Nationals of France can be issued visa on arrival from specific entry points. This rule applies to most other countries also.
Citizens of the following countries must apply for a visa beforehand:
Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan
A visa for 150 days can be issued by the Nepalese embassy in Paris. In order to get this entry permit, you will require the following documents:
a) A completed application form is the first document needed. You can grab a form by clicking here or visiting the Embassy in Paris.
b) A valid passport is also required. This document needs to have at least six months of time before it expires.
c) 1 color photograph is required. Make sure that it is a passport size image.
d) A bank statement that will be used as proof of your ability to pay for your stay in Nepal.
e) Return ticket
You can send in the forms by mail or in person. If you choose to send the application in by mail, make sure that you provide envelopes that are strong and will not tear. You should also include return envelopes that are already paid for so that the embassy can return your passports with visa.
If you plan on going to the embassy to deliver the paperwork, then please make sure that you only go during 10 AM to 1 PM on Monday to Friday.
Processing and costs
The visa will only take 1 day to process. If you have applied in person, you can go pick it up at the embassy after that time. If you sent in a mail application, then you will have to wait to receive it by post.
The fees for applications are as follows:
Multiple Entry visa for 15 days - Euro 25.00
Multiple Entry visa for 30 days - Euro 40.00
Multiple Entry visa for 90 dyas - Euro 100.00
You will either get your passport and visa in the mail, or can pick it up from the embassy based on how you applied.
b) 1 photograph
c) Bank statement
d) Return ticket