We as tech foreigners shouldn't be treated as strangers

I really like to guide anyone who's willing to make it happen: start-up workers, company owners and investors who contribute to the technological development of France can apply for a French Tech Visa and residence permit. The general requirements for all categories of applicants are age of majority, citizenship of a non-EU country, no criminal record, an official source of income and valid travel documents. The process of consideration of the request and issuance of residence permit in France takes 4-6 months.


We can collaborate and assist each other

I believe we need to learn from our peers, the problem is the local culture and language doesn't make it easy for people to get it done rapidly. We are not islands and we can exchange experiences in meaningful conversation.


It's not a one shot only

Even though your startup idea might not be 'successful' the whole purpose is to keep trying until you make it happen, you can pivot and in fact la France has many top resources to use.


Talking from the voice of experience

I know that there's always room for improvement, but my experience will get you farther. I'll try to share all the knowledge as a founder,as a parent and as a colleague thtat I've collected for the past 3 years since I began this expat journey.


Don't waste time and money as I did

I just want more people to focus on the important issues of their businesses. I'll try my best to prevent you from making some of the mistakes I learned from.