Brexit advice

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I am 64, living in Ariege since January 2001 and working here since 2004. My husband same age but he is an artist with minimal income.  I have a little over the minimum salary with a mutuelle from my work, he has no mutuelle.  I have done nothing about acquiring the necessary papers that we need to live here after Brexit, and I don't know where to start. Now that a no-deal Brexit looks likely I am starting to panic.  Can anybody help me with some free advice?  I'm sorry to ask but I am getting old, have increasing mental health issues, and no money, and I really don't know what I should be doing to protect myself and my husband against the potential loss of rights to which this Brexit catastrophe has exposed us.  

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First off - don't panic 

Frankly there is nothing to do yet until we know whether a no deal occurs or not . Those that have sorted a carte de sejour may or may not have gained a time ( but so what ) avantage only. By the end of 2020 the 

decisions will be final ; we will then have at least 6 months to sort ourselves out . Probably pay €130 for a residency card , but we could be refused on grounds of income ; in your case unlikely. A mutuelle for your husband would cost iro €70 /month . 

Jèdt sit it out for the moment.

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