France's no-deal carte website works well but...

... what if there IS a Brexit deal?

THE French government, as promised, has launched a website for British residents to apply online for the cards they will be obliged to obtain in the case of a no-deal Brexit.

The site can be found at invite.contacts-demarches.interieur.gouv.fr. Click the Brexit option, then the link in French. 

There is an English option at the bottom of the page.

Jeremy Mor­gan QC, deputy chairman of the British in Europe coalition, said the sense of urgency is due to the fact that France is the only EU country – apart from the UK – where EU citizens are not required to undertake official registration.

Speaking to the House of Lords, he said France had ...

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