Information for UK nationals in the event that the UK leaves the EU. And for all others from ‘third countries’, to prepare for a visit or emigration.
In a no-deal scenario, what is my situation if I arrive in Spain after the withdraw
The European Parliament has voted on a proposal by the European Comission on the 26th of this month. When also approved by the Council of the European Union, it will have to be implemented by all EU member states.
On 12 September 2018, the Europ
CAB Spain have been avoiding publishing the UK governments numerous communications received daily on a no deal scenario. There have been some cases when we have felt it would be responsible to publish. In this case and in relation to a communic
The Regulation on Public Documents applies in all EU countries as from 16 February 2019, simplifies the circulation of certain public documents. The public documents covered by the Regulation are, in particular, civil status, birth, death, marri
CAB Spain have avoided publishing most no deal scenarios. Due to the importance of the mention of the EHIC and the S1, so that UK nationals can be prepared.
Published 28 January 2019 From: The Department of Health and Social Care.
As we continue to ebb ever closer to the Brexit divorce date the overwhelming sentiment regarding any potential outcome continues to be uncertainty. This holds true both within the expatriate community but also within the financial markets. Not
CAB Spain are not posting many post Brexit information until we have the information on a legal paper. Saying that this is an important matter for those preparing to book summer holidays which are normally booked around this time.
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