* – notarized and translated into French language
* SA-4-8 weeks (depending on the number of shareholders and workload of the
* SARL-4-6 weeks
Our company offers company registration in France as the most reliable way to secure your future in France and other EC countries. Registration of the company gives the right to obtain a residence permit and
in perspective, French citizenship.
At your request, we will help you to register in France SARL-limited liability company (A. Capital from 1 Euro), SA-anonymous company (A. Capital from 38 000 euros) or a legal entity in any other legal entity form.
To register a SARL, you must:
Registration of the company takes from 1 to 1.5 months.
If the client wants to be the Manager of the registered company, he must apply for a “merchant card”, which gives him this right, and for obtaining a residence permit.
Merchant card (permission to be the Manager of your company) is issued for a period of one year. To do this, you need to go through 2 stages:
Merchant card (card “free” professions) is issued within 3-6 months.
According to the merchant’s card, even if the company does not work, you will have to pay about 300 euros per month for social contributions and in the old age cashier.
After 1 year of work on the merchant card, the client will have to renew his residence permit.
Instead of a merchant card, you can request a company employee card (work card) — it is faster and more reliable. The client receives a one-year residence permit and a work permit for a specific company in a specific position. The minimum salary in France is just below 1,000 euros per month + 800 euros per month the company will pay the state in the form of social allocations. The term of obtaining a work card is 2-2.5 months.
Just as in the first case, it is possible to extend the residence permit.
Usually, after 7-10 years, everyone gets French citizenship. Employees get it faster than the owners of the enterprise. In any case, all (or almost all) after a maximum of 5 years of work in France receive a 10-year residence permit. According to it, a person has the same rights as the French, except the right to be elected, to work in the police and administration, to serve in the army (except the Foreign Legion) , etc.
Children of immigrants who are legally in the territory of France and went to school in the last 5 years before their majority, receive French citizenship. Children of immigrants who are legally in France, who were born in France and went to school for a minimum of 5 years in France before their majority, receive French citizenship.