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... and I want to have my professional qualification recognised in France.
France has nearly 250 regulated professions that can be identified in two categories:
- The liberal professions;
- craft and commercial professions for which the recognition of professional qualification is carried out with the Chamber of Trades and Crafts on which you depend.
I want to move to France
Two steps are needed in order to be able to practice a regulated profession in France:
The fact sheets on regulated professions identify these steps and direct you through existing regulations.
Note that occupations recognised by the European professional card (CPE) may thus deviate from the traditional procedure:
- General care nurses;
- mountain guides;
- real estate agents.
I want to issue a temporary benefit in France
There is no need to use a professional qualification recognition for a temporary benefit, however you must be established in your home country. In some cases, you will have to apply for permission in advance of your benefit.
Contact with the relevant authority is most often to be taken in the area in which you decide to settle. A number of supporting documents are to be provided, some of which sometimes require a sworn translation.
Good to know
If your profession is regulated in your country of origin but not in the host country (France), you can practice without having to do a professional qualification, such as nationals of the host country.
List of EU Member States
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List of European Economic Area States
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