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.
It is important to provide this information for any UK nationals who are planning a trip or moving to other EU members states that is not the UK so they can research and prepare in case of a no deal scenario when freedom of movement will end on
Further to the No Deal Contingency Plan the Spanish Government published earlier this month, with regards to instructions on how to obtain the required documentation as a resident from a ´third country´. This would be the status of UK national
European Commission – Press release
Brexit preparedness: EU completes preparations for possible “no-deal” scenario on 12 April
Brussels, 25 March 2019
As it is increasingly likely that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union w
A CAB adviser will be talking with Giles Brown about what the contingency plans and now law, will mean for all UK nationals residing in Spain before March 30. The plans are in preparation for the possible exit of the UK from the EU in a couple o
Royal Decree, approved today, March 1st 2019, containing a Contingy Plan in case the UK exits the EU without a deal on March 29th this year.
With regards to Driving Licences it says that Spain will continue to recognise the validity of British l
Various provinces, like Málaga and Alicante, have introduced a new procedure to the list of Extranjería Cita Previa options for UK nationals applying for residency as of March 3oth 2019.
TRAMITE PARA LA DOCUMENTACIÓN DE NACIONALES DEL REINO U
CAB Spain have been avoiding publishing the UK governments numerous communications received daily on a no deal scenario. There have been some cases when we have felt it would be responsible to publish. In this case and in relation to a communic
EU voted to waiver visas for UK nationals who wish to travel to the EU. This will go ahead if the UK reciprocates for all 27 member states.
UK nationals would be able to enter the EU visa-free for short periods after the country’s exit, provid
CAB Spain have avoided publishing most no deal scenarios. Due to the importance of the mention of the EHIC and the S1, so that UK nationals can be prepared.
Published 28 January 2019 From: The Department of Health and Social Care.
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