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Old 26th May 2020, 11:33 PM
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We have paid our 200 euro each for our medicals for our LSV Unfortunately we had to return to Australia because of a medical emergency with our youngest daughter who will require our support.Our chances of returning long term to France are nil.
Can we apply for a refund?
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Old 27th May 2020, 07:31 AM
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I wouldn't hold my breath on getting a refund - but it may depend on whether or not you already had your medical exams or not. Generally the fees for a visa of any sort aren't refundable - no matter the reason you decide not to go to France after the visa fee has been paid. I suspect that may also be the case for the medical exams related to getting your titre de séjour, but if you hadn't gone through the exam yet, you could ask about the possibility of a refund (in conjunction with the cancellation of your appointments). Just don't get your hopes up.

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It appears you actually travelled to France on your visa, so I would suggest you contact OFII and ask them.
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