Regarding the « allocation de rentrée scolaire » : If your child goes to school in France, is between 6 and 18 and if you earn less than a certain amount (for more details, see :http://www.caf.fr/wps/portal/particuliers/catalogue/metropole/ars ) you might...
As soon as you become « allocataire », you also receive your « quotient familial ». This is an important indication. It might change every year, depending on how much money you earn, how many children you have... This « quotient familial » is necessary...
Once you've applied, filling in a « dossier », you become « allocataire » and receive a « numéro d'allocataire ». Keep this number, you will be asked to give it everytime you contact your CAF. It's your identification number. Once you are « allocataire...
You can find it on the web on : https://www.caf.fr/wps/portal/ On the homepage, there's a blue map of France. Enter your « code postal » (zip code). 1. Or you live in a big city with a CAF, then on the following page, click on : « Les contacts » then...
In France, you might receive some money from the government if you have children, if you are a student, if you rent or buy a place. The organization dealing with all this system is « CAF », « Caisse d'Allocations Familiales ». What do you need ? First,...