Working in France

  • Working in France

    You are a foreign national. You want to come and work in France.
    France wishes to improve the organisation of professional immigration by making it easier for you to access selected professions.
    The arrangements (...)

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  • The “Skills and Talents" permit

    You have a project. The “Skills and Talents” permit, valid for an initial period of three years and renewable thereafter, allows you to carry out any professional activity of your choice in connection with your (...)

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  • The "Salaried" and “Temporary Worker" permit

    Different residence permits can be issued opening up access to specific professions in France.
    The “Salaried” temporary residence permit
    The "Temporary Worker" residence permit
    A permit granted under a bilateral (...)

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  • The “Employee on Assignment” card

    The “Employee on Assignment” card for senior managers or high-level executives
    You are employed by a French company that is part of an international group. If you have a very responsible role or if you receive a (...)

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  • The “Employee on Assignment” permit

    You have been employed for at least three months by a company based abroad. You are eligible to apply for this permit, valid for an initial period of three years and renewable thereafter.
    You can apply for this (...)

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  • The “Seasonal Worker" permit

    You are employed under a seasonal employment contract with a period of more than three months.
    A temporary residence permit, valid for three years and renewable thereafter, allows you to carry out seasonal work for (...)

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  • The "Scientific" permit

    If you have a master’s degree or equivalent, you can come to France to carry out research or teaching activities.
    You must prove your status as a researcher and the planned duration of your research work, and (...)

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