What will not change is that the blockage and the obligation to carry an official travel declaration remain in effect. They must therefore continue to avoid private meetings, family reunions and unnecessary travel. In our weekly Facebook Q-As to answer your questions about Covid-19, Voyager and UK Transition, we`ve noticed some recurring questions about residency. So it is here that we have gathered our responses to those that are most frequently put in place. Detailed information on applying for a residency can be found on the application`s website and on the Living guide in France. As soon as the Decree of the French Government is published, we will be… From 1 January 2021, Uk nationals will be subject to wider checks. Travellers from the UK should carry a passport and arrive at the border crossing on time to continue their journey to the European Union. When they control the borders, they must take a separate route between citizens of the EU, the EEA or Switzerland. The PCR test is not mandatory for travel between France and the United Kingdom. The borders between France and the United Kingdom are also not closed.
The passport is not required for dual couples who wish to travel to France. From 15 December 2020, you can book an optional covid-19 test on a GOV UK list that could reduce the time it takes to isolate yourself after travelling out of an exempt country to England. Britain last week imposed a new quarantine for travellers from Andorra, Belgium and the Bahamas. Today`s agreement is an important moment for our two countries to strengthen our joint action on the fight against illegal immigration. Thanks to more police patrols on French beaches and a better exchange of information between our security and law enforcement services, we are already seeing fewer migrants leaving French beaches. A message for #UKNationalsinEurope of our ambassadors, high commissioners and consuls general. If you would like to know more about what to do at the end of the transition period, read our guide “Living in 🇫🇷 👉www.gov.uk/guidance/living-in-france If you are travelling from a country that is not exempt from the French travel restrictions covid-19, you can only enter France if your trip is essential and meets the criteria for exemption. You must also complete an international certificate of movement of goods and an affidavit stating that you do not have symptoms Covid 19. Upon arrival in France, you may also need to present a negative test result less than 72 hours before departure.
If you do not have this result, you may be asked to take this test at your arrival airport in France. For more information, click here. To travel to Reunion, French Polynesia, Mayotte, New Caledonia and Valais and Futuna, you must present a certificate of international property confirming that your trip is essential and that you have not suffered from a number of symptoms listed in connection with Covid-19 or in contact with confirmed cases during the 14 days prior to the trip. It is available on the website of the Ministry of the Interior. The certificate must be presented to the carriers before boarding and border control authorities. John Keefe, director of public affairs at Getlink, which manages the Channel Tunnel, warned people not to go to the terminal without a confirmed reservation. “There is no room,” he said. Early last month, a list of more than 50 “travel corridors” was published, which allowed and expanded the movement between the UK and other countries without the need to isolate itself on return. If you arrive from a country other than France in the Uk, you will find on the website of the British government being updated the full list of countries benefiting from exemptions in England: www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors#travel-corridors-countries-and-territories-exemption-list Check your passport valid for travel before booking your trip.