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Living and Working in France: Chez Vous en France

Living and Working in France: Chez Vous en France (Paperback)

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Whether you are going to France for work, study or pleasure, "Living and Working in France: Chez vous en France" will be your trusted companion. Genevieve Brame's book, first published in 1993, shines a practical, political and cultural spotlight on French values and customs. This author gives you the keys to unlock the mysteries of the country she knows best - her own. She introduces you to your new surroundings and helps you find your way through the labyrinth of administrative and immigration procedures. Sections on the socio-economic environment, the European Union, language, travel, health, home, education and the French lifestyle will provide answers to all your questions. "Living & Working in France: Chez vous en France" offers an attractive and realistic image of the country. It contains all the essential information you will need, plus the little details that reveal the diversity of the French experience and take you beyond the hackneyed cliches. This book is aimed first and foremost at welcoming newcomers, but it is also for those who have been there for a while, to help them prepare for their naturalization interviews.

EducationCareers & StudyingAdvice on careers & achieving successEducationCareers & StudyingCareers guidanceHealth & WellbeingAdvice on the stages of lifeReference & ResearchAdvice GuidesLiving & working abroadTravel & MapsTravel & holiday guidesBusiness travelTravel & MapsTravel tips & advice: general Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd Publication Date: 03/10/2008 ISBN-13: 9780749454098  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Genevieve Brame is a consultant in the International Mobility Department (Global Employment Solutions) at Ernst & Young Societe d'Avocats in Paris. Inspired by her intercultural communications work with multinational companies, Genevieve has written a number of books for French and foreign expatriates, both adults and children.

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