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Monaco launches free ‘SOS Administratif’ service

Monaco launches free ‘SOS Administratif’ service

By Staff Writer - March 3, 2018

Photo: Mairie de Monaco
Photo: Mairie de Monaco

From March 6, the town hall’s Social Action Service will be offering the services of a public writer to help over-60s – Monegasques and residents of the Principality, as well as retired municipal staff – experiencing difficulties with administrative procedures.

This new free service “SOS Administratif” will include help with understanding documents (letters, forms, contracts, invoices …) and drafting personal or administrative short documents.

In addition, an explanation of the “administrative machinery” and support and assistance for difficulties encountered when making appointments with experts will be provided.

The SOS Administratif service, overseen by the Social and Family Economics Counsellor, will be available every Tuesday between 9 am and noon at the Social Action Service (Service d’Actions Sociales) at the mairie.

No appointment is necessary and the service is totally free. More info on +377) 93 15 28 83 or at

Article first published March 3, 2018.

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