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From 1st October 2021, the UK no longer accepts identity cards at passport checks. If a member of your family is not British, they will have to show a passport to travel to the UK.
The British Community Committee in France can help British expats living in France in all manner of ways. Claire Godfrey explains.
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Communication the BCC's operating programme over the year
Nationals of 63 countries, including the UK, do not currently need a visa to enter the Schengen area. However, the exemption procedure will change later in 2023
Welcome to the December Edition of Voisins Voices
If you are travelling outside France, do not get caught out by Low Emission Zone regulations
Promoting the Newsletters and Special Event posters of Member Associations & the BCC Directory Sponsors
If you British passport is about to run out, here is some guidance on how to apply for a new one.
Before travelling to France on holiday, for work or to live permanently after 1st January 2021, make sure you check how long you can stay.
Covid related restrictions have been removed for travel into France from the UK
Grant Shapps, UK Transport Secretary, has announced all remaining rules will be dropped from 4am on Friday 18th March
It may be possible to donate to a British charity and get a tax deduction in France
The French Interior Ministry has launched the ANEF, a site which over time should allow non-French citizens to carry out their administrative tasks on line.
The rules are different depending on whether you arrived in France before or after 1st January 2021
If you need to contact the British Embassy about a problem, you can use their contact form
This article gives you some tips in relation to TVA and duties that may be payable on items shipped from the UK to France