To make it easier for all new residents of Monaco to move and become integrated, the Welcome Office is organising information meetings for all new and future residents of the Principality.
The Monegasque Government published the announcement and the next dates are:
- Tuesday 7 November 2017 at 06.30 pm
- Tuesday 5 December 2017 at 06.30 pm
- Thursday 9 November 2017 at 06.30 pm
- Thursday 7 December 2017 at 06.30 pm
The aim of these meetings is to present the main information on practical life in Monaco – health, education, transport, etc., as well as information on setting up a business, including the basic principles, steps to be taken and key players.
The events will take place at the Welcome Office (9, rue du Gabian), in English and in Italian at various dates throughout the year. They are open to anyone who is in the process of moving to Monaco or intends to do so. Advance booking is required, by contacting the Service (contact details below).
To register, simply contact the Welcome Office by
telephone (+377) 98 98 98 98
or by e-mail at email@example.com .
The invitation was originally published at the Government Portal: http://en.service-public-particuliers.gouv.mc/Announcements/Information-meetings-for-future-and-new-residents2
Note from the editor of Monaco Wealth Management
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- 2018 Tax Stickers – Vehicle Registration Renewal
- Anse du Portier – The real-estate future of Monaco
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