Removals to France in 2020 after Brexit

The team at Advance Moves international removals have been busy putting together all the information you need to know about Removals to France in 2020 after Brexit. As always advance moves aims to help people looking to move to France with as much information on the process of Removals to France after Brexit, together with the ability to obtain an instant online quotation for a removal to France in just 30 seconds, using the advance moves quick quote system.

Get an instant quote for a removal to France in 2020 after Brexit

To get a quotation for your removal to France in 2020 just visit the advance moves quick quote page and enter some basic details about your removal to France. Once you hit that submit button you will then have a quote for your removal to France emailed to you within 30 seconds. Your quick quote will give you a price range for your removal to France based on the data you entered but you will then start to receive up to 5 more accurate quotations for your removal to France from independent professional removal companies that can cover your removal requirements.

Advance moves saves you time and money on Removals to France in 2020.

The quick quote process is quick and easy and it saves you both time and money. You choose the mover that best suits your removal requirements. The entire quick quote process is free and without obligation so you can obtain up to 5 quotes for your removal to france without even leaving your sofa.

Removals to France in 2020 after Brexit

France remains one of the most popular destinations for many people who are tempted to move from Britain to countries with a nicer climate and a more relaxed way of life. The question now is how will a removal to France after brexit be undertaken.  The  UK left the EU on 31 January 2020 and the terms of the  departure are covered by the Withdrawal Agreement. Any  UK citizen living lawfully in an EU country on or before 31 December 2020, will benefit from being covered by the terms of the withdrawal agreement.

Removals to France and the withdrawal agreement

​Under the withdrawal agreement, you will be able to undertake removals to  France after Brexit  up to and including 31 December 2020 and enjoy the benefit of being covered by the Withdrawal Agreement. If you are thinking of undertaking  removals to France in 2020, then you will benefit from all that is agreed in the Brexit withdrawal agreement.

​​If you want to stay more than 90 days in France you will have to apply for a long-stay visa before you travel – see the French visa site (visas not available yet of course for UK citizens)

​ After 31 December 2020 it may be harder to gain legal residence – France may include language and other integration requirements. An integration contract. ​​

After Brexit  your employer or company will need to obtain permission for you to work.

As a Third Country National, you would be able to spend no more than 90 days at a time in France  unless you have a visa.

So Removals to France may become a whole load more complicated after Brexit in 2020.
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What about those who currently live in both the UK and France?

Those that l are currently living between the UK and France though are in a more vulnerable position with many people coming and going without any restriction.  As an EU citizen, you were permitted to spend 3 consecutive months in another EU country and at that point, the question of exercising treaty rights comes into play. This could affect your decision as to whether you undertake  removals to France during 2020. 

Removals to France is a big place to move to

France is a large country and has masses of beautiful coastline, vast and varied rural interiors, busy cities, bustling market towns and sleepy little villages. It has beaches and mountains and vineyards. Each  area in France has its own landscape, cuisine and dialect. You would be ill advised to move before deciding what you are looking for and thoroughly investigating the area in person. if you are looking to undertake removals to France in 2020, then a maybe some internet investigate would be a good idea.

Removals to France and the Varied weather

If you have only seen France in the summer it might be easy to assume that the days are always long and sunny. The south does get more than its fair share of sun, but the cold wind that can often whip up, can dramatically lower the temperature. Naturally, the mountainous areas of the Pyrenees, the Alps and the Massif Central experience heavy snowfall in winter. The Atlantic Coast tends to have mild temperatures without extremes of heat or cold.

Removals to France and The language

Most of us can manage some French gleaned at school, and  although English is widely spoken in France, resistance remains, and a good working knowledge of French will pay dividends not only in dealing with the bureaucracy with which you will be faced, but also in making friends and of course  good French is also essential for most jobs. Consider improving your language skills with an evening class or an audio or online course

Your health in France

France has an excellent national health service to which you are entitled if you are an EU resident and pay your contributions which are called cotisations. You’ll need to take a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).

