VISITING FRANCE...AND BREXIT


Until 29 March 2019, to enter and to stay in the United Kingdom or France, the traveller must be in possession of a valid passport or national identity card. No visa is required.


In the event of a withdrawal agreement coming into force

In this case, and until 31 December 2020, the conditions will be the same as at present, i.e. the traveller must be in possession of a valid passport or national identity card. No visa will be required, neither for a short stay nor for a long stay.

In the absence of a withdrawal agreement

In this case, French or British citizens will be considered third-country nationals when visiting from 29 March 2019 and will be subject to checks at border crossings, although measures are already being envisaged to maintain a certain fluidity at border crossings.

In addition, the French or British traveller will have to be in possession of a passport and could need:

·         Short-stay visas, depending on a decision to be taken by the British government (at this stage, the British government has indicated its intention not to subject European nationals to a visa requirement for short stays) and by the European Union (the European Commission presented on 13 November 2018 a proposal for a regulation to exempt United Kingdom nationals travelling to the European Union from a visa requirement, if the United Kingdom reciprocally grants a visa exemption to all European Union citizens).

·         Long stay visas if they wish to stay more than 90 days.



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