42 % of French expatriates are worried about going back in our country one day, according to an Ipsos survey, conducted for the Banque Transatlantique. The main concern is the lack of informations for a carefree return.
Work, housing, health insurance or retirement are the four most important points for those
who wish to go back to France. In order to make these steps easier, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is drawing up a Guide : Return to France «guide du retour en France».
Here is a list of recommendations to complete before departing from your residence country and settle in France:
Once you found your accommodation, it is time for you to prepare your move.
If you come from a country of the European Union, you are not subject to custom formalities. However, if this country does not belong to the European Union, you can benefit from the duty-free (tax and rights exemption), if you lived abroad for more than 12 months and if you used and possessed the estate for more than 6 months before the residence transfer.
If you wish to come back to France, visit france-expatries.com, a website dedicated to the French expatriates to allow them to enjoy their mobility abroad. On the website of france-expatries.com, you will find thematic papers, interviews of travellers, or the necessary steps to come back in France.
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