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If you’re an ex­pat and el­i­gi­ble to ap­ply for French cit­i­zen­ship, do you in­tend to do so as a re­sult of Brexit?

Doe Evans We have plans in place to be liv­ing in France per­ma­nently by 2021. We have al­ready started look­ing at op­tions for our pen­sions in­clud­ing what would

hap­pen if we ap­plied for French cit­i­zen­ship. In­ter­est­ing times are ahead. I never thought I would re­nounce my Bri­tish pass­port but now it’s a def­i­nite and se­ri­ous con­sid­er­a­tion.

Gwyn Swift In the process of trans­fer­ring ev­ery­thing to France and be­gin­ning a solid pa­per trail for cit­i­zen­ship as a di­rect re­sult of Brexit.

Saman­tha Dun­bar I had no in­ten­tion of ap­ply­ing for a French pass­port un­til the Brexit vote. My son al­ways wanted to be French any­way (he was eight when he moved to France), but my hus­band and I didn’t and had no need. I am wait­ing to hear what hap­pens in the Brexit ne­go­ti­a­tions while wait­ing for the five years to tick by.

Eliz­a­beth Clare Blake It’s a def­i­nite con­sid­er­a­tion in light of Brexit.

Nigel Bridger Cit­i­zen­ship has al­ways been in mind and not be­cause of Brexit.

Keith Foley I’d been think­ing about it be­fore the vote but af­ter the 52% un­for­tu­nately pre­vailed I will def­i­nitely be ap­ply­ing.

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