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.
Find out what you and Europe have in common on Wednesday, 5 December at 18h30 in the Centre Culturel of Collioure.
The UK government this week introduced a new law to safeguard UK citizens healthcare abroad after Brexit for the 190,000 expat state pensioners who have chosen to live in the EU
Following the outreach meeting in September, Robin Walker MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, sends this letter to Ed Llewelyn, British Ambassador to France.
A big thank you to Elaine Jacobs for writing up the results of the British Embassy Outreach Meeting held last week in Perpignan.
Is the uncertainty over Brexit causing you uncertainty over whether to stay in France or not? Whichever side of the Brexit divide you are on, and in the knowledge that “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, there are some important issues to be aware of concerning life assurance-based investments.
If you have a second home in France, prepare for a shock next time you open your Taxe d’habitation bill. Councils are now legally allowed to raise the taxe by up to a whopping 60%!
President Emmanuel Macron promised various tax reforms during his electoral campaign earlier this year. If they all go ahead, there will be substantial changes to how investment income is taxed.
There’s no two ways about it, learning a foreign language is hard work, requiring ongoing determination and commitment.
We have now passed the first anniversary of the Brexit referendum. What do we know today about how Brexit might affect expatriates in France?.