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?
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Q: we are now pensioners and have our S1, how should we proceed to get into the healthcare system? Do I need to take forms with me? What documents should I take?
A: once you have your S1s, it´s very easy to register. You do not need to take any
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Q: we are now pensioners and have our S1, how should we proceed to get into the healthcare system? Do I need to take forms with me? what documents shouls I take?
A: once you have your S1s, its very easy to register. You do n
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Explanation on the differences between the NIE and other certificates. Those residents who failed to renew
It is a beautiful and typically hot May afternoon in Andalucía. I could not avoid taking out my laptop and sitting in a cool area of my patio to draft a short blog.
Here at the Citizens Advice Bureau Spain, we do many things. Besides the obviou
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