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That is the question, and allow me to share:

  1. Recently married; we have a marriage certificate.
  2. She has a valid Bangladeshi passport.
  3. I have a valid Indian passport and I went to France once for 2 months.

I will get 2,000 euro per month in France. I hope that is sufficient for the two of us. I will be PhD student for 3 years there.

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    Yes why not. Apply for the appropriate visas and if you fulfil all the conditions there is no reason you can’t. – Hanky Panky Feb 1 '18 at 11:08
  • This question is not about travel, as intended in this site (tourism). You should ask to ex-pat, and eventually to your university. – Giacomo Catenazzi Feb 1 '18 at 11:09
  • What visa are you on in India? – greatone Feb 1 '18 at 17:27
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    My wife is now in India on her tourist visa, I am Indian, why would I need a visa to stay in India? – Marso Feb 2 '18 at 6:53
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It doesn't matter which country you both are from as long as you satisfy the visa requirements to move to France. Of course, your visa application should be a student visa with you as the primary applicant. I don't think there are any special forms you need to submit since your wife is from Bangladesh.

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