The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act is a statute that requires US citizens, including those who live outside the United States, to report their financial accounts held outside of the US…
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Video update: An expert weighs in on what action should be taken by owners of French property in view of the inheritance law changes in France on the application of the 2015 EU rules.
Good news for Americans, Australians, Chinese and other non-EU residents if you are planning to sell your holiday home in France, you are now likely to keep more money in your pocket.
The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched a new “France Alumni” social network for former foreign students to keep in touch with each other and keep their connection with France alive.
Not all American driving licences are exchangeable for a French one. Find out if yours is – and the step-by-step process to acquiring a French licence otherwise.
First dates can be nerve-wracking enough, but cooking a three-course French dinner for a Frenchman can turn into a downright disaster – as Cathe learnt the hard way!
Working as a property finder, people often ask Jacqueline how easy it is to settle into French life. She finds inspiration in Lynn, who took to her new life in France like a duck to water.
France has always been a popular second home destination for Americans.
Lindsey and Chloe came to Paris from America… and brought their cookies with them! Their business, Lola’s Cookies, sells handmade American style cookies, brownies and bars to the French (and expat community) in France’s capital city.
When Katie and her husband moved from the US to France, they bought a vineyard in the Vendée before taking on a farmhouse in Lot et Garonne. Here she tells FrenchEntrée about their journey so far and the cookery website that is keeping her busy.
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There are a number of steps which American, and other non-EU nationals will need to take in order to live in France, starting with the application of the visa de séjour temporaire.
In my experience the French Police and Courts are cracking down on people who illegally employ workers (who, more often than not, are foreigners). This might be done through blissful ignorance – but the Courts do not always accept ignorance as a defence plea.
All American citizens over 18 are eligible to vote except in certain special cases—such as U.S. citizens who have never lived in the United States (usually the adult children of U.S. citizens living abroad).