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Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in France.
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Re: DanielKW and wife Jeane

Post Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:08 pm

Hi, there is a website called Housesitters.com that may be of some use. There's a small fee to join but there are postings all over the world. Good luck!

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:55 am

Hello everyone!

American here from Chicago.

I'm in the midst of working on moving to France permanently to settle down with my fiance and his family in just about two weeks!

I'm super excited for the move, but I'm definitely a bit overwhelmed with what's to come for the paperwork, visas, etc.

I've had extensive experience traveling through the country before I met my fiance, and apart from him, I absolutely love what the country has to offer.

Looking forward to learning from all of you!

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 11:00 pm

Hello Everyone,

I am new to this forum but I am excited to read some situations that might help me in mine!

I am from New York, I've lived here all my life. I am married to a native of France and we are looking to move to France after 3 years of living together in the U.S.

We are very concerned with finding work for myself and the fact that I am not fluent in the language. I am looking to find a job and continue to learn the language as fast as I can so I can be apart of the community that I love.

I am here to look for some advice on where and/or how to look for a job that doesn't require much French language skills, please don't take this as me not wanting to learn the language it is only a way to generate income while learning the language!

My husband and I both enjoy traveling and spending time outdoors. So we are very much looking forward to the move back to the South of France to enjoy the beautiful weather and sea life!

Thank you!

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:36 pm

Hello fellow forum friends,

My name is Peter and i am from India. The crowded land of colorful people. Smile

My friends and I are planning for a Euro trip by end of the year and France is on our top list of places i must visit.

I am here to share a few things about me, contribute where ever i can and most importantly learn and get valuable advise from you all.. hehe

A little about me .. I am Web designer by profession. One of my hobbies is to shop online ..

Yes i do a fair bit of Window shopping and usually end up looking at deals online..


I look forward to fruitful interactions with all.

Thanks!
Peter

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 6:32 pm

hi my name is tom and my wife name is charlotte we have just bought a house in bourbon les bains and will be moving over nearer the end of the year once we have sold our uk property

 

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Re: Please introduce yourself here

Post Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 10:53 pm

Hi, I’m Deborah from West Sussex, in the UK.

It’s been a dream of mine and my partner to live in France. We’ve just sadly lost his mother and so now with no ties are looking to relocate to the south west of France.

This is now worryingly become urgent before the doors close to the guarenteed free movement of EU citizens following the Brexit deadline of 19th March 2019.

I therefore will have lots of questions to ask of you all, so thank you in advance of imminent posts!

Deborah

 

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