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Foreign graduates fight to stay in France

Foreign graduates fight to stay in France
 
Alison Hird

Thousands of foreign graduates from France’s elite universities and business schools are struggling to stay and work in the country, even when they’ve been offered a job. As part of the drive to reduce immigration, the minister of the Interior, Claude Guéant, issued a memo on May 31st this year limiting the number of work permits issued to non-EU graduates. Both French and foreign students have now joined forces to get the memo withdrawn.


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