Your proof of accommodation is where you will be staying/sleeping for the duration of your trip. I recommend not providing any accommodation and adding a note saying you will only go for 1 day or just put the address of your house as that is where you will be sleeping (if you have to provide something).
Sleeping In Airports suggests that you can sleep on Floor 2, Hall A, Terminal 1. Everywhere else in the airport is closed overnight.
Only you can judge whether that is advisable. Other options include a taxi from your existing accommodation, or taking a room at a hotel nearer the airport. There are several listed on the same page, all claiming to be 3 ...
You can only buy tax-free if you have a boarding pass for an international flight with you; they want to see it. Therefore, it is mostly irrelevant if you can make it to that area or not, but my guess is you can't.
You claim you are flying on internatioanlly after ten days, you will be able to shop then.
I don't think this is possible:
When you land at either of 2E's concourses, you are airside for immigration purposes, but landside for security purposes.
To enter either of 2E's shopping areas, you need to go through security. I would be surprised if they let you go through (they check and scan boarding passes). I know they will at least tell you it's the ...
CDG is quite huge and confusing as per my experience. So, if you have more time then only do your shopping.
As you can see you have to go through Security while going to 2F. Thus, if you have a proper time you can.
Regarding taxfree, You can claim your tax back before you head home (you can't claim now while entering Europe). If you find yourself inside ...
There should be a generic answer for this as we have multiple times the same question for different airlines: Swiss, JetStar and SAS.
The meaning is the same: One single piece of checked baggage is included in the ticket.
What differs between airlines are the size and weight restrictions. For Air France:
Checked luggage is limited to linear 158 cm / 62.2" ...
just an update that I found an answer for myself. Note: not sure if it would work for you but hopefully this helps you at least go towards the right direction. :)
After going to Toulouse's Pole emploi, prefecture, l'inspection du travail, and CPAM offices, they all did not know really anything about the visa. I talked to the Consulate of Canada in Jean ...