Annual cartes would be costly for pensioners

Retired British people on low incomes who moved to France within the last five years face having to make a costly and time-consuming carte de séjour application every year for life if there is a no-deal Brexit and no new rules are agreed.

This is because the rules in the new French decree setting out simplified procedures for obtaining non-EU citizen cards after a no-deal Brexit only apply for applications in the six months after Brexit, an Interior Ministry source told Connexion.

The decree, fleshing out procedures outlined in an ordonnance ...

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