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Benefits For Carers And People With Disabilities - Uk

Information from the UK government, including Attendance Allowance.   HERE   Note:The EU court ruling which meant Attendance Allowance can be paid in other EU countries has a cavaet. This is that AA cannot be paid if the individual get

Leaving Uk To Move Or Retire Abroad

Information UK Government

One Partner Spanish-how To Register A Marriage Celebrated Abroad?

When at least one of the partners is Spanish. All the information can be found on the Spanish government website below: Registering a Marriage Celebrated aboard 

Certificate Of Foreign Marriage Recognition, Uk/non Eu

If your marriage took place in a country other than Spain or the UK and your spouse is a non EU national, you may need to apply for the certificate of foreign marriage recognition. Please read the link below, includes the application pack: Certi

Free Interrail Tickets For Eu 18 Year Olds

A European Parliament initiative to give young people free rail tickets to allow them to discover the EU is about to become a reality. Thanks to efforts by MEPs, between 20,000 and 30,000 18-year-olds will have the chance to travel in E

Paternal Rights Labour Law

Rights or entitlements for fathers. 1. Paid leave of absence following the birth. 2 days or amplified to 4 if the father has to travel to another city. Starting on day of birth if it´s a working day, the following day if it´s not. 2. Paternity

Gambling Addiction

The name in Spanish is “Ludopatia”. For help in your area, google Asociaciones de ayuda para la ludopatía” and your town/region or “Asociaciones de ludopatía”

Authorisation For A Child To Travel Without Parents From The Uk

If you are intending to take a child (Not your own) out of the UK, . You must have permission from parents/court. Taking a Minor out of the UK

At What Age Can A Child Leave Home?

The coming of age in Spain is 18. A child can voluntarily leave home at that age. There are exceptions to this rule. Emancipation takes place: 1. By coming of age 2. By concession of those exercising parental authority. 3. By judicial conces

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