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We recently wrote about French bureaucracy and the various government offices for different services in France. Beth in rural south west in Occitanie admitted that tackling the administrative system can be baffling for expats. The key is to find the correct point of contact for your questions and admin procedures.

Hundreds of Agents at your Service

For your carte grise registration, a question about your taxes, your retirement, or your family allowances… Less than 30 minutes from your home, France services agents will accompany you in all your daily procedures. Today, there are more than 2600 France services agents to help you throughout France. The France services website provides a smart search tool to help you located the nearer office or agent.

For Day-to-Day Admin Procedures

Vehicle registration, RSA, tax, driving license, access to online services and more. Do you need help with your administrative procedures? Regardless of where you live, in town or in the countryside, France services is a one-stop shop that provides access in a single place to the main public service bodies: the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Justice, Public Finances, Pôle Emploi, Retirement Insurance, Health Insurance, CAF, MSA and even the Post Office.

France Services, 9 Services in 1 Place

Each France service provides support for the procedures of 9 national partners: La Poste, Pôle emploi, National family allowance fund, National health insurance fund, National old-age insurance fund, Mutualité sociale agricole, Ministries of the Interior and of Justice, Directorate General of Public Finances.

French Property Advice & Tips

If you are just beginning your search for a property in France, the best place to start is to familiarise yourself with the property buying process. Our popular blog should be your next port of call where you’ll find many articles and tips. Some of the most popular pages are about tax, Visa advice for American and Australian buyers, currency tips, French insurance, saving account, K-BIS and about buying property in Paris.

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