I hope you are all well and are advancing toward your goal of being reunited with your loved one.
I am a French guy in couple with a Russian girl since November 2019.
I want her to come in France where we have the project to get married.
This article on the official website of French Diplomacy was updated at the beginning of February:
As others have said before me, it seems that “laissez-passer” (letting a foreigner in France) has been suspended since the beginning of February.
But this article also says that (copy-pasting French translated by Google here, who is doing a very decent job):
I am not yet married but I have a marriage project in France with a Frenchman: can I join him?
Yes. You do not fall within the framework of the exemptions provided for by the international travel certificate but you can request the issuance of an ad hoc laissez-passer, on condition that you can prove your situation. You must make a request to the French consulate responsible for your place of residence abroad.
In particular, you will need to provide proof of the French nationality of your future spouse and attach the certificate of publication and non-opposition to the marriage issued by the town hall which will celebrate your union.
The granting of a laissez-passer does not exempt you from holding the documents required with regard to the planned stay (short-stay visa if your nationality is subject to it, long-stay visa in the event of a plan to settle in France) and the required supporting documents (resources and accommodation in particular).
Does any of you know of this procedure?
Thanks a lot in advance for your time and answers!
Bests to all of you, and good luck with your own “battles” to get reunited with your loved ones!