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Blog Passport Talent France is about articles on how to get France visa, residence permit, how to stay in France, how to work and live in France.


RECRUITMENT PROCEDURES IN FRANCE FOR FOREIGN COMPANIES

Foreign companies having its headquarters abroad without a permanent establishment in France can employ salaried staff even if it has no office in F. The recruitment of an employee in France by a foreign company is provided for by the Labor Code and supervised by specific reporting bodies. In all […]

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Change of status to Talent Passport European Blue Card

To request a change of status to Talent Passport, European Blue Card, you must make an appointment within the three months preceding the expiry date of your residence permit. You must make an appointment within the three months preceding the expiry date of your residence permit. This card is issued […]


The French “retired” residence permit

The  “retired” residence permit mentioning retired person allows you to enter France for stays of a maximum duration of 1 year.  You do not have to apply for a visa. This card does not authorize to work in France. Please note: this card does not allow you to bring your […]

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WORK PERMIT: the importance of the Job Description

We will have first and foremost to work on the Job Description to adjust it so that it fits with the French Regulations. Some Jobs are more in demand than others. Foreigners, who enter France to take up salaried employment, must hold a work permit. Otherwise, they cannot be hired. The […]


Foreign employees: how are work permits granted?

When a foreigner applies for a work permit, it is granted if his application meets the following cumulative conditions. The work permit is a document that you must request if you are a foreigner and wish to work in France as an employee. You cannot be hired if you have […]


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EXPIRED VISA: regularization by exceptional admission to stay

Exceptional admission to stay is a procedure of expired visa regularization which allows non-European foreigners in an irregular situation to obtain a “private and family life”, “employee” or “temporary worker” residence permit. Do you live in an irregular situation on French territory? What is the procedure to follow to regularize […]


Foreign parents of French children – how to become resident?

Parents of a French child automatically benefit from a residence permit. They are among the categories of people against whom an Obligation to Leave the Territory (OQTF) decision cannot be executed. Despite this, the proof to be provided to obtain the residence permit as the parent of a French child […]

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Asylum seekers

Can an asylum seeker work in France?

You can apply for a work permit if you meet the following two conditions: You have the asylum seeker application. Your request has been under review for more than 6 months by the Ofpra. Asylum seekers are not prohibited from having access to employment. Their application for a work permit […]


What is the AGDREF number?

The AGDREF number is a number made up of 10 digits which appear on the residence permit. The AGDREF (Application for the Management of the Files of Foreign Nationals in France) makes it possible in particular to guarantee the right of residence to foreigners in a legal situation on French […]

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My Prefecture receipt has expired. What should I do?

Do you have a residence permit application receipt (first application or renewal) which will expire in less than 15 days? You have not yet received a notification on the follow-up of your request (information by SMS of the production of the permit or refusal of stay)? In this case, you […]