However, the system does not cover the full cost of treatment and often requires you to pay up front and then claim back. You may wish to take out private health insurance through a mutuelle to cover the balance.

Buying property in France

It’s a good idea to rent in the area you have chosen, and look at properties locally, as those advertised specifically to foreigners are often overpriced. Remember that in France property is sold en l’etat (as is) and there will be no recourse if defects are discovered later on. If you plan significant renovations, leave plenty of time: you will need to get a building permit, for which you will have (unless the property is very small) to submit copious documents from a registered architect or building supervisor (maitre d’oeuvre) to the local town hall (the Mairie). The average price for purchasing a property in France is approximately €195,000 and below is the average cost of property as a whole in each region of France:

 

Removals to Annecy

Annecy is a lakeside alpine town in the Haute-Savoie area of the French Alps and is the ultimate destination for adventure-seekers. The lake offers sailing and other watersports, and nearby parkland has trails for cyclists, joggers and walkers With fantastic places to try canyoning or paragliding, or head to Le Semnoz for a challenging mountain biking excursion. Annecy is also just half an hour from popular ski resorts like Le Grand-Bornand and La Clusaz and  is cultural and historic, with plenty of exhibitions and museum tours to visit, and instead of the ancient structures being sparse and isolated, Old Town looks very much like it would have centuries ago. If you are looking for a job in the tourist industry then a removal to Annecy may be for you.

Removals to France and to Juan-les-Pins

Juan-les-Pins, located in Antibes on the Côte d’Azur, has one of the most scenic stretches of coastline in France. It has a  buzzing nightlife scene which is complemented by a laidback atmosphere during the day, and the area is especially popular with retirees who are looking for a relaxing, slow pace of life. Just 13 kilometres from the Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport, it’s easy to travel to and from France as needed, and it’s also a premier yachting destination. Desirable property in the area includes private villas and luxury penthouses. If you are looking to retire to France, then a removal to Juan-Les-Pins might be for you.

Removals to France and the Dordogne

Ten of the most beautiful villages in France are in Dordogne and  these include Castelnaud-la-Chapelle and La Roque-Gageac. If you love a taste of history, the town of Sarlat-la-Canéda has a high density of monuments, and Dordogne is also home to the famous Paleolithic paintings in the Lascaux caves. Wine lovers can get their fill in Bergerac, and local cuisine takes advantage of the area’s foi gras and truffles. Once you move to Dordogne, you can spend your days canoeing, cycling, golfing, horseback riding or swimming. If you are looking for a fairly active lifestyle steeped in history , then removals to the Dordogne could be for you.

Removals to Lake Geneva

Each town and city in the Lake Geneva area, known as  Lac Léman by the French,  has its own character and way of life. Most  of the lake is actually  in Switzerland, with about 40% of it is in the Haute-Savoie department of France. Considered a major international hub, Lake Geneva is one of the world’s main financial centres. The area offers a pleasurable and high-end, luxury lifestyle, with exclusive shopping and even a museum dedicated to watchmaker Patek Philippe. During warm months, the promenade becomes animated and carnival-like, with outdoor cafes and free bikes to enjoy for the afternoon. if you are looking to work within the financial sector then removals to Lake Geneva is probably for you.

Removals to France and Luberon

The Luberon, a fairytale-like massif in Provence, has dramatic hilltops, medieval hamlets, and ancient villages that date back over 1,000 years. Beloved for its privacy as well as its must-see sunrises over the valley, the Luberon offers the best of everything: outdoor sports and nature activities; cultural art exhibits; delicious regional cuisine and wineries; and fun festivals year-round. Called the Golden Triangle, which refers to the communes of Bonnieux, Gordes and Ménerbes, the Luberon also covers Le Petit Luberon, Le Grand Luberon and the Luberon Oriental. In this area you will find renovated mills, manor houses, elegant stone buildings, and 18th century farmhouses. If you are looking to relocate to France, then a removal to Luberon is worth considering.

