How to apply for French Nationality

Since Brexit, all that is legally required to remain living in France is a valid residency card. However, there are potential advantages to becoming a naturalised French Citizen. And whilst it is by no means a pre-requisite to live the rest of your days in France, many expats do ultimately choose to apply for French Nationality for a variety of different reasons.
A year on from Brexit, what’s changed?

A year on from Brexit, what’s changed?

Brexit, schmexit: a year after the transition period ended Brits are buying homes and planning exciting retirements in our favourite European destinations just like we always did. Processes have been smoothed out, a host of professionals are on hand to help us fill in the forms and the welcome is as warm as ever. We look at some of the key developments over the past 12 months. 

Moving to France after Brexit: what has changed?

A Brexit trade deal has finally been secured and the UK is no longer a part of the European Union. In practice, this raises a lot of questions for those moving to France after Brexit – will you need a visa? What about residency and healthcare? We endeavour to cover the main points, from visas to buying your dream property.

GHIC: Your post-Brexit healthcare is covered

Good news! The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is being replaced with a Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). This means that Brits travelling to Cyprus, and indeed all EU countries, will still be able to receive free, or cheaper, state-provided medical care.

Living in Spain after Brexit: what you need to know

So, it’s finally happened. The deal has been done, and the UK has officially left the European Union. This has left many of us with questions. Where can I live with a British passport after Brexit? Will my expat rights stay the same? Can I easily travel to Europe after Brexit?