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Non-EU dependant of an EU national in France

Posted by duckgoesoink - Created: 12 years ago
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Posted by duckgoesoink - 12 years ago

Ok, so someone else has told me he'll only need a DCEM (Document de Circulation pour Etranger Mineur) for travelling outside France and being allowed back in again, and in France he is treated as an EU citizen.. any comments on this?Cheers,Hin

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Posted by duckgoesoink - 12 years ago

Hmm.. thanks for that - maybe he would inherit the rights of an EU citizen automatically (like in some other countries)..

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Posted by michelle-180928 - 12 years ago

While I can't answer your question directly, I can tell you that my "non-EU dependent" of a *Non-EU citizen* does not need a carte de séjour.I have a carte de séjour simply because I'm from outside the EU and I need one. My daughter doesn't need one. She 'inherits' all my rights.Perhaps that answers at least one of your questions? :-)Cheers!-michelle.

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Posted by duckgoesoink - 12 years ago

Um.. any references for that? (ie. where did you get that information.)

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Posted by joesad - 12 years ago

Hi there

Yes u do need une carte de sejours

Thanks