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The online site for applications is now offline. This message is posted.

The website “ONLINE PROCEDURE TO REQUEST A RESIDENCE PERMIT FOR BRITISH CITIZENS RESIDING IN FRANCE BEFORE THE UNITED KINGDOM’S WITHDRAWAL DATE FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION” opened in the event of a no-deal Brexit which has been ruled out is now closed.

The French Ministry of Interior is launching its update in order to remain within the framework of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal agreement from the European Union which was eventually reached and ratified by both parties.

The provisions of the withdrawal agreement are applicable to British citizens and their family members already residing or planning to reside in France before 31 December, 2020.

Although the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU is effectively starting from 1 February 2020, the withdrawal agreement provides for a transition period until 31 December 2020, during which all British citizens will keep the rights they acquired as EU citizens.

Pursuant to the withdrawal agreement, the British citizens residing in France will be issued specific residence permits “United Kingdom’s withdrawal agreement from the EU” for which they will have to apply before 1 July, 2021. British citizens residing in France will not be required to hold a residence permit until 1 July, 2021.

For this purpose, a new website adapted to the provisions of the withdrawal agreement will be opened in anticipation early July 2020.

If you are a British citizen or a family member of a British citizen and you have already applied for a residence permit on the no-deal Brexit website, you do not need to make another online application. Your application has been taken into account and will be processed by the local prefecture before the obligation to hold a residence permit becomes enforceable.
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Post by FrenchForumSurvivor »

Thanks for that, Aardvark, it's reassuring that "British citizens residing in France will not be required to hold a residence permit until 1 July, 2021." Breathing space.
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Laugh I nearly did. I have a RDV for my TdeS on Wednesday after 18 mths wait. My dossier is complete. Just by chance I sent a mail yesterday with a question and received a reply this morning at 07.30 (do they work all night at the Préfecture?).
I think it is a standard letter. Anyway, it was very long and most didn't apply.
At the end it said that it would be preferable to apply on the new site which may be operational in July. However, it said you may apply for a TdeS and it cannot be refused.
Final line of the letter. "All appointments have been cancelled"
So if I hadn't contacted I would have made a three hour round trip for nothing.

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New Website system will not be available until October. No extension to end date of end June 2021 at the moment.

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Post by elsie »

I posted this https://www.newfrenchforum.com/viewtopi ... 07#p164807 on 28 June. The first link is the French Government web site for all Brexit information and contains the updates on and will contain links to the application process. Probably easiest to bookmark that page for further official information

According to this page https://brexit.gouv.fr/sites/brexit/acc ... ue-en.html the application system start date has changed to October 2020:
Due to the sanitary crisis, the opening of the http://invite.contacts-demarches.interieur.gouv.fr website, initially planned on 1st July 2020, has been postponed to the 1st of October, 2020.

They'll probably get round to updating http://invite.contacts-demarches.interi ... -in-France and other pages mentioning July 2020 sometime in the future (which has now been done)

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10 days to go before the site opens!

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En principe, nothing to do for those of us that submitted all the info on line beforehand. Hopefully, we'll be contacted as "promised".
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curtis wrote:
Mon Sep 21, 2020 12:51 pm
En principe, nothing to do for those of us that submitted all the info on line beforehand. Hopefully, we'll be contacted as "promised".
Yup same here, just anticipating a flood of new posts !

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