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Unless you are living in Spain or a Spanish national, borders are closed at present (10 May 2020).  As JCaron pointed out, nobody knows whether it will be worse or better in July. But for today: These are the people who are exempt from border restrictions: Air, land and sea borders Only Spanish citizens or those who can prove residency in Spain by ...


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Regarding France, while you may technically be able to enter the country (if you are an EU/EEA citizen or resident), you are not allowed to travel inside the country except for specific listed purposes (professional travel, funeral…) Going on holiday or switching residences is not allowed. The rules are set to change tomorrow (May 11) and short trips inside ...


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As other answers have told, in the current situation the rules will change as a result of the spread and control of Covid. The more controlled it is, the more lenient you can expect the rules to become. I will just explain the current status in Spain so you can make your own evaluation. As of now, travel between Spanish provinces is restricted to essential ...


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The situation is dynamic and no one can predict the future. However, as of this writing, holders of French residence permits are allowed to enter France. It is not clear to me if the long-stay visa, which allows the holder to obtain a residence permit, is sufficient. You must fill out the form for an attestation de déplacement international and bring it with ...


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I have a valid récépissé and I know this is not a valid document to travel (back) to France. As explained before, a récépissé can replace a visa but only if it's a récépissé for a renewal. As you wrote, a récépissé for a first application would not open any right to come back to France after a trip abroad. But anyway, I'm from a country which gets 90 ...


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