Carte de séjour refused to Briton due to low income

A reader from north west France who runs a gardening business as a micro-entrepreneur has been refused a carte de séjour because her income is too low.

She asked to remain anonymous but told Connexion her income was reduced in recent years due to illness and she has survived on money from a charity.

She now faces two problems: refusal on grounds of her low, irregular income, plus ...

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