As an expatriate living in Spain; do you find that the Spanish bureaucratic system
can be disconcerting? Have you discovered that the simplest of transactions are difficult to conclude?
Find yourself searching for answers to problems only to discover that there is nowhere where you could find a solution?
I am assuming that the answer is yes and that is why should be a member of our web site if you arent already.
Whenever such a question arises on our Facebook forum, we get a plethora of responses when members share their experiences. Members who had to register on the census before being provided with the residency certificate and those that registere
You can access the data the National Statistics Institute holds with regards to the municipal padrón registers. You need a digital certificate installed on your computer, or a Cl@ve Pin.
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Many will find that when as residents they make applications for:
Dependency law (assistance in the home including medical care), Grants/Reductions for State Care homes, Non contributory Pensions, Invalidity pensions, Social Housing, Application
All citizens who arrive in Spain intending to reside, should within 90 days apply for a registration certificate. To apply one of the requisites is the registration on the town halls register ‘the padron’ (Census).
For those whose pa
This is a question that continually crops up on our FB group page. Owning to misinformation from personnel at many vehicle dealerships. Nonresidents should not be registered on the padron (unless habitual residents of a town in Spain). Non res
Many Town Halls offer this possibility through the electronic office on their website, but there is also a national government website through which you can arrange for this, provided you live in one of the provincial capitals, or capital of an
Yes you can and in fact it is your obligation to do so. The requisites to register state that you should show a residency certificates or if not in possession of that document, a valid passport.
Please note* Translated from the Spanish text:
For EU citizens and nonresident the general rule is yes if, your intentions are to apply for residency. Nonresidents can also register if they are habitual residents of the town (living here for more than six months in the year). It is expected
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