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If you're a non-EU citizen moving to France, it's essential to understand how to join the French healthcare system, also known as social security, through an entity called CPAM. This article focuses on the perspective of non-workers or retirees who need to apply to CPAM through PUMA (Protection Universelle Maladie). Fab French Insurance explains everything you need to know on the subject.

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As any American expat will tell you, there are some big differences between life in the US and la vie en France. Of course, both the US and France are diverse countries, with strong cultures and rich traditions that vary from region to region.
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If you're a non-EU citizen moving to France, it's essential to understand how to join the French healthcare system, also known as social security, through an entity called CPAM. This article focuses on the perspective of non-workers or retirees who need to apply to CPAM through PUMA (Protection Universelle Maladie). Fab French Insurance explains everything you need to know on the subject.
Break down your budget to see if moving to France is doable for you.
Searching for a holiday rental in France? What better way to experience a location and lifestyle than by having the chance to live as a local. In line with an increasing trend for authentic experiences and flexible alternatives to hotel style accommodation, the seasonal rentals market in France is ever expanding.
Always dreamed of a french pied- à-terre? Now is the time to fulfill that dream. Paris has become the new home for thousands. According to INSEE, of roughly 320,000 homes in France that have foreign owners, 126,000 are located in Paris
Finding the French pharmacy isn't the problem (look for the green cross on every block), it's once you get inside that the tricky bit begins.

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