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I have an Indian friend whose wife is coming to do her management studies in France. They have a baby daughter of 2yrs.
Now the problem is that they have the valid passport for the baby daughter, however, when they applied for her visa, it got cancelled (for first time) and then they tried tourism (didn't work either, second time cancelled).
I wanted to help them but I have no idea how to help them. Is there a way to get the baby with her mother?
Whom to contact in this regard? Any help will be highly appreciable.

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    Reapplying for tourism is visa fraud. – Loren Pechtel Sep 7 '17 at 1:27
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    I don't understand the question at all. You say they have a visa, but then you say they applied for a visa, and then you say it was cancelled. If you can tell us exactly what they have, what they applied for, and what response they received from the consulate to their applications, that would be a good start. – Zach Lipton Sep 7 '17 at 2:10
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    Maybe this question should be moved to expatriates.stackexchange ? – audionuma Sep 7 '17 at 5:59
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    "tried tourism" doesnt seem a smart strategy to me – Caterpillaraoz Sep 7 '17 at 7:53
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    What was wrong with the edit? The rollback makes it worse again. What is a visa cancellation when the visa was never issued? – Hanky Panky Sep 7 '17 at 13:29
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I wanted to help them but I have no idea how to help them

  1. Find out the reasons for the refusals. They will very likely have been given specific reasons. If they have the refusal on paper you can publish it in a question on this website after redacting (blacking out) the personal information.

  2. Encourage them not to try randomly choosing types of visa in the hope they'll get lucky. To the officials that just looks like deliberate deception. It is the sort of behaviour that can lead to very detrimental consequences.

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