Inexpat is a member of EuRA

Inexpat is now a member of EuRA – European Relocation Association, the european association for relocation service providers. It’s a reference in our profession !

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Welcome Anne !

After several months recruiting, we have finally found our rare gem ! We are pleased to welcome a new team member in our office. Anne LISOVYY has joined us for her work/study training program. She will be a precious help as she supports us with the administrative and operational sides

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Inexpat selected by Business France

Back to work ! It’s good to be back ! To start well, Inexpat is proud to announce that we have been granted the label “French Tech Friendly” by Business France. We are now one of the service providers recommended to French Tech companies in the category “Administrative services”. Here

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Presentation of the French healthcare system

Do I need to pay to see a doctor ? Why do I need the Carte Vitale ? What do I need to do if I don’t have it ? What is a “médecin traitant” ? How can I add my kids to my spouse’s Carte Vitale ? When they

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Finding an appartment in Paris in one day is possible with Inexpat !

Finding an appartment in Paris is a headache. People waiting in lines to visit, landlords asking for unexisting documents and impossible guarantees, appartments gone within 24 hours … Unless they dedicate a week off to do their home search, your employees won’t be able to do it alone. With the

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Top 10 countries of origin in 2020

Where are our expats from ? Generally speaking, from all around the world. In 2020, North America, Brazil and India were in the top 10 regions of origin. When they arrive, 66% of them do not speak French. In order to help them adapt to their new environment, we offer

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New sanitary measures – 7-day quarantine

Since January 14th, the French government has established new measures for international travel, in order to fight the covid-19 pandemic. In addition to showing negative test results 72 hours before departure, travellers now must also self-isolate for 7 days after arrival. A new certificate is available on the Ministry of

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Your Talent’s visa : the European Blue Card

Inspired by the American Green Card, the European Blue Card was created in 2011 to attract highly qualified workers in Europe. The requirements are different in each EU country. In France, the requirements for a highly qualified worker to obtain the permit are:   hold a higher education diploma justifying

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Lockdown – Our team remains operational in accordance with sanitary measures

Our team adapts to the current situation. We keep welcoming and assisting your international employees in accordance with health and safety measures. Good to know : ✓  Borders inside the EU remain open. Borders outside the EU are closed, but with exceptions. Passeport Talent visa holders, for example, can arrive

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Returning home – Simplify your employee’s arrival

Returning to your home country after several years in expatriation is more complex than expected. Readaptation is slow and full of obstacles. Let alone reverse culture shock and the feeling of living a new expatriation, your French employee may encounter difficulties in basic administrative tasks, such as obtaining their Carte

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