Pet passports for UK citizens are no longer available in France

The authorities have declared that French animal credentials, which are much more affordable and convenient, would no longer be provided to British pet parents and will be subject to new criteria.

As per the French Department of Agriculture, animals traditionally owned EU animal travel documents granted inside Great Britain should be documented with the des Carnivores Domestiques, a French pet registry (I-CAD). According to an internet page of that kind online certification, a French veterinarian has checked the pet, and the animal does indeed have a French Identification card from the agency.

“After confirming whether the pet’s identity information has been registered in the official database, the veterinarian can hardly grant a French travel document to a pet possessing a UK/EU travel documents granted before January 1, 2021.” “An identification card has already been provided by the Identification of Domestic Carnivores (I-CAD),” according to a statement released by I-CAD.

According to a representative from I-CAD, this new law applies to new French pet credentials for British owners’ pets that have never had pet travel documents previously. In that instance, he continued, a pet could’ve been classified with I-CAD if indeed the owner could demonstrate. They and their pet will be residing in France for more than 3 months, which is just the longest period for British tourists without the need for a visa.

Limitations, such as the need to request passports if they really want to remain in the bloc for more than ninety days in a period of 180 days. These developments have severely impacted many businesses, notably tourism and travel.

Teaching has also been severely impacted. As per the Universities and Colleges Admissions Services (UCAS), European students can apply to British universities 50% less in 2020/2021, representing 16,025 of both the 31,670 students admitted.

Unfortunately, such difficulties are typical for not only the Britons entering the EU but also for Europeans traveling towards the UK. Hungarian teenagers studying in British colleges recently disclosed that education prices have risen by 170 %, from £9250 (€11,095) to around £25,000 to £40,000 (€ 29,990-47,985).

“The percentage of undergraduates enrolled in the United Kingdom has dropped dramatically.” While roughly 705 applicants were approved from around 1,100 candidates inside the academic study year 2020-2021, just 450 candidates applied throughout the 2021-2022 academic session, with 190 approved. Consequently, only 60 students started their courses,” Soma Pirityi remarked.

In particular, UK citizens should now possess an identification, have a badge on the rear of their automobile when traveling towards the EU, and follow special entry requirements applicable to all 3rd world countries people while visiting the EU.