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FRANCE: Increase in Minimum Salary and Related Thresholds for Certain Immigration Procedures

Increasing the minimum salary (SMIC) and the wage index (minimum garanti) on July 1, 2012, resulted in changes to the salary thresholds applicable to Intra-Company Transferees and other foreign workers seeking to be accompanied by family members. The SMIC has been raised to €1,425.27 per month for the work week of 35 hours. The minimum garanti is now €3.49.

Intra-Company Transferees must meet the salary threshold of 150 percent of SMIC, which will now amount to €2,137.90 per month. A foreign worker other than an Intra-Company Transferee may be accompanied by family members when he or she meets the salary threshold of 1300 times the minimum garanti, or €4,537 per month.

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