Also the trials and tribulations in making the move to France, which was something else we all had in common.” Katie researched the issue and found that it was not unusual for expats to return to their home countries due to loneliness, because they felt that being single in France could mean remaining alone for a very long time.
Katie continued researching the problem and decided to set up an expat dating and friendship site in France and says she thought that it would appeal to those around her own age group of 50 and 60 year olds because there appeared to be so many retired people in France.
In this case the registrar will refer the matter to a local prosecutor […] A child with at least one parent who is a French national has automatic French nationality (whether born in France or abroad).
It wasn’t just the language barrier – “it was also wanting to meet others with the same backgrounds, history, traditions and heritage.
The silly jokes and humour that is so much easier in a shared language.
But thing’s never remain the same and sadly I lost my husband three years ago and found myself a widow.
That was a difficult period and despite all the kindness and help from my close and supportive friends, I felt very alone.” Like so many people living here in France who do find themselves alone for one reason or another, she eventually thought about how it may be possible to meet someone new.
There wasn’t a site like that.” She discussed it with friends living in France and discovered that they felt the same.