2

Do you wether the law applies to every French citizens or just for the former colonies? It applies to all French citizens, no matter where they live(d) or how they became French. And do you know if death of one of the French parents who was the "source" of the French nationality stops the counting of the 50 years? If someone leaves France and ...


1

I'm not 100% certain, but it seems that yes, documents not in French require a court approved translation. I believe the translation to French must be conducted first, and then what the French call "legalisation" which I believe must be carried out by the French embassy or consulate in the country where the document was issued. This is not required ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible