You have overcome all the difficulties in obtaining a visa, moving, searching for an apartment in France, and finally you are here! Our Congratulations!
First up, some news for you: do you remember we told you that France is a feast of bureaucracy? Have you already unpacked your suitcases? Grab a pen; we need to fill out the OFII form!
This is a required procedure that all guests planning to stay in France for more than three months must carry out. Before these three months are over, you should notify the administration about your arrival by filling out a special form.
As in any administrative document of state importance, the OFII form has a few points that will cause a terrible migraine when filling it in, but overall, it's not the most complicated form to complete. If you want to make sure that you’ve completed it with no mistakes -it’s best to get the advice of a professional. Quartier Latin will help you with this task.
The finished application form should be sent to the appropriate address (either submitted to the OFII Office or the university). Do not forget to attach the required documents.
After a while, you should sign up for a medical examination and then you will receive the long-awaited OFII. Congratulations, no more papers! Until you have to extend your student visa, of course.
Our company helps you to collect the necessary documents, send them to the right address, agree on the date of the medical examination and other formalities. If you are already fed up with countless forms, this is exactly what you need.
The price of the service is 200 euros
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