Brexit and France: latest reader questions answered

Long-stay visas, cards, bank fees and other Brexit-related reader questions answered in the August edition of Connexion.
Long-stay visas, cards, bank fees and other Brexit-related reader questions answered in the August edition of Connexion.

We answer a handful of reader questions on Brexit-topics including long-stay visas, cards, bank fees and more.

I already have a residency card as an EU citizen – do I also need to apply for a With­drawal Agreement card?

All Britons living in France will have to apply for one of the new residency cards by June 30, 2021, to remain legally in France if they do not also have French or another EU nationality – though the French government has said it will not penalise long-term residents who have not applied by that date.

If you previously obtained one of the optional residency cards as an EU citizen, a scan/phone photograph of this can be supplied with the new application to help prove ...

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