Which Boxes to Tick on Form EX-23 for Special TIE

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The Form EX23, to be used by UK Nationals and their non-EU family members to obtain the special TIE that accredits their status as residents under the Withdrawal Agreement.

Options on the form.

4.1 TIPO DE DOCUMENTO
□ TARJETA INICIAL
□ RENOVACIÓN DE TARJETA □ DUPLICADO POR ROBO, EXTRAVÍO, DESTRUCCIÓN O INUTILIZACIÓN

Here you tick the first option if you have recently obtained your ‘residency document’ by using Form EX20 or EX21 (non-EU family members of UK Nationals).

The second option if you have a green EU residency certificate or Residency Card (for non-EU family members of EU citizens) that you want to swap, or have recently obtained a ‘residency document’ as a non-EU family member of a UK National from the provincial Immigration Office, after having had temporary residency cards for 5 years total, so now have obtained authorisation for residency ‘larga duración’ by using Form EX21.

 

4.2 SITUACIÓN EN ESPAÑA
□ RESIDENCIA INICIAL (sin certificado de registro o TIE previas)
□ RESIDENCIA CON CERTIFICADO DE REGISTRO DE CIUDADANO DE LA UNIÓN
□ RESIDENCIA TEMPORAL CON TARJETA DE FAMILIAR DE NACIONAL DE REINO UNIDO
□ RESIDENCIA PERMANENTE CON TARJETA DE FAMILIAR DE NACIONAL DE REINO UNIDO
□ OTROS………………………… (ESPECIFICAR)

Here you tick the first option if you have recently obtained your ‘residency document’ by using Form EX20, or residency authorisation as a non-EU Family member of a UK National by using Form EX21.

The second option if you already have a green EU residency certificate that you want to swap. You use this option when you have a green certificate with or without the text ‘con caracter permanente’ on it. This is the most common option for UK Nationals.

The third option if you have a temporary Residency card as non-EU family member of a UK National.

The fourth option if you have a permanent Residency card as non-EUfamily member of a UK National or have just obtained your ‘residency document’ accrediting your status as permanent resident ‘larga duración’ from the provincial Immigration office, by using Form EX21.

Please note: The information provided is based upon our understanding of current legislation. It is not legal advice but is provided freely to enable you to be properly informed. We recommend that if you are considering taking action, you should seek professional advice.

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