This is this time of the year again, one that no one likes but that every adult has to go through…the annual tax return… Being an expat in France makes the French tax return even more challenging! Some useful tips for you before you call a tax advisor.
I’m thrilled to have Emilie Marie Berge writing for us about her experience on a difficult experience…
This is a real side of expatriation too few of us dare to share out loud, but so many expats suffer from it… The expat depression.
It is essential to be aware of it, as knowing more about it can help dealing with it or even avoid it sometimes.
Are you in France looking for a job or maybe wanting to change jobs, or planning to move and are looking for a job remotely?
You may have been browsing the web in search of job ads for foreigners or in English. But, have you considered using the networking strategy to find the right fit for you? More than 70% of jobs are filled thanks to a professional network in France! So you’ll be missing out on many opportunities if you didn’t.
What do you do when you’ve been procrastinating for over six months to start something? I start it with a crazy (and certainly exhausting) 30-day challenge! But I need your support!
I asked our 5 expats to share what they love the most about France and that they can’t get at home. I didn’t imagine what they would say…
Do you want to come to work and live in France?
If you are a non-EU citizen, you will need to have a French work visa to live this experience. It can sometimes be confusing to know which one matches your situation. I have listed for you the 6 different work visas available with their main criteria and advantages.
These are only the visas with work as the main motive for the visa request.
Did you know French people still use their chequebook on a regular basis? It can also be useful for you to have a chequebook, you’ll understand why in this post. Let’s also see the pros and cons of using a French cheque (French check) and the rules you wouldn’t expect and of course how to write a cheque in French!
Everything you need to know about the France family reunion visa process! It may change your mind if you think about relocating alone first!
After digesting the Christmas feast, the numerous King’s cakes in January, February starts with Crepe day in France on Candlemas! Crepes are popular any day of the year, but on Feb 2nd is an unofficial National Crepe day in France. But why do French people eat crepes on Candlemas?
Do like the French holiday culture? Is it really something specific to France? France actually is not a precursor in terms of the right to paid vacation. Let’s find out more about the French national holidays.
Is it expensive to live in France? A good thing to know when moving to a new country! The cost of living in a country compared to others will depend a lot on your way of life, your income level, your family structure, the currency you earn, and much more. This information will help you answer this question!