embassies in france


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Embassies

Officially, embassies can’t do anything to help individuals abroad except in certain particular cases (political interaction, for example), but they can offer assistance:

§  in the event of death

§  in the event of illness or serious accident

§  in the case of an arrest of detention

§  for victims of violence

§  and repatriation (especially in the case of armed conflict)


Australia      
4 rue Jean-Rey, 75724 Paris.
Tel: 01 40 59 33 00.
www.france.embassy.gov.au.
info.paris@dfat.gov.au (General questions)
consular.paris@dfat.gov.au (Consulaire and passport questions)

Canada          
35 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris.
Tel: 01 44 43 29 00.
www.france.gc.ca.
paris-consulaire@international.gc.ca

Eire    
12 ave Foch, 75116 Paris.
Tel: 01 44 17 67 00.
www.embassyofireland.fr.

New Zealand
103, rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris.
Tel: 01-45 01 43 43.
www.nzembassy.com/france.
embassy.nz.fr@gmail.com

South Africa 
59 quai d’Orsay, 75343 Paris
Tel: 01 53 59 23 23.
www.afriquesud.net.
info.paris@dirco.gov.za

UK     
35 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, 75383 Paris.
Tel: 01 44 44 51 31 00.
www.gov.uk/world/france.
France.Enquiries@fco.gov.uk

USA   
2 avenue Gabriel, 75008 Paris.
Tel: 01 43 12 22 22.
http://france.usembassy.gov.


Consulates

The consulate is a representation of a country’s administration in a foreign state. Its actions concern not only its own citizens and nationals, but also residents or those transiting the country.

The main functions of a consulate are:

§  the establishment of official documents and their renewal

§  managing the civil state

§  informing its citizens

§  assistance and financial aid for nationals according to and depending on their situation

§  support for citizens who are arrested or in gaol


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