If you have a home in France, whether it is a holiday home or a permanent residence, Brexit will have been at the forefront of your thoughts.


Here at SOSAnglo we keep ourselves updated on all the changes to the French/English relationship. If you are concerned about how any of these changes may affect you, call us for a chat and we will look at the practicalities of your situation, offer advice – and let you know what changes you may need to make.


As the situation develops with Brexit, we will support you to make sure you are safe, and can continue to live your life here in France without Brexiety.


Call or email us. Contact details are at the bottom of this page.


SOS ANGLO  - helping the English in France
My name is Valérie Roger.



who am i?


I am a French lady based in the Mayenne department and the aim of my business is to help the English-speaking community with their French experience. This may be anything from a simple translation to very specialized secretarial, relocation and administrative work.


My business was born from the love of helping people and a passion for the English language. The business was established 10 years ago, and since then has flourished, as you can see from my client testimonials.


What locations do I cover?


I work in the areas of 53, 61, 35, 50, 72, 85, and 14 but I can travel anywhere in France. My assistance is professional, friendly and I am proud to say that my discretion and reliability are second to none.


Day after day, I try to solve problems, arrange situations and make life easier for the expats or those who own second homes. I am reliable and efficient and  have helped a great many people by solving all sorts of issues that they found too complicated to solve on their own.


For me, no job is too small or too big. I enjoy the challenge of cutting through the red tape and finding the most satisfactory outcome for each of my clients.

brexit news

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Connexions News - February 11th 2020

New Website for Driving Licence Swap


A new official website is to open on March 3 for drivers to apply to exchange driving licences from EU/EEA states and the UK for French licences.


Those driving on British licences should note that nothing is changing this year with regard to driving on a UK licence in France due to the Brexit transition period (usually non-EU countries’ licences have to be swapped within a year of the holder becoming a resident of France).

Connexions News - January 31st 2020

France to open Brexit deal residence cards website


A new website for applications for special new 'Brexit deal' residency cards for Britons in France will open in early July 2020 says the French government.

Connexions News - January 29th 2020

Brexit day: Britons in France information


From Saturday morning Britons in France will no longer be considered to be EU citizens. However nothing in terms of practical rights and procedures will change overnight for Britons in France.