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The Welcome Office has hosted an information session for people who have moved or are relocating to Monaco as part of its quarterly service. It is an opportunity for guests to discover firsthand the different aspects of life in the Principality.
The information people receive is imperative – how to settle into life in Monaco, what the essential entities/organisations to know, what the administrative procedures of daily life are related to education and health for example, the various means of transport, the major projects of the Principality and many other valuable topics.
The meetings are held at the Club des Residents Etrangers de Monaco (CREM), a historic partner of the event, in a comfortable and elegant setting.
In addition, the Welcome Office, which has been in charge of welcoming newcomers, entrepreneurs and investors for nine years now, regularly receives people looking for key contacts, practical information on Monaco or on activity creation.
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