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The voie verte goes right past my house. There's a barrier at each end of a 3km (approx.)section with a sign saying route barrée. I can't see the logic because the path is wide enough to pass with a 2m distance. You are only allowed to go up to 1km from home for exercising.
- Mon 16 Sep 2019 18:53
- Forum: Discussions
- Topic: Help finding real information from the Government
- Replies: 2
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Try typing "demande de titre de séjour pour conjoint de français" in your search bar. Maybe some info on there.
I assumed that people were on holiday and not looking at the forum. I often check to see if anyone's asked for info or help in case I can be of assistance, having lived here quite some time. Maybe people tend to look more to FB, there are so many groups dealing with life in France, cartes de séjour,...
- Mon 29 Jul 2019 19:22
- Forum: The Great Outdoors
- Topic: Climbing the Canigou - any recommendations?
- Replies: 7
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Check before you go, there´s been a rock fall earlier this month which has blocked one of the routes. I also heard a rumor that someone´s been going round changing the route direction signs.
- Wed 05 Jun 2019 22:31
- Forum: Travel
- Topic: Automatic Ticket to get through French Tolls
- Replies: 7
- Views: 5217
We got ours from the Vinci boutique near Rivesaltes. You can get to it from the motorway or the main road. I see you can get them now which goes right down to Portugal. vinci-autoroutes.com/fr
- Tue 07 May 2019 19:41
- Forum: Anything about Anything
- Topic: Funeral advice please
- Replies: 3
- Views: 4617
We've been to several, both cremations and church services (been here a long time) During the church service we filed past the coffin in the church, just put a hand on it to pay respects.After the service close family are at the door, shake hands, give condolences. There may be a condolence book to ...
- Mon 25 Mar 2019 21:00
- Forum: Welcome to the P-O. Life Forum
- Topic: Carte de séjour
- Replies: 5
- Views: 5189
Post brexit you will only be allowed to stay for 90 days in any 180 days. For a carte de séjour you need to be fiscally resident. You will also need proof of income and health insurance.
We've bought various vehicles in France, privately and through dealerships but never been asked for proof of residence. Keep the grey card on you when driving, but don't leave it in the car. The grey card must have the owners name on it.
Our initial application 20+ yrs ago required translations of birth & marriage certificates, which we re-presented in August, along with the usual other stuff - tax returns, electricity bills, 5 yrs of each. I found all the info and request forms on the prÃ©fecture Perpignan site. They also required ...