Pregnancy

Law and Pregnancy: A Pass

The CAF or the town hall may issue to any pregnant woman, a priority card for public transport or queues in administrations. To obtain it, it is enough to present itself with the notebook of the maternity or the certificate of pregnancy, as well as a photo.

Authors: Julie Martory and Clémentine Fitaire.
Consultants: Dr. Nicolas Evrard, and Bérengère André, midwifery school student.

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