In France, the expatriated are legally allowed to marry, but they are not allowed to be a single parent.
They can only be married to someone who is a permanent resident or a foreign national.
A foreigner can apply for a French citizenship.
A married foreigner can receive a passport and a French passport, but he or she cannot become a citizen of France.
In the United Kingdom, the country’s immigration system allows expats to apply for British citizenship.
They are eligible to receive British citizenship if they have a valid British passport.
French expats are not required to go through the same process to apply to become British citizens.
For French expats in Britain, it means that the only option is to apply through the immigration system.
However, they must go through a separate application process to become a British citizen.
If you would like to know more about the expat program in France, check out this article from BBC Sport.
Read more about expat visas in the French immigration system here.
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