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Any foreign national who wishes to stay in Monaco for a period in excess of three months or take up residency must apply for a residency permit, a Carte de Séjour.
The process is different for nationals of the European Economic Area/EEA (European Union countries plus Norway and Iceland) than for non-EEA countries.
Note: the process differs for non-EU nationals who have a French residency permit.
Any change in address, employment or marital status must be reported to the Residents Section of the Directorate of Public Security (Direction de la Sûreté Publique).
Nationals from EU/EEA member states are exempt from all visa procedures to enter Monaco. If they plan to set up residence or stay longer than three months, a residence permit must be obtained at the Residents Section of the Directorate of Public Security.
Nationals moving to Monaco from outside the EEA must apply to the local French consulate in their place of residence for a visa in order to enter Monaco with the intention of residing there. Once the visa has been obtained, foreigners over the age of 16 must apply for a Monegasque residence permit at the Residents Section of the Directorate of Public Security (Direction de la Sûreté Publique).
The French Embassy to the United States provides comprehensive information for US citizens moving to Monaco to take up residence.
The French Embassy to Australia provides comprehensive information for Australians moving to France or Monaco to take up residence.
Non-EU/EEA nationals who have been living in France for over a year may submit an application to transfer their residence to Monaco at the French Consulate General in Monaco.
Those who have been living in France for less than a year must apply for a visa at the French Consulate in the country of which they were resident immediately prior to their settlement in France.