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.
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Junta Website Spanish
Contact Application Forms and Information.
junta Website Attention to the Citizen
It appears that many expatriates are not aware that they may be entitled to legal aid in Spain. It is quite easy to obtain this free service if you meet the criteria. You basically need to be a resident and on a low income. Pensioners who have
CAB Spain At a Glance
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A note from Myra: As you can imagine, I receive hundreds of calls of which some I have to call back. We are a charity and do not receive donations from any government body. We are reliant on donations from those we assist. The cost of using the telephone or mobile was untenable until I discovered the Lobster Mobile with unlimited free calls to Spain and abroad.
Citizens Advice Bureau is a registered as a Spanish Non-Profit/NPO/ONG organisation. Registration nº 11253. CIF G93354348
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