UK expats living in France warned of income tests

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France has begun to issue some UK expats with just 30 days to vacate their homes if they fail to meet the country's general residency and earnings criteria, despite ongoing Brexit uncertainty. According to an interview in UK news outlet The Independent by a writer named Emma Lawrence, the French government has already begun the process of of forcing out British residents who have not met the rules within the France's 'Carte de Sejour' residency permits and 'sufficent resources' income rules. Rules relating to minimum income levels now mean that any of the 200,000+ UK citizens that live i...

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