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Since 2009, France and the UK have a double taxation treaty (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/france-tax-treaties) So, you have to pay your yearly tax in the country you spend at least 183 days (half the year+1). Then, you can deduct what you've paid in the other country with the double taxation treaty. I am familiar with this situation concerning ...


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But my husband needs to register, is that right? That is correct. If he needs to register, will we need to show some rent agreement? Possibly. See Carte de séjour de membre de la famille d'un citoyen de l'Union/EEE/Suisse. As far as I can tell, though, temporary accommodations should be sufficient, including those obtained through AirBnb. Specifically, ...


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In principle, you are supposed to apply for a long-stay visa before moving to France and you can only do that at the consulate serving the place where you live. You should be asked to submit documentation of your status as a resident (e.g. a residence permit or long-stay visa from the relevant country) together with your application. This applies across the ...


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