Yes that’s true, yes I was referring to the time limit for British citizens, I was referring to no initial visa to go to Tunisia, open doors basically! Tunisians don’t even have that ! It’s almost impossible.Speaking of marriage to British citizens, let’s compare stats from when Britain was in EU and 5 years from now on the percentage of marriage between British and Tunisian. The percentage will go down because it’s harder and longer for them now…. They will move on to focus on women from other countries. Let’s see how much true love will exist between Tunisian men and British women after they get the idea that it’s going to be harder for them.
I think you still need a visa after your time expires ( 90 days) to live and work here. I had to have visa to live here after 90 days. We can almost go anywhere we desire, but if my husband did only use Tunisia passport he would need visa for most of Europe, Serbia is open and Svalbard …. But I know some Tunisians that use travel agent to arrange a true holiday for ex honeymoon or family holiday, not undercover immigration….. it’s usually Spain, Brussels and Portugal that allow entry on tourism visa.