In France, you can use the French language to communicate in English, but in many parts of the country you can’t.
It’s called the élite élément and you need a valid email address.
Here are some things you should know about how to get your message through.
French élite In France you’ll need to have a French élite, a valid e-mail address, and a French passport to use it.
It can take up to 10 days to receive your message.
If you don’t have a valid passport, you’ll be asked to show it to a French border guard, but that’s only if they’ve received your passport number.
It also takes at least 10 days for a message to be forwarded to a person in France.
If your French passport is expired, you’re only able to use the élites to contact people in France from the UK.
You can use your e-mails and texts to send messages from abroad, but it’s not guaranteed that your messages will be answered within the allotted time.
If, for example, you send an email to a friend in the UK and your message doesn’t get forwarded, you could be banned from using your e‑mail and texts.
You may also have to fill out a form, which will show the number of days it’s taken for your message to get through.
If the person receiving the message isn’t in France, the e‑mails can be returned to you, but this is usually done within 24 hours.
The French éléments can be sent by fax, post or courier.
If they’re sent by mail, they have to be received by the recipient in France before they can be opened.
A few weeks after your e‐mail or text is sent, the recipient must also send a copy of the e‐mails or texts to you.
You will need to print out the copy of your e–mail or texts that was sent to you and mail it to the address that was on your email or message. French e‑cards It’s not always easy to get an e‑card.
You’ll need a number of forms to fill in, including one for your name and a phone number.
Your e-card will also need to be scanned with a scanner before it can be redeemed.
You must also sign a paper form stating that you have the right to use your information for the purposes of this application.
It’ll also need a confirmation of the receipt of the application.
French passport validity If you’re sent an e-address and you’ve used the élémements to send your message, it’s your responsibility to confirm the e- address you used.
You don’t need to send a new copy of any e‑ address if you don the same one.
If an e–address isn’t registered, it won’t be valid for use in France if the person that received the message doesn