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Actionable steps to get yourself situated in France.

Have you ever imagined yourself living in France one day in the future? What if I told you that possibility could be a reality and that “one day” could be sooner than you think.

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Not only have we done this before – we’re ready to help you do it yourself.

We researched immigration policies, comparative shopping, and bureaucratic procedure. Not to mention interviews with people who have defied the odds and moved to France. With our expertise, we’ll give you a way to integrate yourself seamlessly.



Avoid confusing legal complexities and understand the necessary steps to get setup before even lifting a finger.


Learn from those who have done it! Enjoy upcoming expat interviews and personal tips from foreigners who’ve made the move.


We give you the tools to comparison shop while in France as well as tips and programs to get the most bang for your buck.


The course is comprised of 15 modules. You’ll receive lifetime access to the guide with updates along the way (including interviews and a FAQ section). You also have the ability to ask questions on confusing matters.

If you complete 100% of this course, you’ll be familiar with the following subjects:

Preparation Tips
Things you must do before leaving for France that will guarantee success.
The visa Process
We’ll cover how to obtain a visa to legally stay in France. But which visa is the best for your situation?
How to Find Work in France
We’ll explore different avenues or options that you have, from free-lancing to earning a long-term work contract (CDI). I’ll also show you where you can search for potential jobs.
How to rent a place or purchase your dream home
We’ll cover the steps and process to find a place in France. You’ll also learn how to find roommates or budget housing.
Overview of Modern France
Important facts and figures you should be aware about before heading over to the Hexagon.
Obtain a working cellphone
Being accessible in France is a necessity. But what’s the best way is to get a working French cellphone? We’ll cover how and comparatively shop between a few providers.
Open your French bank account
We’ll cover the paperwork and process required to open a bank account in France, and which banks you should consider doing business with.
How to apply for French social security and healthcare
We’ll cover emergency services and the process to sign up for certain social services like health insurance. I also cover the carte vitale and the difference between public and private coverage plans.
The different ways to set up your internet, cable, landlines, electricity, sanitation, or water services.
Dating or Friendship
We’ll glance over how to overcome anxiety in order to make some French friends while you’re abroad.
Tips on Learning French
We offer vocabulary you’ll need in certain situations as well as ways to brush up on your French before you depart.
You can examine the modules in more detail by checking out the demo of our member’s area. You won’t be able to access any of the lessons, but you’ll get a feel of what is offered.

About the Author

I’ve lived, worked, and studied abroad in France on numerous occasions. Paris, 2010, Paris 2011, Besançon (summer 2012) and most recently I lived in the Rhône-Alpes, 2015.

As an American, I opened my own French bank account, rented my own apartment and set up my utilities (phone, internet, TV, electricity). I completed the French immigration process and integrated myself with a few French social programs. I also communicated with co-workers, made friends, and dated French people.

During my time abroad, I realized how much French culture impacted my life. So in 2011, I started FrenchCrazy to help spread the joys of learning French and living in France. Everything we do here at FrenchCrazy keeps that mission in mind. Its how our site has reached millions of people across the globe.

If you’re not familiar with the FrenchCrazy brand then I invite you to check out some of my favorite articles.

So is this course for everyone?

Generally speaking, yes. I’ve already sold this guide to people living in the USA, Canada, the UK, and Australia. That’s because this course adds tools to your disposal to make moving to France happen.

But please realize that I can never hold your hand 100%. You’ll need to take action on your end too.

You’ll need patience while waiting for papers to go back-and-forth. You’ll need to save some money. You’ll have to spend some time looking for a place. These are minor obstacles, but it’s doable. I’m no special snowflake and I managed just fine.

I also learned that there is no “perfect” time to move to another country. You have to work with what you’ve got and commit to the idea of one day living in France.

If that sounds like you then I invite you to try our Live in France course. The details within can help you either make the move to France or even just help you decide if moving to France is right for you.


If you’re ready to take yourself to the next level by enrolling in the Live in France Course, simply choose your payment option below and click the button to join us…

Monthly Membership

Only $19 per month

Recurring payment – cancel at anytime with just 2 clicks

Yearly Membership

Only $49 per year (79% savings)

Recurring payment – cancel at anytime with just 2 clicks


Here we’ll answer Frequently Asked Questions about our premium course offering:

Is the course in French or English?

You do not need any prior French skills to follow this course.

This guide was designed for English-speakers, so the vast majority of the course is presented in English. We do offer some French vocabulary to use in certain situations.

How easy is it to cancel the monthly or yearly subscription?

Very easy.

The Live in France Course is delivered by our partner, Gumroad. After you purchase the Live in France Guide you can cancel your subscription and prevent future charges to your credit card at any moment. As outlined in their FAQ, it only takes a few simple steps.

Who is this course for?
The guide is designed for those who TRULY want to live, work or study in France. It highlights the steps needed to make it all possible.
Why does the guide cost money?

This course is a premium offering by FrenchCrazy. I wanted to make the guide accessible to as many people as possible while still breaking even for all of the hours that went into creating such a course. It takes an immense amount of time to operate a website to this scale.

If you want free material, feel free to check out other sections of our website.

I have more questions...?
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