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Is my permit sufficient for border crossing with france?

To save me carrying my passport everytime I cross the border..

Im guessing just carrying the B permit should be enough?
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Re: Is my permit sufficient for border crossing with france?

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To save me carrying my passport everytime I cross the border..

Im guessing just carrying the B permit should be enough?
I think you always have to have your passport.
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Re: Is my permit sufficient for border crossing with france?

You need a passport to cross the border.....
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Re: Is my permit sufficient for border crossing with france?

If you're from the EU an ID would be enough.
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Re: Is my permit sufficient for border crossing with france?

Permit ( B or C or others ) alone is NOT enough .... You need at least your official ID ( EU and Swiss ) or Passport .
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