Our AGIR World Department will support you in the development
and management of your patrimony
in France or abroad considering
your situation of non-resident
or emigrant.

Our accommodations in Europe,
in Africa, in Asia will allow you to
find a solution both appropriate
and adapted to your goals.

The status of resident abroad is the
suitable time to think about the
organization of your patrimony.

Real-estate Investments
Financial Investments
Health Insurance for your family
Retirement Planning

And to prepare your arrival on the national territory, while ensuring
your future.



Nowadays, more and more people work and live temporarily out of
their country of origin.

They have the status of non-resident for the host country, and the
status of emigrant for their country of origin.

Expatriation is a well-thought choice that is important in a life.

AGIR (Act) and manage the expatriation

New career and income perspectives are the time to take advantage
of the specific legislation corresponding to each country.

Of course, it’s on the taxation subject that the main part of the
advantages is located.

To take advantage of all the opportunities linked to this radical change, one’s must prepare and organize oneself, before, during and after.

One of AGIR-World expert is going to study your situation
and will advise you on the opportunities up to grab. 


Universal taxation principle

The taxation applied is the one from the home country.

Taxes are calculated and received in the home country of the tax payer.

Place of residence taxation

The taxation satus is the one from the taxation place of residence,
defined by precise criteria that must be respected and followed.

The Taxation administration (which corresponds to the Internal Revenue Service in the US) controls and supervises the application of these rules.

Taxation convention inter-countries

A taxation convention can be in force between the two countries.

If it’s the case, the convention will govern the new taxation rules
of the non-resident or emigrant.

The absence of this type of convention puts the non-resident
at risk, the risk of being taxed twice.