British Residents After Brexit: French Residence Permit Application Process Description video: British Residents After Brexit: French Residence Permit Application Process\n\nFrance Finalises Rights Of British Residents After Brexit: French Residence Permit Application Process\n\nBrexit: France lays down British rights post Brexit\n\nRights of […]
British Residents After Brexit: French Residence Permit Application Process
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British Nationals Need to Act Now\n\n\n\n✈ In this video:\n00:00 – France Finalises Rights Of British Residents After Brexit: French Residence Permit Application Process\n\n0:52 – Brexit France finalises rights of British residents after Brexit\n\nThe French government has published its anticipated decree laying out the rights and responsibilities of British residents as the Brexit transition period nears its end.\n\nThe decree was finally published in the Journal Officiel on November 20, making it a legally binding document.\n\n01:42 – France Residence permit\n\nEvery British national living in France needs to apply for a carte de séjour residency permit online\n\nBritish nationals will get a card bearing the words Accord de retrait du Royaume Uni de l’UE – Withdrawal agreement between the UK and EU.\n\n02:07 – Deadline for Applying for France Status \u0026 Residency\n to benefit from the Withdrawal Agreement, British nationals need to be legally resident in France before December 31, 2020, this decree does not cover people who move to France after this date.\n\nEveryone must have made their application for a card by June 30, 2021 and must have a card by October 1, 2021\n\n02:47 – France Residence Status\nUntil October 1, 2021, there is no requirement for British nationals to have a carte de séjour in order to live, work, study or receive healthcare or benefits in France.\n\n03:07 – France Permanent Status\n\nUK nationals who have already lived in France for more than five years will be given a carte de séjour permanent.\n\nThe card is valid for 10 years and can be renewed, but the right to remain is for life and you will not need to prove your eligibility again.\n\nUK nationals who have lived in France for less than five years but are married to a French person will also be given a carte de séjour permanent.\n\nUK nationals who have lived in France for less than five years will be given a five-year card, which can then be exchanged for a carte de séjour permanent at the end of the five-year period.\n\nUK nationals who have lived in France for more than five years only need to prove their identity and how long they have been in France.\n\nUK nationals who have lived in France for less than five years need to prove that they fit into one of the categories of applicant – working, student, job-seeker, family member or economically inactive.\n\nUK Nationals who are not working will need to prove they have health coverage and have enough resources not to be a burden on the French state.\n\n04:17 – Family members of UK Nationals\n\nThe Withdrawal Agreement covers any British national and family members legally residing in France by December 31, 2020.\n\n\n05:08 – Cross-border workers\n\nUK Nationals who are working in France but living in another country, known as frontaliers, can apply for a cross-border worker card that will allow them to work in France – either as an employee or on a self-employed basis.\n\nThey will receive a card bearing the words Travailleur frontalier/Accord de retrait du Royaume-Uni de l’UE – Non-résident. \n\nAs with the other categories covered by the decree, this applies to people who are already working in France and living elsewhere before December 31, 2020.\n\nHave you settled your residency status? comment below.\n\nIf you need assistance with a visa to Europe or the UK, including help with securing your travel arrangements, IaM can help.\n\nFor visa advice, contact your IAM coordinator.\n\n\n\n\n\nIf you’re still unsure about your application, let us help you out! \n👉https://immigrationandmigration.com/schengen-visas/\n\n✈ Read the full article at \nhttps://immigrationandmigration.com/brexit-france-finalises-rights-of-british-residents-after-brexit/\n\n✈ Keep up with France Schengen Visa information at \nhttps://immigrationandmigration.com/category/schengen-visas/france/ \n\n✈ Keep up with Schengen Visa News \u0026 Information at \nhttps://immigrationandmigration.com/category/news-and-events/schengen-visa-news/\n\n==========================\n\n✈ Apply for your Schengen Visa at https://immigrationandmigration.com/schengen-visas to get your Schengen Visa!\n\n==========================\n\n✈ Find us on social media:\n. 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Brexit created 2,500 jobs in France and raised € 170 billion in assets
The head of the Bank of France claims that “50 British businesses” have moved across the English Channel, while Dublin, Amsterdam and Frankfurt have also benefited.
The head of the Bank of France said that Britain’s exit from the European Union led to the creation in France of almost 2.5 thousand jobs and «at least 170 billion euros in assets».
London remains the continent’s foremost financial hub, but Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt and Paris are struggling to attract businesses that wanted to remain active in the 19-country eurozone..
The coronavirus pandemic has made boosting business even more important given its severe economic impact.
«Despite the pandemic, almost 2,500 jobs have already been transferred, and about 50 UK organizations have authorized the transfer of assets worth at least € 170 billion (£ 150 billion) to France at the end of 2020», – said the head of the regulator Francois Villerois de Gallo during a press briefing.
«More transfers are expected and should increase this year», – he added.
In particular, Brexit has forced Europe to develop its financial autonomy, de Gallo said.
The EU will allow London clearing houses to operate across the continent for 18 months because the EU does not have its own comparable institutions.
However, after this period, financial transactions in euros will theoretically have to be made within the EU..
Besides, «present« financial union» should allow better mobilization of surplus savings, as de Gallo said.
He urged to use the opportunity presented by Brexit to create a functional «capital markets union» the weight.
Boris Johnson admitted in December that the terms of the Brexit deal with the EU «don’t go as far as we would like» in providing access to EU markets for financial services, although the UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak later offered the prospect of improving access.