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Posted by Humptydingo-180377 - Created: 14 years ago
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The article about PaCS on Angloinfo states "French nationality is not required by both parties signing a pact but a foreigner must be legally resident in France."  Since I find this a bit ambiguous, perhaps someone (maybe from Angloinfo staff) can clarify this statement for me - does this mean that one of you must be French born (which I thought to be the case) and now that CdS are to become unnecessary for EU citizens living in France, what now constitutes legally resident in France.  My partner & I (both UK born with UK passports)would like to be legally recognised after living together for nearly 30 years !! and a PaCS would seem a better solution than a concubine attestation.  Any referral to a website explaining the law should be in English since my French is not good enough for translating legal jargon.  Anyone help ?

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