Removals to Montpellier

Montpellier is a charming, yet old city located in southern France. Though it’s the capital of Languedoc-Roussillon and quickly growing, it’s still somewhat secret from tourists, giving locals and expats plenty of space to enjoy orchestra performances and musical festivals, plus the area’s hopping nightlife and the restaurants that stay open extra late. As you roam the streets, stop to view the 2,000-year-old monuments and the 15th century buildings with Gothic arches.  There are many expats in this area, so if you are looking to relocate tpo France, a removal to Montpellier could be for you.

Removals to Mougins and Valbonne

One of the French Riviera’s most popular destinations is the area surrounding Mougins and Balbonne.   You will find picturesque villages and well-known restaurants are complemented by some of France’s best international schools. Called the Silicon Valley of Europe and just a short drive from Cannes, the locale has the French Alps as a backdrop and sees sunny days almost all year long. French Riviera living means that expats can seek out waterfront villas, homes a bit further back but still with sea views, or countryside farmhouses. If you are looking for some tranquility and a slower pace of life then a removal to Mougins may be for you.

Removals to France and Nice

Set on the southeast coast, Nice is France’s fifth largest city and the capital of the French Riviera. This wonderful city has a notable mix of nationalities as well as a strong Italian influence. Since Nice is especially popular with tourists as there are plenty of things to see and do, there are a lot of job opportunities for expats who want to work in the tourist industry. For those who are looking to live surrounded by the arts, Nice offers a range of museums to visit and architecture to take in. if you are looking for a diverse city to live in then removals to Nice is well worth investigating.

Removals to Toulouse

Toulouse, the capital of the Haute-Garonne department, is considered by some expats and  French to be France’s most beautiful place to live. Located in the south, Toulouse has a very sort after Mediterranean climate, which means warm summers and mild winters. Since Toulouse is France’s fourth largest city, there’s a rich diversity of cultures and nationalities here. You’ll also notice a heavy Spanish influence, particularly in the local architecture. The area also boasts some of France’s best schools, plus one of Europe’s oldest universities. If you are seeking warmer weather, then removals to Toulouse is  surely for you.

More than just removals to France in 2020

The Advance Moves quick quote system doesn’t  just cover removals to France. You can obtain a quotation for a removal to anywhere in the world. All you have to do is select the country you are moving from and too, such as a removal from Germany or France to Spain, then select the region and town you are moving from and too, such as Paris, Malaga, Murcia, Valencia, Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid, where ever you like and your nearly there to getting your quick quote. The quick quote system can give you a quotation to any worldwide location. From removals within Europe to inter continental removals, advance moves quick quote system can give you removal quotes for them all. Moves in Europe include moves to Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Andorra, Switzerland, Monaco, Greece, Austria, Denmark, Sweden,  Ireland, just about anywhere. Popular international destination include America, Australia, New Zealand, Kuwait, Dubai, The United Kingdom, Canada,

International removals information pages by Advance Moves

There are also a wide range of information pages on the Advance moves site for removals to European and worldwide countries. Once again providing a wealth of information and links to help you move to a new country. Check them out on the links below.

European removals information pages

Worldwide removals information pages

The Advance Moves One stop, Removals shop…

The Advance Moves team have tried to make themselves the ultimate one stop, removals shop, so that anyone that want to move anywhere in the world can find as much information as they need about their removal to their new destination country and also obtain a competitive, high quality removal service quotation to budget for their international removal.

Advance Moves sponsors the Supermotoland race team.

Advance moves is a major sponsor of the Supermotoland Husqvarna race team and Race school based in Southern Spain. Not only does this give advance moves exposure throughout Europe and the world in the exciting world of Supermoto motorsport, it also has the advance moves staff and clients attending some of the excellent Corporate Motorcycle entertainment days where you are taught how to become a demon on a motorcycle. Great fun and so many skills learnt that you cannot fail to become a reasonably good motorcycle rider after a couple of days at the supermotoland race school.

Keep an eye on the supermotoland race teams results as they chase Spanish supermoto championship glory.

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