Brexit and incomes: France to be flexible

‘Generous approach’ but residency refusals reported

France will take a “generous and flexible” approach to minimum income levels for residency criteria for Britons after Brexit.

It was feared that income levels for obtaining an obligatory card could pose particular problems in the case of a no-deal.

Non-EU pensioners currently applying, for example, need a minimum income of €1,200 net per person per month – ...

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