The embassy has announced that it will be holding two meetings which are described as being 'to update citizens on Brexit and answer questions'.
- So you're living in France, but are you legally resident?
- Carte de sejour: What can I do if I am refused permission to remain in France?
- How Britons in France should make the most of the Brexit delay
The first meeting is on Monday, April 29 from 6.30pm in Paris.
The second is being held in Limoges on Thursday, May 16 from 12.30 to 2.30pm in the Landouge Hall at 3 Rue du Mas Bilier.
To find out more about the event, click here.
There is no set agenda, but questions are likely to include the issue of whether British people can begin applying again for cartes de sejour and the issue of income levels to make people legally resident in France.