Tag Archives: Carte de séjour

British, French or Irish? Or all Three?

I don’t write about politics on this blog. Of course, I have my views, but I generally keep them to myself. So I haven’t mentioned the ‘B’ word (okay, Brexit) in my posts so far. However, I can’t ignore it … Continue reading

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Carte de Séjour – French Identity Card: Round 3

We’ve now reached the end of an administrative process that began in November last year – that of renewing our cartes de séjour, or identity cards for foreigners. Before you start worrying that you must have one, don’t lose any … Continue reading

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Carte de Séjour – French Identity Card: Round 2

I wrote about Round 1 of our efforts to renew our Cartes de Séjour here. When we first moved to France in 1997, these cards were obligatory. They are no longer so for EU citizens but we decided we wanted … Continue reading

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Carte de Séjour – French Identity Card: Round 1

The SF and I toddled off to the Préfecture in Montauban today. There it is above in its splendour. However, we were round the back in the modern annex.  We wanted to renew our Cartes de séjour (identity cards). When you … Continue reading

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