The United Kingdom will leave the European Union at midnight on 31 January 2020. A transition period, guaranteeing the freedom of movement, will then begin.

The exit agreement, validated by the United Kingdom and ratified by the European Parliament, specifies the main provisions relating to the right of residence, the right to work and social security coverage for British nationals and their family members in the countries of the European Union as well as European nationals and their family members in the territory of the United Kingdom

Ministerial instructions to enhance the attractiveness of France – provisions concerning applications at the Prefecture under the Talent Passport scheme

Making France attractive to international talent is a government priority. The Ministry of the Interior reminds us of the main measures in force in order to ensure quality reception and promprt processing of applications at the Prefecture under the Talent Passport residence permit scheme

Client Alert – Measures announced by Government to improve the immigration, asylum and integration policy in France

Twenty measures to “improve the immigration, asylum and integration policy” in France were presented by the Government on 6 November 2019

Client Alert – France launches online system for the filing of residence permit applications of UK nationals already residing in France at the time Brexit occurs, in case of no-deal Brexit

In preparation of a no-deal Brexit, and following the provisions made by the French government earlier this year, an online service is now available to allow UK nationals already residing in France at the time Brexit occurs to file their residence permit application online.

Client Alert – Declaration and control of posted workers: publication of a decree and an order

These two texts specify the conditions of application of workers’ secondment (posting) and the fight against illegal work, as well as the activities exempted from the secondment declaration and the designation of the representative in France. They entered into force the day after their publication on 5 June, except for certain provisions that will be applicable from 1 July 2019.