Embassy of France
P. O. Box 7212 / Kampala
Tel. (256) (414) 304 500
Fax. (256) (414) 304 520
E-mail : email@example.com
The visa section is open to the public as follows:
By appontment strictly:
Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM.
Applicants for visas are received on appointment made online only.
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Appointments are made online only. Please click here.
In the absence of available slots before the scheduled departure date, thank you for not making appointments online. If this is the case, thank you for contacting by e-mail the Visa Section of the Embassy.
Attention: Please note that applicants for family reunion are required to make a separate appointment. In this case, the visa section should be contacted by email or telephone and an appointment will be arranged as soon as possible.
Please note that the visa office will be closed on the following public holidays:
- January 1 : New Year
- January 26 : Liberation Day
- April 3 : Good Friday
- April 6 : Easter Monday
- May 1st : Workers’ Day
- May 25 : Pentecost
- June 3 : Martys Day
- October 9 : Independence Day
- November 11 : Armistice 1918
- December 25 : Christmas Day
The payment of the visa fee is received in ugandan shillings only.
The visa fee may vary according to the chancellery exchange rate valid at the time of the payment.
- Children under 6 years: Free
- Children between 6 and 12 years: 35 Euros
- Adults 12 years and above: 60 Euros
- 99 Euros, regardless of age
The fees paid during the visa application are not refundable.
Please click here to learn more about the process of obtaining a visa.
Please note that issuance of visas takes a period of 15 working days. This period may be longer (3 weeks) for certain categories of applicants.
Visa applicants need a valid passport whose date of expiry must be beyond at least 3 months from the date of expiry of the visa requested. For non Ugandans resident in the country, the expiry of your residence permit must exceed at least six months of the date of expiry of the visa requested.
The list of documents required for the application depends on the type of visa requested.
Note again that visa applicants must make an appointment, online, for an interview with the visa officer.
When crossing a border point, an immigration officer may ask you to submit documents in relation to your stay in France, and a guarantee of return to your country of residence.
- Metropolitan France and overseas Departments and Territories.
- Greece, Spain, Portugal (only transit visas and short stay);
- Burkina Faso, Togo (visa valid for up to 2 days), Mauritania, Gabon, Djibouti, Cote d’Ivoire and the Central African Republic (only short-term visas).
As from April 1st, 2014, the Embassy of France in Uganda is no longer authorised to issue visas to Senegal.
Whoever needs to travel to Senegal should therefore log on the website www.visasenegal.sn, apply on line and travel to Senegal with the temporary visa which will be directly provided to him once the registration is done. This authorisation will allow the applicant to travel and to obtain his visa when arriving at the Senegal’s borders.