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For Enquiries regarding Government of India’s COVID-19 related advisories please refer What’s New section of the website and the following link :-

New Guidelines for International Arrivals (in supersession of all guidelines issued on the subject on and after 28th November 2021)

Further queries related to it as well as pending passport, OCI, Visa and consular services may be made on following emails:-mincons.paris@mea.gov.in and cons.paris@mea.gov.in ) and at following telephone numbers between 09:00AM to 05:30PM on working days.
0140 - 50 71 71

 

Queries related to consular services may also be made on following email ids:-

Passport Services:-Passport.paris@mea.gov.in,

 Visa Services :- visa.paris@mea.gov.in ,

OCI and Misc. Consular Services :-oci.paris@mea.gov.in,

Responses to email communication will be accorded higher priority.


Emergency contact number after office hours for Indian nationals who are in distress or who have lost their passport:-+33-648340063 (Note:- Please do not call emergency number for routine consular services queries )



Embassy of India

13-15 rue Alfred Dehodencq
75016 - Paris, France

Fax: 00 33 1 40 50 09 96

a. Telephone number between 09:00AM to 05:30PM on working days from Monday to Friday :-

Tel : +33 1 40 50 71 71 [Consular Information]
Tel : +33 1 40 50 70 70 
[General Information]

b. Emergency contact number for Indian national for Loss of Passport Cases, Indians in Distress and Corona-virus Queries :

Tel : +33 6 48 34 00 63



Working Hours

Embassy Working Hours: 0900 hrs to 1730 hrs
                                             Monday to Friday

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-Advisory on ban on use of satellite phones in India
- Restoration of Tourist Visa
- New Covid 19 Guidelines dated 21st November 2022 for International Arrivals

Further queries related to it as well as pending passport, OCI, Visa and consular services may be made on following emails:-mincons.paris@mea.gov.in and cons.paris@mea.gov.in ) and at following telephone numbers between 09:00AM to 05:30PM on working days.
0140 - 50 71 71
0140 - 50 70 70

Queries related to consular services may also be made on following email ids:-
Passport Services:-Passport.paris@mea.gov.in,
Visa Services :- visa.paris@mea.gov.in ,
OCI and Misc. Consular Services :-oci.paris@mea.gov.in,
Responses to email communication will be accorded higher priority.

Emergency contact number after office hours for Indian nationals who are in distress or who have lost their passport:-+33-648340063 (Note:- Please do not call emergency number for routine consular services queries )

1) Advisory
INDIAN NATIONALS IN FRANCE ARE CAUTIONED ABOUT FRAUDULENT / SPOOF TELEPHONE CALLS REFLECTING THE EMBASSY NUMBER WHERE THE CALLER EXTORTS MONEY ON THE PRETEXT OF SOLVING SOME NON-EXISTENT IMMIGRATION MATTER. PLEASE DO NOT ENGAGE WITH SUCH CALLERS AND DO NOT TRANSFER ANY MONEY.
2) Advisory
It has been observed on multiple occasions that the Indian passports have been used as an advertising platform by many unscrupulous travel agents, defacing the cover of the passport by pasting their agency/company's stickers. This is also in contravention of Government of India's guidelines in this regard. 2.

All passport holders are therefore requested to ensure that their passports are not defaced by the travel agents or any other person or establishment at any time.