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Passport, immigration in France

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Hello All,

I'm planning a trip that starts in Rome and ends in Paris, but getting arriving in Paris and leaving from Paris.

I plan to buy my ticket to Rome right away, so I wanted to know how long does it take for me to get out of immigration area and picking up my bags, so if my flight arrives at Paris at 1pm, would I make it if I but a 3pm flight to Rome directly?

Also, my wife is a green card holder, does anyone know if she needs a visa to go to Italy and France? and if she does will that take longer in the immigration line in Paris?

Thanks so much!

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