As a foreign company you are also bound by this legal obligation, when you are in a contractual relationship with a French company. To comply with this legal obligation, the foreign supplier must provide the following equivalent legal documents:
• A document issued by the competent authorities, certifying mandatory registration in the country of residence or an equivalent document certifying your legal registration and listing all the identification elements of the company and its individual identification number.
• A document certifying the regularity of your social situation under European Regulation (EEC) 883/2004 of 29 April 2004 and Decree No. 2011-1601 of 21 November 2011, stating that you are affiliated to the national social security and that you have paid your national insurance contributions, or an equivalent document, in accordance with Article L 243 -15 of the French social Security Code, dated less than 6 months specifying, pursuant to Article D 243-15, the identification of the company, the number of employees and the total remuneration reported on the last summary statement of social security contributions.
• The list of foreign employees (excluding European Union) employed by the contractor and subject to work permit referred to Article L. 5221-2 of the French Labour Code, specifying for each employee in accordance with section D. 8254-2 of the Labour Code, the date of hire, nationality and the type and number of work authorization.
If you want to know more information about the equivalent of certificate “Urssaf” to provide, please visit http://www.cleiss.fr/employeurs/obligationdevigilance/index.html.
It should be noted that each country has its own legal conditions and documents.
However, while uploading all your legal documents, make sure to scan the original and translated in French copy( if documents are not in french ) in the same folder or else your documents will not be validated. This is because according to French Law (Art. D 8222-8) translation of your official documents now needs to be made by a sworn translator.