Right of residence in France
Right of residence in France has to be requested in the home country then registrated upon arrival in France.
European Union Citizen
Visa are not mandatory in the EU for european citizens.
Non-European Union Citizen
There are 2 categories of visas :
- short-stay visa ( < or = 90 days)
- long-stay visa ( > 90 days)
If a student is staying longer than 90 days, one of these 2 long-stay visas will be provided to him/her :
- Visa Long Séjour Valant Titre de Séjour (VLS-TS) : the student has to validate his visa on administration-etrangers-en-france.interieur.gouv.fr/particuliers/#/
- Other long-stay visas mentionning "carte de séjour à solliciter" : the student has to apply for a residence permit on the same website.
The Incoming Mobility team of INSA Lyon Registrar’s Office helps students with procedures upon their arrival.
Documents to bring to France
- Valid national identity card or passeport
- Birth certificate and its translation into French if necessary *
- European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)
Valid passport containing a long-stay visa (obtained at the Embassy or Consulate of France in home country)
Birth certificate and its translation into French if necessary *
* Translation : Some official documents have to be translated before submition to French administration. They can either be translated in the home country (to the French Embassy or Consulate of France in home country) or upon arrival to iNSA Lyon with the Incoming Mobility team's help. Documents have to be translated by a sworn translator.
INSA Lyon Registrar's Office is available to answer your questions at : email@example.com