A talent-friendly country

Whether you are a founder, an employee or an investor, the new French Tech visa makes it easy for you to settle in France.

Upon arrival you will get support from public administration. You may even get a desk at Station F, the world’s largest startup campus located in Paris. Your company will most likely benefit from a tax credit on its R&D expenses, so that it can fund part of its innovations without burning cash.

Didn’t expect that? Ask around. France has changed!

The New French Tech Visa at a glance

The new French Tech Visa for Employee in 5 Key Facts.

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