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Thank you very much for the information. For clarification:
1) How can I tell what the "mention" on my visa is which you refer to? The only information revealed on my visa is that which I stated in my original question.
2) From my inquiries, most of the language schools and universities prefer teachers to be an autoentrepreneur ie. less paperwork for them and do not have to deduct for social charges etc.. Majority will not sponsor a work permit for non-EU citizens. Is this not an option for me as a non-national?
3) I plan to offer my services to adults only. (I currently teach Business English to foreigners in U.S. at a school). By "training for companies" do you mean directly with corporate companies? I prefer to contract with schools in Lyon who have corporate clients. Is this not a viable option for me? Do I have to seek out my own private clients or persons directly?
Appreciate your advice. Thank you!
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