#30onlyappliesif you arerelyingon family (or someone else) living in Franceforfinancialsupport
Signed,OriginalU.S.Passport +2Copies(Wedo need your actual passport)
Your U.S. Passport must (1) be valid until at least June 18, 2016, (2) have been issued in 2005 or later, and (3) include at least 2 blank pages (more if you plan to travel!)
TheFrenchConsulaterequiresallnon-U.S.citizens*toappearin person.The St. John’s University Office of Global Studiescan stillassist you withyour French visa applicationandwalkyouthroughtheprocess,butthe Office of Global Studiescan’tsubmit the application foryou.Pleaserefer to the Independent Visa Guide on the Accepted Students Site for more details, andcontactthe Office of Global Studiestorequestrequireddocuments orforanyquestions.
PassportPhoto (You needtwo,recent (within the last 6 months),front-facing, color photos with a whitebackground. Size: 1.5”squarephoto. These two photos do nothavetomatch the photo on your passport). Please noteyou cannotbesmiling (and your lips must be closed), you cannot have your hair covering your eyes, you cannot be wearing glasses, a scarf, or a hat or other head covering inthese photos. (Please contact the Office of Global Studies if you wear a head covering for religious reasons.)
You canobtaina voucherfor FREEpassport/visaphotosifyouparticipatein anyof theOffice of Global StudiesPre-DepartureActivitiesfromApril 12-18,2015
Details here: www.stjohns.edu/goingabroad
Student ID CardCopy(Ifyou bring your card toour office,we’llmakethecopy!)
FlightItineraryorReservation*(Printoutthecomplete,round-trip itinerary – it’softena PDF). In placeof an itinerary,youmayalso providea handwrittenand legiblestatementindicating yourintended dateof departure for France, aswellasa formal commitment nottodepart beforethatdate. Be sure to include your name, U.S. Passport number, signature and date of signature on this letter.