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Looking For A French Worker

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Lorriepv
4/14/2019 19:15 EST

We have a guest house outside of Atlanta (Georgia, US), and would like to hire or import someone from France. English isn’t necessary.

Does anyone know how to go about this? Good places to post? (I can post in French.)

Free housing, and possibly food/necessities, in exchange for basic handyman work, painting, and help fixing up the house. Someone with experience in carpentry would be ideal, but even just experience with handyman work. Willing to consider someone without much experience, if there is good motivation.

We would like a native French speaker, as we are learning French.

Thank you for any help you can offer!

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bobbyveee
4/15/2019 10:24 EST

Hi. Have you considered a French person , without a work visa would not even be allowed in the country, think your going to have problems.

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