Brexit card site open in October: How to prove residency?

European flag at Downing Street. Brexit card site to open in October + proving residency.
European flag at Downing Street

All Britons living in France before the end of the transition must apply for new “Brexit deal” cards to benefit from the Withdrawal Agreement.

*UPDATE: Since this article was published, the French Ministry of the Interior has announced that it is postponing the re-launching of their residency permit portal from 1 July to 1 October 2020 because of the impact of Covid-19. You can read their update here:…/brexit/…/vous-etes-britannique.html.

This will be done via a new website which the French government is set to open in July. British in Europe’s Fiona Godfrey said: “We understand that the timetable for implementing the Withdrawal Agreement is on track in France. The biggest concern will be the sheer ...

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