We note that we are still being asked many questions on residency and padron matters. This often to various town halls using their own regulations on matters that are already regulated by national law.
Tomorrow starting at 11.30am. Why not list
Myra from CAB Spain is interviewed by the lovely Emma De Acedo and Co.
Some musings on Brexit and how it could affect British residents in Spain. Listen below.
On the show tomorrow morning 11.30 am Talk Radio Europe. All details on frequencies in your area, how to listen online, call or email the studio on the link below.
Talk Radio Europe
Listen to Bill Padley interviewing Myra (CAB senior adviser) live on Talk Radio Europe. Monday February 20 at 10.30 am.
Topics on headline and:
Why those who for whatever reason are habitual residents without legal residency should register on
Ex-pat experiences with what should be simple and straightforward. Chatting with Bill Padley on Monday 6 February at 11.30. Listen on demand below.
This topic was discussed with Bill Padley interviewing CAB adviser. Talking about the law and the possible implications.
Since the interview, we have seen some of the agreements. One includes that during the three months negotiations. Also menti
Talking on radio on the latest ruling from the European Court of Justice on the clausula Sueolo and how that assists those affected. The discussion also includes the new cases being initiated on recouping the costs associated with the set up of
CAB Spain advisers appear as guests on the Bill Padley show on Talk Radio Europe every fortnight. We discuss different topics related to the the Expatriate community in Spain. We welcome your suggestions for topics you would like to know about.
There continues to be many misconceptions about what is the Padron, how it work and who should register. For full information based on facts from the law, please tune in to Talk Radio Europe where Bill Padley chatted with a CAB Spain senior advi
Many who took out a mortgage with a Spanish bank are not aware that they are still paying excessively high interest rates and are probably owed thousands. The monies lost are due to the high interests rates charged increasing the monthly mortgag