Residing in France post Brexit9 Replies
I'm buying a house in France but the purchase date is after 31/12/20 (end of transition). I'm also a self employed, work from home professional. The question is does anyone know the "real" rules i.e. not the "what you can get away with" rules, regarding residing in France on a permanent basis and operating as a micro entrepreneur now the UK is no longer part of the EU? The .gov.uk website doesn't give a lot away, other than you'd be allowed to spend 90 days out of 180, or get a long stay visa for work, study, etc. I'd be going there to work but doing UK work remotely so the work is effectively me - I do however want to pay my taxes in France. The French website (directed to from the .gov website isn't saying "KEEP OUT" but its also very vague, saying about just requirements but that's a pretty vague description.I've lived in France for a couple of years before and operated as a micro entrepreneur but sadly sold up. I do not have any family connections with France etc so cant use that route. Anyone's insight or knowledge is appreciated.