Self-isolation: Upon arrival in the UK, you must remain isolated for 14 days and you may be contacted regularly during this period to ensure that you comply with the measure. If you are visiting the UK for less than this period, you must remain in isolation throughout your stay. You can then leave without public transport to reach the airport or the train station. To visit France for a short stay, a visa may be required. The official French visa website lists the nationalities that need it. The passports of these travellers are stamped at the border and the validity of the visas can be verified. If you or your family members do not have a permanent residence permit under EU or national law, the authorities check whether you and your family members meet the legal residence requirements under EU law and whether you have the right to stay. “We have worked so hard in this country to reduce our level of infection, the last thing we want to do is get people back and bring the infection. It`s about protecting everyone,” Shapps told BBC Breakfast. We know that some of you who have already applied for an exchange of your licence have experienced delays. A high volume of applications in 2019 has led to a large backlog in the French system. Although they have updated their processes, unfortunately, there are still a few cases that take a little longer, and we are working with CERT to resolve the urgent cases that we have seen.
We are not able to provide answers to individual cases, but contact us via our web form (www.contact-embassy.service.gov.uk/…) in case of emergency, for example. B if your UK licence and certificate have expired and you are unable to contact CERT. In addition, you must apply for the new resident status in accordance with the withdrawal agreement. Check with the French authorities to find out if you can apply directly for this new resident status. You should make sure that you comply with the EU rules in force before the end of the transition period: in our weekly Facebook Q-As to answer your questions about covid-19, travel and transition to the UK, we have noticed some recurring questions about residency. So it is here that we have gathered our responses to those that are most frequently put in place. Detailed information on applying for a residency can be found on the application`s website and on the Living guide in France. As soon as the Decree of the French Government is published, we will be… However, PCR testing is not mandatory for travel between France and the UK. In addition, a PCR test does not rule out quarantine upon arrival in the UK. Do you have a company in France that interacts with the UK? Do you want to make sure you`re ready for a smooth transition at the end of December? See travel guide pages for the French overseas territory you visit.
If you are travelling from a country that is not exempt from the French travel restrictions of Covid 19, you can only enter France if your trip is strictly necessary and meets the exemption criteria. You must also complete an international certificate of movement of goods and an affidavit stating that you do not have symptoms Covid 19. Upon arrival in France, you may also need to present a negative test result less than 72 hours before departure. If you do not have this result, you may be asked to take this test at your arrival airport in France. For more information, click here. If, in the last 14 days, you have travelled or transited through a country that is not on the exception lists, you must meet the quarantine period 14 days after leaving the country.