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Welcome Office

9, Rue du Gabian (1er étage)
Fontvieille
MC 98000 MONACO

Welcome Office :
(+377) 98 98 98 98

Fax : (+377) 98 98 48 70

Opening Hours : from 9.00am to 5.00pm from Monday to Friday

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Welcome Office

9, Rue du Gabian (1er étage)
Fontvieille
MC 98000 MONACO

Opening Hours : from 9.00am to 5.00pm from Monday to Friday

Phone : (+377) 98 98 98 98

Send us an email
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The Principality is very cosmopolitan, with over 120 nationalities represented. The population of Monaco is 36,000, of whom 8,000 are Monegasques, almost 10,000 are French nationals, more than 6,500 are Italian, and 2,600 are British. Several national communities number in the hundreds, including, for example, the Belgian, the Switzerland, the Germany, the United States of America communities.

The diplomatic network

Monaco asserts its presence and influence on the international stage through its diplomatic and consular network. Under the supervision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, these official representations enable the Principality to develop its relationships with governments in the countries concerned.

As for the representation of foreign countries in Monaco, several dozen states currently have an Embassy accredited in the Principality. For the full list of embassies and consulates, see the Monaco Worldwide page .

Network of associations

With several dozen registered associations, the Principality’s network of international associations allows each foreign resident to make contact with their fellow citizens, thanks in particular to the activities of foreign communities. See  Download file Foreign communities in the Principality of Monaco Foreign communities in the Principality of Monaco .

Information meetings for new and future residents

To give you the chance to meet and share experience with other residents from overseas, the Monaco Foreign Residents’ Club (CREM) invites you to attend information meetings. The meetings take place at the "Club des Résidents Étrangers de Monaco" (Monaco Foreign Residents’ Club), 1 avenue Princesse Grace, on different dates throughout the year.

To register, please contact the CREM: (+377) 97 98 01 77 – info@crem.mc

Association of Honorary Consuls of Monaco (ACHM)

In 2003, the Association of Honorary Consuls of Monaco (ACHM) was established to bring together members of the consular corps. The association also provides a structure for welcoming foreign nationals, making available the tools they need to integrate into Monegasque society and their community of origin.

Last update: 01/12/2016

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