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Old Mar 7th 2018, 11:10 pm
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Old Jun 2nd 2018, 9:30 am
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Title for possible Sticky: "Inactif" status

Official Info in English re healthcare coverage, particularly for pre-retirees classified as "inactifs":
https://www.ameli.fr/assure/english-pages
and, for their residency conditions, in French:
https://www.service-public.fr/partic...sdroits/F12017

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I came across this link which explains what a UK company must do if an employee wishes to continue to be employed by them, not temporarily, while being resident in France:
https://www.urssaf.fr/portail/files/...FE-UK-2017.pdf
This is applicable if the expat isn't covered by his/her contributions to URSSAF. by having set up a French business structure. In which case, note that URSSAF will consider Micro-Entreprises and other small enterprises which have one sole client, as "travail dissimulé", which would be sanctioned.

I'm simply retransmitting this link, I take no credit for finding it!
Comments and additions welcome!

Oooops, this was supposed to be included in Rosemary's thread on posting of temporary workers....
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And here's another useful link:
https://europa.eu/youreurope/citizen...s/index_en.htm
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Death in France - Bureaucracy.

With many thanks to dmu for sharing this at her time of bereavement.
My condolences for the loss of your husband and soul mate. M
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STRIKE ACTIONS IN FRANCE

A useful link to consult (regularly!) thanks to tweedpipe.

https://www.cestlagreve.fr/
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This was posted by Tweedpipe and copied to this thread.

In addition HERE is a link to the government site which allows one to locate a nursing or retirement home in a given location in France.
And for info purposes, HERE's the link giving nursing homes just in the Toulouse area as I'm aware that there are many Brits that reside/retire there and to Haute Garonne (Department 31).
Note that the prices indicated are 'Prix mensuel par personne à partir de......so these can be regarded as the bare minimum, without extras such as laundry services, hairdressing and possibly a few others. I recall that in the foyer of the EPAD where we used to visit a family member, there was a vending machine for toothpaste and a few other toiletry items, which implies that similar items were not included in the basic care price of the establishment.
I agree with DMU, this could also be useful in the FAQ section 'Retirement in France'.

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