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Forum: Europe
Oct 8th 2013, 12:18 am
Replies: 4
Views: 1,749
Posted By brioche

Re: Travelling with Dual Citizenship

$170 sounds like a small price to pay for something as useful as EU citizenship, but each to their own ... :-)



It depends on the airport, but often seems to be acceptable when travelling as a...
Forum: France
Aug 3rd 2013, 11:19 am
Replies: 10
Views: 4,703
Posted By brioche

Re: Caution bancaire for renting

When I moved here, I opened a bank account with the address of the hotel I was staying at, then changed it as soon as I moved into rented accommodation.

If you have some form of accommodation...
Forum: Europe
Jul 31st 2013, 8:02 pm
Replies: 4
Views: 1,479
Posted By brioche

Re: Travelling with Dual Citizenship?

The London embassy (http://london.usembassy.gov/cons_new/acs/passports/index.html) would appear to be a good place to start.

Is he aware of the obligations of being a US citizen resident abroad...
Jun 15th 2013, 12:19 am
Replies: 24
Views: 4,208
Posted By brioche

Re: Looking for what evidence I need for Irish Citizenship through descent?

It used to be possible to acquire Irish citizenship through marriage, but that's no longer the case.

Once you've lived there for a while you could apply for naturalisation. The residence...
Jun 14th 2013, 8:38 am
Replies: 24
Views: 4,208
Posted By brioche

Re: Looking for what evidence I need for Irish Citizenship through descent?

The page you refer to is about applying for Irish citizenship, not an Irish passport. It is intended for those people who are not citizens but are entitled to register as such.

A person born...
Replies: 15
Views: 2,106
Posted By brioche

Re: British citizen born in Ireland moving US-born kids back to the UK

No, that only applies to the OP's grandchildren. He was born in Ireland, so his children are already Irish citizens by descent.
Replies: 15
Views: 2,106
Posted By brioche

Re: British citizen born in Ireland moving US-born kids back to the UK

The OP states that he is a British citizen, but you're right that birth in Ireland to British parents wouldn't imply this in all cases.
Replies: 15
Views: 2,106
Posted By brioche

Re: British citizen born in Ireland moving US-born kids back to the UK

That makes you an Irish citizen by birth and a British citizen by descent.



Your children are already Irish citizens, so you can get them (and yourself, should you wish) Irish passports from...
Replies: 17
Views: 2,544
Posted By brioche

Re: Applying for Dual Citizenship [HELP]

Since your father was born in the UK before 1983 then he's a British citizen by birth, regardless of the status of his parents, and you are a British citizen by descent.

To apply for a British...
Replies: 17
Views: 2,544
Posted By brioche

Re: Applying for Dual Citizenship [HELP]

I'm confused now. Was your father born in the UK? If so then you are already a British citizen by descent; otherwise you are not, and have no options for applying for citizenship by registration.
Replies: 17
Views: 2,544
Posted By brioche

Re: Applying for Dual Citizenship [HELP]

In any case, applications for Section 3(2) registration (http://britishexpats.com/wiki/British_Citizenship_by_Descent#How_can_I_get_British_citizenship_for_my_child.3F) are only accepted for children...
Forum: France
May 8th 2013, 2:18 pm
Replies: 28
Views: 7,906
Posted By brioche

Re: French tax implications of savings in UK account

The UK–France double taxation treaty states that bank interest is taxable only in the country of residence, so it's the gross interest (i.e. the income) that goes in column 5 of section 2B of form...
Forum: France
Apr 10th 2013, 10:06 pm
Replies: 28
Views: 7,906
Posted By brioche

Re: French tax implications of savings in UK account

It's the interest (i.e. the income) that's taxed, not the amount of money in the account. This principle applies in France as it does in the UK.

The interest will be taxable only in France once...
Forum: Europe
Mar 30th 2013, 12:10 pm
Replies: 12
Views: 48,457
Posted By brioche

Re: Traveling to the EU without a Passport

The UK is in the EU. But as FlyingDutchman6666 says, any travel outside the Common Travel Area (UK, Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, Ireland) requires a valid international travel document. For British...
Forum: France
Mar 25th 2013, 8:48 am
Replies: 12
Views: 860
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting Married

Acquiring French citizenship by marriage has different residence conditions (http://vosdroits.service-public.fr/particuliers/F2726.xhtml) from the usual route.
Forum: France
Mar 23rd 2013, 10:14 pm
Replies: 12
Views: 860
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting Married

Foreign visitors and residents are supposed to carry proof of their right to be in the country. For EEA and Swiss citizens without a residence permit, this means a national identity card or passport....
Forum: France
Mar 23rd 2013, 4:18 pm
Replies: 12
Views: 860
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting Married

I'm not sure exactly how this will work but I can give some pointers.

For the year in which you get married, the general rule is that you sumbit either one joint French tax return for the whole of...
Forum: France
Mar 23rd 2013, 3:14 pm
Replies: 12
Views: 860
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting Married

Although it's no longer compulsory, EEA and Swiss citizens may request a residence permit if they so wish (http://vosdroits.service-public.fr/particuliers/F16003.xhtml). You would apply in your local...
Forum: France
Feb 23rd 2013, 1:41 pm
Replies: 13
Views: 9,485
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting a French Passport Through a Parent

Ah, OK.

The other thread appeared inconclusive to me about whether citizenship by descent had to be documented under French law while a minor, and I can't find any clear information on French...
Forum: France
Feb 22nd 2013, 10:21 pm
Replies: 13
Views: 9,485
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting a French Passport Through a Parent

Well, people keep saying it on these forums. :-)



The USA used to be more intolerant of multiple citizenship but doesn't seem to care much these days as long as US citizens present themselves...
Forum: France
Feb 22nd 2013, 9:52 pm
Replies: 13
Views: 9,485
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting a French Passport Through a Parent

The OP is asking about documenting French citizenship inherited from his father, not applying for naturalisation.
Forum: France
Feb 21st 2013, 10:08 pm
Replies: 13
Views: 9,485
Posted By brioche

Re: Getting a French Passport Through a Parent

Have a look at the previous thread (http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=785318) on this topic.

Assuming EU freedom of movement is here to stay, documenting French citizenship is likely...
Feb 12th 2013, 9:41 pm
Replies: 19
Views: 4,675
Posted By brioche

Re: Car - what best to do when moving?

Er, no. See Terminology of the British Isles (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminology_of_the_British_Isles)
Jan 21st 2013, 11:20 pm
Replies: 42
Views: 4,296
Posted By brioche

Re: British Drivers License

According to INF1D - How to fill in your application for a driving licence (D1) (http://www.dft.gov.uk/dvla/forms/~/media/pdf/leaflets/INF1D.ashx):

If you exchange your non-UK licence you must...
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