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Holiday home owners warned of Brexit changes

A politician reviewing Jersey’s Brexit policies has warned of extra paperwork for islanders visiting holiday homes in France after December, when the UK’s transition period ends.

Jersey residents who own property in the European Union will only be able to stay there for three months when the Brexit restrictions take effect in 2021.

People can apply for a long-stay visa if they have a home in France.

But Deputy Kirsten Morel said islanders needed to be aware of the restrictions so they did not get caught out.

Quote Message: House owners, particularly in France, are going to be restricted in the amount of time they can spend in their homes there. I think anyone who has any links with Europe, whether it is a home abroad, or studying abroad, the important thing is to find out about the arrangements for studying, or for travelling, or for living.” from Deputy Kirsten Morel

House owners, particularly in France, are going to be restricted in the amount of time they can spend in their homes there. I think anyone who has any links with Europe, whether it is a home abroad, or studying abroad, the important thing is to find out about the arrangements for studying, or for travelling, or for living.”

Deputy Kirsten Morel

BBC Jersey News

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