IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? Internal reorganization in the French labor office that services the Paris district is expected to cause delays in work permit processing.
What does the change mean? The change is expected to affect applications that are currently pending, as well as those that are filed in the next few weeks. Applicants should leave an extra two to four weeks in their timelines to account for the delays.
Background: The internal change is only affecting the labor office in District 75, which serves Paris. Other labor offices in France are not experiencing delays at this point.
BAL Analysis: Businesses should adjust their timelines to account for the delays.
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