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I have a permanent resident card of Canada and I do have a refugee travel document, Do i need a visa to travel to France and stay less then 30 days for vacation?

  • If you have lived in Canada for five years and been physically present for three years or more, you may be eligible to naturalize right away as a Canadian citizen. Then you can travel visa-free on a Canada passport to almost everywhere. – Michael Hampton Nov 9 '18 at 4:12
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Yes, you need a visa.

France does not even participate on the multilateral European agreement on visa-free travel for refugees; Canadian refugee travel documents are right out.

(Note that whether refugees need visas is a point that is not harmonized at the Schengen level, so each member state sets its own rules. Still, if you get a visa, it will be a uniform short-stay Schengen visa giving access to the whole area, unless there's a particular reason to issue one with limitd territorial validity).

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