Nouvelle carte de séjour

I received notice from the préfecture that my new CDS is there! Except they’re closed on Wednesdays, so I can’t get it today. Of course. It should be a CDS visiteur that expires at the end of March. But we’ll see if they screwed that up…

However, I need to do another changement du statut from visiteur to travailleur temporaire next month since I have a job again. I just have to wait for the official documents from the rectorat.

Paperwork and waiting for more paperwork never end in France.

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  • nicole

    um yeah, it’s so fun. wanted to say congrats on getting a job though. at least there is positive…

  • nicole

    um yeah, it’s so fun. wanted to say congrats on getting a job though. at least there is positive…

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