France: How to stay more than 90 days after Brexit for £ 1,200 a month | Travel News

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France: How to stay more than 90 days after Brexit for £ 1,200 a month | Travel News


For a married couple, this can be done by submitting a marriage certificate in the visa application process.

Second residence visas will be a bit easier as they will not need to demonstrate such a high monthly income.

Britons with a second home in France will take this into account and will be able to benefit from a long-stay visa with a lower income.

Another way to get around the income specification is to factor in savings. If the British can prove that they have enough money saved to supplement their income, their application can be accepted.

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