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UK travellers to France may be asked proof of accommodation as part of post-Brexit changes

People in France hosting non-EU nationals need to submit £26 form for approval to their town hall

Post-Brexit British visitors to France may be asked to show proof of their accommodation, including an official certificate obtained in advance if they are staying with friends or family, once Covid-related travel restrictions are lifted.

The rule, which has applied to British travellers since the UK left the EU, requires anyone in France hosting non-EU nationals to complete an attestation d’accueil form and submit it for approval to their town hall, a process that can take up to a month.

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