Brexit and second home visits to France

After Brexit, will second home owners be able to spend longer than three months at a time in France? J.F.

As EU citizens, British people can currently spend three months in France unconditionally – and longer as long as they are self-supporting. Note though that if you stay for more than half the year you may be considered to be a French tax resident.

As long as they have not become French resident, second home owners may continue to use an Ehic card for healthcare here.

This will change after Brexit, although both the EU and the UK say they wish ...

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