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New members - Introduce yourself!

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Have you just joined our community? Then take a couple of minutes to introduce yourself to our other members! What are you doing in France? What are you looking for in the community? And what are your ideas of how we can improve the France community?

We hope you enjoy the Just Landed as much as we do. Good luck in France!

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  • Ir al perfil de chatchie joyon

    publicado por  en Foro de Francia 

    I'm from Bangkok, Thailand but just moved to France to live with my French husband a month ago. I live in Paris. Still settling in. Nice to know everyone !!

  • Novandra Larasati


    publicado por  Novandra Larasati en Foro de Francia 

    Hello all,
    My name is Novan, I`m Indonesian.
    I plan to live my new life in europe soon, hopefully in France.
    I love to learn lots of new things and having lots of friends all over the world.
    I join this website more into make friends, discuss abt business/work opportunities, and set up my plan for living and having my career abroad :)
    It would be nice to talk further with you, merci beaucoup, bisous! ;)


  • severin L.C

    publicado por  en Foro de Francia 

    Hi everyone !

    im back to france after 10 years. things have changed ! i m in lyon right now until december and then... uh i just don t know yet :-)

  • publicado por  en Foro de Francia 

    hello class'm Brazilian Leandro like to make new friendship in other countries have been in Portugal United States of America England spain love to travel then I am open to new people and my imail [...]
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  • Stefan Cosma

    salut a tous

    publicado por  Stefan Cosma en Foro de Francia 

    Salut mes amis,

    I'm Stefan, I'm from Romania and if everything goes just fine, I'll be joining you in Paris in mid-October. I speak fluently English, French and I'm also getting along with German.

    Have fun ;)

  • Carlos .

    publicado por  en Foro de Francia 

    Hi everybody!

    I am an spanish guy who also speaks english.

    I am living since February in Antibes (actually I first moved to Juan Les Pins and now I am in Antibes-centre ville) because I am working in Sophia Antipolis in a company settled there.

    I just work in english so my french is still more or less poor, and I also don't have as much friends apart from workmates as I would like (people normally are travelling back home or just spends a couple of weeks here) so I have all my weekends with nobody else to join.

    I would love to meet people around Alps Maritimes and I also would like to be able to practice french.

    Drop me a line whenever you wanted :)


  • Ir al perfil de Stephanie L

    publicado por  en Foro de Francia 

    I'm hoping that since you posted this in March you've already found the answer.

    Most employers will require you to have a certificate demonstrating your French fluency by earning a minimum of 750 points on the TFI exam which can be taken at any Alliance Francaise in the United States.

    Also, you will need to have your high school and college degrees officially translated as France does not recognize non-EU diplomas. It is up to the individual employer to decide whether or not to accept your non-EU degrees.

    Private schools (mostly Catholic in France) and primary education establishments will be less rigid in their requirements.

    Good luck!

  • Naroa EV

    publicado por  en Foro de Francia 

    Soy mexicana, vivo en region parisina, quiero perfectionar mi frances y aprender chino y/o japones, podemos hacer intercambio con espanol, hablo ingles, un poco.

  • Ir al perfil de Sally Derrick

    publicado por  en Foro de Francia 

    I thought i'd say hi, i'm just moving to toulouse for work which is a little scary but i'm looking forward to it!

  • Tatiana H

    hi there :)

    publicado por  Tatiana H en Foro de Francia 

    I live in Versailles and looking for friends to spend free time :)

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