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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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his contracts require him to use components sourced in the EU/EEA/CH, so what is he supposed with UK components in stock if there is no deal - toss them or what?
I would say he sourced them from EU/EEA/CH. But maybe that is to naive and simple.

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And any non-French citizen should already have the appropriate permit to live/work there.
Problem is that France has no resident register, and there is no obligation for EU/CH people to register with the commune (save some communes in the Appellation Alsace-Moselle) nor do get a residence permit (carte de séjour).

But you can register and get a permit which, as already discussed in this thread, is highly recommended for any UK citizen living in France.

In most other European countries and Switzerland this should be less an issue as there is an obligation to register with the commune or some other authority. And hopefully that has already been done.
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