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International provision of services – creation of a teleservice

  • 10 August 2016
When a foreign company seconds one of its employee to France, a representative in France must be nominated and a posted worker declaration...

New prolongation of the state of emergency

  • 22 July 2016
Following the attack of Nice in the evening of the 14th of July 2016, the French Parliament adopted on July 21, a new...

Useful factsheet to read before taking your car

  • 21 July 2016
Summer means relaxation but on the road, one must remain vigilant. French ministry of Interior make available on its website multilingual leaflets on...
Gary J.,
England20 April 2016

Thank you so much for your help Fabienne. You have really brightened my day and  I thank you so much for your patience, understanding and diligence throughout the whole process. I am delighted that M. X has finally decided to relent and pay what he owes which I am sure would not have been the case without your robust involvement. I look forward to any further future dealings with you and your colleagues. With my very best regards

John G.,
The Netherlands1 March 2016

The finding of an appartment was very well organized. It seems as if my mind was read. Home Conseil took care of all things that needed to be arranged. Perfect.

YES- you can visit France for 15 days max, for leisure or business purposes only (i.e. business meetings, discussions, etc.).
Yes- If she/he benefits from the accompanying family procedure, depending on the immigration process applicable to the employee. He/she will be entitled to work after collection of the long stay ‘D’ visa issued by the French Consulate in your country of origin and provided she/he obtains a resident permit afterwards.
No, it is not possible to use a French work permit in another EU member state based on the fact that each EU State is sovereign in this area. Therefore, it is at the discretion of each State to issue a work permit valid in this own country.

If you signed a French work contract, you must register to French health insurance (=Assurance Maladie) so that you can benefit from social protection.

In order to register, and depending on your place of birth, an apostil or legalization of your birth certificate can be demanded.

This authentication is therefore not a requirement for the work permit or resident permit application but it is compulsory for receiving the French health insurance card (=carte vitale).


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