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With Association for the Recognition of Homosexual and Trans People's Immigration and Residence Rights (ARDHIS)

Target audience

AudienceAsylum seekers, Statutory refugees, Beneficiaries of subsidiary protection, Stateless people, Beneficiaries of temporary protection
Specific audienceGender minorities


Free of charge

Availability requested

Days of attendanceSaturday

Get social support

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What is it?

A social support center reserved for LGBTQI+ newcomers (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual).

Every week, it is possible to make an appointment for help in different areas:

  • emergency help (find day centers and food distributions, contact 115, etc.)
  • papers (apply for a residence permit, exchange your driving license, have a domicile, etc.)
  • health (find a medical center, make an appointment with a psychologist, etc.)
  • professional integration (register with Pôle Emploi or the local mission, look for work or training, etc.)
  • accommodation (apply for accommodation, etc.).

Why is it interesting?

The association helps you to find out about your rights and to complete applications and renewals.

For example: application form for social housing, form for the Complémentaire Santé Solidaire (CSS/ ex-CMU), discount for the Navigo pass, CAF benefits, Pôle Emploi registration, renewal of a residence permit, contact details for the MDPH, application form for diploma equivalence, travel permit, etc.

  • gain confidence in yourself
  • build a professional project based on your skills
  • find a job.

The association understands the context and difficulties faced by LGBTQI+ refugees.

You can get specific advice on how to deal with administrative procedures or solve a problem.

  • soccer
  • French classes
  • walks
  • picnics
  • museum visits.

How to do it?

  • Address: “La Bulle”, 22 rue Malher, 75004 Paris
  • Every Saturday (except the 3rd Saturday of the month) at 9:30 a.m.
  • Request an appointment with the association's social worker.
There is about a week of waiting for an appointment.
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