A no-deal Brexit could cause headaches for pets travelling between the UK and Europe, with mandatory waiting periods of at least 3 months
With Brexit coming you will need to change your British licence for a French one. We walk you through how to do it and the process involved
Our new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, made his first address to Parliament last week. His key message was that the UK must leave the EU on 31 October.
British citizens resident (185 days or more) in France can continue to use their UK driving licences until they expire even in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
The British Government continues to seek a way in which the UK can leave the EU in an orderly manner and without undue delay.
France is looking at a simplified system for dealing with carte de séjour applications from the 152,000 plus British citizens living in the country.
Some people will find a way to cheat others no matter what the subject. This scam is directed at foreigners and involves the paid booking of appointments for Carte de Sejours.
Worried about Brexit? Remain in France take a look at the difficulties you may encounter with French admin….and suggest you don’t panic, stay informed, and keep up with the information on their website and in their Facebook group.
At the time of writing (November 2018) Britain is still part of the EU, and UK citizens are NOT required to have a Carte de Séjour. However, many ex pats living in France are taking the safe option and applying for the Carte de Séjour now.
Today we attended our rendezvous at the sous-préfecture in Perpignan for our carte de séjour. We thought that it might be useful to let you know about our experience.