Permanent residents are priority – ministry official

Permanent residency can be automatically acquired after five years of legal residence

Protecting the post-Brexit rights of Britons in France who have acquired permanent EU residency and have obtained a card proving it must be priority, a top French Interior Ministry official has said.

Speaking at the Assemblée Natio­nale in a discussion about Britons’ rights Agnès Fontana, who is responsible for foreigners’ acquisition of residence rights and ...

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