Alpine French School offers a range of services to help you negotiate the French system…..with our bilingual team of experienced staff, we are the perfect choice to help you!
Carte de Séjour Applications
With Brexit looming, many people need to apply for a Carte de Séjour to be able to work in France this winter.
If you need to apply for a Carte de Séjour, then we can help! From start to finish, we can guide you through the application process. Contact us for more information!
French Citizenship Applications
If you are thinking of taking things one step further and getting permanent French citizenship, Alpine French School can help with the application, French language test and also the French interview. Our administrative services can help with the application process and our experienced native-speaker teachers run a great citizenship course to get you fully prepared!
Auto-entrepreneur/Micro-Entrepreneur Set up Services
If you need to set up as an auto-entrepreneur or a micro-entrepreneur, then Alpine French School can help with this process. We can also help with the subsequent declarations, advice on next steps and any questions you may have along the way. We offer a package for the initial set-up plus a separate package for follow-up services.
If you need anything translation either from French to English or English to French, then our team can help. We have native-speakers of both languages on our team so your documents, websites, marketing material etc will always be translated by someone translating into their native language. This is important to ensure perfect translations every time.
If you need help with any other aspects of French admin, or with any translation or interpreting services, please get in touch to explain your project and we will always do our best to help!
You can contact us on email@example.com or call us on 04 50 79 08 38 for more information!
- April 14th, 2021
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- March 26th, 2021
Conversation Classes on Zoom Being able to have a conversation in French is most people’s number one motivation to take lessons. Get all the tools you need in just 2 x 5 hour modules! Module 1 : The Conversation Toolbox Regardless of your level, there are tools that you need before…Continue Reading
- February 26th, 2021
Croissants: do French people eat croissants for breakfast every day? No! Most French people eat breakfast at home so don’t eat fresh croissants from the ‘boulangerie’ on a daily basis. Croissants and pain au chocolat are popular on more relaxed days for example at weekends or on holiday. Many people…Continue Reading
- February 16th, 2021
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