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    Hw would one go about emigrating to France, settling down and the like?
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    (Original post by deej2)
    Hw would one go about emigrating to France, settling down and the like?
    Walk across the French border and find a landing to place your sh*t somewhere and start a civilisation there.
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    If you've got a EU passport, you're free to go to France, take their jobs and their women, theres just the language barrier of course...
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    Ah, ok. Well, what about the whole getting a job/house thing? Anything special I need to do there?
    The language barrier isnt a problem for me.
    And as for the women part, well, thats sorted!
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    I ain't tried to get a job/flat in France so I wouldn't know. I presume its the same as in England. Not sure about how you get taxed and so on...
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    (Original post by Seabiscuit)
    I ain't tried to get a job/flat in France so I wouldn't know. I presume its the same as in England. Not sure about how you get taxed and so on...
    Ah, ok
    Thanks. I might send a PM to Vienna, she would seem the best person to ask on the matter.
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    And to clarify, you'd be taxed by the French Republic on the exact same basis as a French citizen.

    Personally, I prefer the 'Li'l Imperialist' approach to the matter - ie, march across the border with a Union Jack and pinch some land off the natives before informing them that they're doing everything wrong...
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    You could try to establish your traditional right to Calais...
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    (Original post by Madelyn)
    You could try to establish your traditional right to Calais...
    Explain?
 
 
 
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