Immigration to Martinique

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Perhaps what I write below will seem stupid or naive to you, but I beg to answer my question seriously.
I have long dreamed of going to live in Martinique. The more I learned about her, the more I wanted to realize my dream). Now I have the opportunity to leave. But I am quite far from all the legal subtleties associated with obtaining a residence permit, etc. I would like to hear an answer (or advice) from knowledgeable people.
I the citizen of Russia, the passport, estesstvenno are. What are my next steps?
Do not say anguish: “We do not drink. & quot ;,
But with thanks: “Drank!”
Well, well, I’ll ask the question directly.
On the Internet, I found the conditions for obtaining a visa for Martinique (prada, I’m not sure if they are relevant). One of the conditions was: the availability of tickets there and back. Those. take only one way it does not work out? So I just lose the cost of one ticket. Or on arrival, it will be possible to hand over one unnecessary?)
Another question – what to do with a visa? As far as I understand, the first time I will be given a visa for a month (or am I wrong?). By the truth of the action, where can I go to continue and will this not be a problem? Because I will have a tourist visa.
Do not say anguish: “We do not drink. & quot ;,
But with thanks: “Drank!”
That you want to go to Martinique is possible, I admit.
But who is waiting for you there, sorry, as a Russian citizen with his passport?
To you, no one will give a residence permit just like that.
To stay, you need a completely different visa – a long-term visa, and for it is completely different grounds than for tourism. So the opportunity will appear not so much with the availability of money, but with the appearance of the grounds for obtaining such a visa – a working contract, marriage with Fr. a citizen of Martinique, for example.
In this region there are other countries with the possibility to go there with the status of rentiers.
There must be sun behind the clouds, everything will be fine!
In this region there are other countries with the possibility to go there with the status of rentiers.
There must be sun behind the clouds, everything will be fine!
Well, well, I’ll ask the question directly.
On the Internet, I found the conditions for obtaining a visa for Martinique (prada, I’m not sure if they are relevant). One of the conditions was: the availability of tickets there and back. Those. take only one way it does not work out? So I just lose the cost of one ticket. Or on arrival, it will be possible to hand over one unnecessary?)
Another question – what to do with a visa? As far as I understand, the first time I will be given a visa for a month (or am I wrong?). By the truth of the action, where can I go to continue and will this not be a problem? Because I will have a tourist visa.
This status is called rentier in Russian, and in Spanish .
This status is called rentier in Russian, and in Spanish .
There must be sun behind the clouds, everything will be fine!
Well, well, I’ll ask the question directly.
On the Internet, I found the conditions for obtaining a visa for Martinique (prada, I’m not sure if they are relevant). One of the conditions was: the availability of tickets there and back. Those. take only one way it does not work out? So I just lose the cost of one ticket. Or on arrival, it will be possible to hand over one unnecessary?)
Another question – what to do with a visa? As far as I understand, the first time I will be given a visa for a month (or am I wrong?). By the truth of the action, where can I go to continue and will this not be a problem? Because I will have a tourist visa.


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