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Agence Consulaire de France
à Las Vegas – Nevada du Sud

Consular Agency of France in Las Vegas – Southern Nevada

Bienvenue à l'Agence Consulaire de France à Las Vegas - Nevada du Sud
Welcome to the Consular Agency of France in Las Vegas - Southern Nevada

L'Agence Consulaire est actuellement fermée en raison des mesures sanitaires en place. Nous pouvons assurer certains rendez-vous dans un lieu public si nécessaire.

The Consular Agency is currently closed due to the sanitary measures in effect. We are able to make some appointments in a public space if necessary.

A collaborative map to support French businesses in the Southwest of the US

The Consulate of France in Los Angeles teamed up with the start-up Mapstr to design a collaborative map to support French-related businesses hit by COVID-19 and to promote the best of France in the South-West of the United States.

  • Find the best restaurants, bars, delicatessen, bakeries and French shops and services, and support your local businesses! This map includes Southern California, Southern Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.
  • Discover and find the best of France in the South West of the United States on this map: cultural venues, schools, Alliances Francaises, etc.
  • This map is collaborative! Do you know of a French spot in your area? Download the app and add it to the map! Together, let’s support French businesses, culture and talents!
  • Available on your mobile phone, you can easily find the the “France in LA” map on Mapstr by downloading the app from the Apple Store or Google Play. And don’t forget to activate the push notifications to get notified when a French spot is nearby.
Latest news

COVID-19: New restrictions to enter France for travelers from countries outside of the European area

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the external borders of the European Union and the Schengen Area are now closed to all travelers, French citizens and aliens, departing from the United States. Any entry into France and any exit from our territory to/from a country outside the EU will be prohibited starting Sunday, January 31, 2021 “except for compelling reasons” Jean Castex, French Prime Minister. When a travel for a compelling reason is necessary, all travelers have to comply to the sanitary measures to enter France in order to limit the spread of the virus. In order to enter France from the United States: all travelers have to provide a filled certificate (available on the Department of Interior’s website) for each individual. This certificate has a list of all valid compelling reasons. This certificate has to be filled, signed and has to come with any supporting document to present to the airline during the boarding process. Pursuant to décret n°2021-31 issued on January 15 2021, all travelers of 11 years older coming to France from a country outside of the European area (European Union, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Norway, Vatican and Switzerland) have to present a negative molecular test performed 72 hours before departure, isolate themselves for 7 days once they arrive in France, then retake a second molecular test at the end of this 7-day period. The following tests are accepted: – RT-PCR – PCR – qRT-PCR – qPCR – RT-LAMP – LAMP – RNA Should you not be able to provide evidence of this test, boarding will be denied. For your arrival in France, you need to fill in and carry two documents: 1. An exempted international movement certificate for travel to metropolitan France. You must present this certificate to travel companies before using your travel ticket, as well as to border control authorities (for travel by air, sea and land, including by rail);2. A sworn declaration that you do not have COVID-19 symptoms. These documents can be downloaded in French and English from the Ministry of the Interior’s website.

The Consular Agency is closed to the public

Under the current circumstances due to the coronavirus, the Consular Agency of France in Las Vegas – Southern Nevada is adapting. Following the guidance of the French and American authorities to slow the spread of the virus, we will only process urgent procedures by telework. The offices of the Consular Agency will not be accessible to the public starting Monday, March 16 2020 until further notice. Do not show up since we will not be able to let you in.We are available by email: or by phone: +1 (702) 342.9010.


Civil Registry / Vital Records processing

The Consular Agency of France in Las Vegas is not able to answer questions regarding weddings and civil registry. You can find the requested information on the website of the Consulate General of France in Los Angeles:

Visa processing

The Consular Agency of France in Las Vegas DOES NOT process any visa. You can find the required information on this website:


Happy Bastille Day 2020!

Fellow countrymen: let’s celebrate Bastille Day safely and locally in Southern California, Southern Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico ! Deputy Consul General Nathalie Soirat would like to share a message with you for this special occasion, and is joined by French & American representatives in our consular jurisdiction. Curious about how the French celebrated Bastille Day since 1880 in Los Angeles ? Hélène Demeestère, Historian, will share some interesting anecdotes about this holiday. And the chef of the Residence of France has prepared a very special recipe for you that you can easily do at home.

Alliance Francaise – Summer Program

French Classes for Adults – Session 4 Online July 6 – August 30 Whether you’re planning a trip to France, interested in brushing up your French, or looking to explore the language for the first time, our classes will unlock the best of French and French cultures for you. Kids & Teens Group Lessons – Session 4 Online July 6 – August 30 Striking a balance between fun and serious, Kids and Teens classes achieve rigorous academic objectives while entertaining students with games, activities and cultural immersion. ​ More information: