Monaco is very protective and well equipped for supporting the growing families.
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- Before birth
- Maternity leave
- Giving birth
- Insurance challenges with the cost of the birth
- The question of nationality of the new born
- After birth
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Important topics about Monaco residency
The education system of the Principality of Monaco conforms to that of France but differs in some of the obligatory classes. All public and private educational establishments under contract to the Principality, are recognised as approved French schools abroad. Schooling is obligatory for children aged from six to sixteen years, in addition children can attend […]Read More
Superyacht registration under a Monaco flag is one of those things that you do because it is highly prestigious, and not because of common sense, especially when your vessel is over a certain size. Superyacht registration in general can often be a grey area. It can be a challenging process, one could easily be confused […]Read More
Many people’s dream is to become a citizen of Monaco. There are many possibilities for gaining a citizenship, however in many cases the process can be extremely hard since naturalisation is granted only by sovereign ordinance. Many people’s dream is to become a citizen of Monaco. It is not about loyalty or a passport but […]Read More
Monaco is very protective and well equipped for supporting the growing families. In this page we talk about: Before birth Maternity leave Giving birth Insurance challenges with the cost of the birth The question of nationality of the new born After birth Please login or register in order to discover more in details. Restricted content The […]Read More
Most of us go into a marriage without even imagining the possibility that something may go wrong. In many cases the heat is not burning anymore and we are often weak to face with the fact that the love is gone. Therefore when a divorce is coming it can be extremely painful. Many people also […]Read More
Monaco has a special feeling by having the wedding in the same territory where Charlène Lynette Wittstock became the Princess of Monaco. If you are aiming to get married in the Principality of Monaco spring and summer could be ideal seasons to celebrate such a wonderful occasion. Even if Monaco does not have the typical […]Read More
Applying for a Monaco based job could be one of the most important topic for a foreign resident. In Monaco no foreigner may occupy a private salaried position without government authorisation! Applying for a Monaco based job could be one of the most important topic for a foreign resident. In many cases it can happen […]Read More
The Principality of Monaco has always maintained a strong legal system to protect its Monégasque people as well as its residents. The accession of the Principality of Monaco as a member of the Council of Europe happened in 2004. It marked Monaco’s wish to ensure that the Monégasque law is compliant with the international standards […]Read More
There are multiple companies offering their supporting guidance for you and your family regarding the relocation in the Principality. Any foreigner, except French subjects, who wishes to live in Monaco for a period longer than three months or establish a residence in the territory of the Principality of Monaco must be the holder of a […]Read More
Luckily Monaco’s tax regime is built on some extremely supportive pillars however and despite the common belief Monaco is not an offshore jurisdiction, but Monaco also offers anonymous taxation. Despite the common belief Monaco is not an offshore jurisdiction. The Principality’s main source of income is the value added tax (VAT), which is paid on […]Read More
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Monaco: The Essential Relocation Guide
“Monaco: The Essential Relocation Guide” This comprehensive book is dedicated to all current and future residents of the Principality of Monaco.
In this book, contributing authors André C Perry, Charlotte Easterbrook and Zsolt Szemerszky have compiled the most important and vital information required to help guide you through the process of relocating to the Principality of Monaco. Being independent experts, they also spiced up the chapters with their personal knowledge on the relocation process to create this in-depth and essential relocation guide.
Living in Monaco
Living in Monaco book is a professional relocation itinerary written by Zsolt Szemerszky.
A comprehensive, objective and brutally honest book about the Principality of Monaco and its living environment. The author intended to hunt down the myth around Monaco and to go beyond gossips.
It is not a travel book, it is an ultimate guideline to those who are aiming to get a glimpse about the real Monaco and who have the desire to relocate their personal or business life to the Principality.