I believe the requirement still pertain to you now.


[06-04-2008,21:58]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: travelling)
you need a visa for france if you want to visit france /schengen area of europe. canadian residency makes no difference when looking at visa rules, its the citizenship that matters

seems like there are a lot of tunisians around. :-)

[07-04-2008,06:54]
[***.240.196.131]
the big burp
(in reply to: travelling)
All Schengen countries issue to the visitor a Schengen visa unless you applied for Resident permit(which is issued by their own language and still valid to travel other Schengen countries).
[08-04-2008,02:59]
[***.29.114.6]
Tariq
(in reply to: travelling)
Asher,
All responses above are correct, as a rule of thumb use your country of citizenship to inquire about travel restrictions.

[09-04-2008,13:48]
[***.242.242.2]
Raj

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