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Target audience

AudienceStatutory refugees, Beneficiaries of subsidiary protection

Availability requested

Duration of commitmentMaximum 24 months

Find a job and accommodation in Côtes-d’Armor

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What is it?

AGIR is a support program for housing and employment for refugees in France.

The AGIR program helps you in your integration process in France and in your administrative process.

You can be supported to:

  • carry out administrative processes for you and your children
  • find an accommodation
  • find a training to learn French or to learn a trade
  • find a job or an internship, with Pôle emploi and local missions
  • find solutions to the difficulties of daily life issues (childcare, health, mobility).
AGIR support lasts a maximum of 24 months and is made official by signing a contract which binds you. You have meetings every 2 months and group workshops are organized during your support term.

Why is it interesting?

You can ask questions and get help with administrative formalities: housing benefit, tax, driving licence, bank account, identity papers, residence permit, etc.

  • Help with your career orientation
  • Build a career plan and find a job or training course, with Pôle emploi and Missions locales (France Travail)
  • Find and enrol in a training centre or association to improve your French
  • Find out about employment and professional integration support structures: Pôle emploi, Missions locales, AFPA, GRETA, etc.
  • Help with finding accommodation
  • Help with settling in and with the formalities once you have found accommodation
  • Support in finding independent accommodation.

How to do it?

To benefit from this program, you must:

  • be the beneficiary of international protection (adult or minor over the age of 16)
  • have been granted international protection for less than two years
  • have signed the CIR (Republican Integration Contract)
  • reside in the Côtes-d'Armor and live there (have a fixed address).
People in your family (spouse, minor children, parents), even if they are not refugees, can benefit from the program with you.

If you meet the necessary conditions (see part 1) to benefit from the AGIR program, you can be referred directly by the OFII.

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