As of 1 October 2021, all British nationals must be in possession of a special residence permit under the withdrawal agreement (if they arrived in France before 31 December 2020), either via a standard residence permit (if they arrived in France on 1 January 2021 or after). If you have already applied for a Brexit residence permit without a deal between 9 October 2019 and 31 January 2020, you do not need to apply online again. Your application has been reviewed and will be processed by the prefecture before the requirement to have a residence permit is enforceable against you. Some family members (of any nationality) who lived with a British national on a given date may apply for and receive the same length of time as the legally established British family member. However, those who arrive in France after the withdrawal date or after 31 December 2020 in the event of a withdrawal agreement will have to sign a republican integration treaty in the same way as third-country nationals. You and your family members are exempt from the ETIAS and Visas requirements upon entry to France. The new biometric residence card will be available no later than January 1, 2021. They will receive a biometric residence card similar to that of residence cards issued to other non-EU nationals residing in the EU. This card shows you the rights defined in the payment agreement, including your right to enter France.

British citizens who arrive in France from 1 January 2021 and who do not have family ties to a British citizen covered by the agreement are granted a residence permit in accordance with national law. If you are legally resident in France, you can obtain a social security card for health care (vital card). To obtain a French social security card, you must register with your Primary Health Insurance Fund (CPAM) on site. You can tell yourself what documents you need for your registration. Mutual coverage is also available to cover health care costs that are not covered by a vital card. On 31 January 2020, the French government published an update on future maps, but many questions remain unanswered. If you have any questions about residence card applications, please email us with the term „residence card“ in the e.E. subject.

British nationals who wish to apply for French citizenship after the date of the UK`s withdrawal from the European Union will only have to submit their application online and their status will be fully digital. Status holders can view it online, but do not receive a card attesting to its status. To do this, you must visit the UK government website. The UK Embassy and British campaign groups in France had postponed the request for a map until that date if there were any doubts about the satisfaction of the higher level. Residence cards: minimum income level for pensioners These 11 months are used to prepare for the implementation of the withdrawal agreement and to anticipate future relations between the EU and the UK. There has been uncertainty on this point, as the site of the application for new residence cards of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement (WA) opened on 19 October drew attention to the amount of Aspa income assistance for the over-65s. This is unlike RSA, which is lower which is mentioned as the required level for young people. If you live in France on the date of withdrawal in the UK, you can remain registered in the UK social security system and continue to receive health care for a period of two years under the guise of Form A1.

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