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How to gain Spanish residency | Your questions answered

Are you relocating to Spain? If you are, it’s important to understand how to become a full Spanish resident. If you live in Spain for a total of 183 days a year, even if those days are not consecutive, you are classed as a resident and are liable to pay Spanish tax....

Organising Spanish Healthcare: A Guide

Arguably one of the first things you need to consider when moving to a new country is healthcare. Unfortunately, many expats do not do their research well enough and believe that their existing healthcare in their domestic country will cover them, but particularly in...

All you need to know about the new TIE residency card

All you need to know about the new TIE residency card and what you need to do if you’re moving to Spain before Brexit. Following the launch of a new residency card in the Spain, the British Ambassador, Hugh Elliott has urged British nationals to apply to ensure that...

Get ready for Brexit

With Brexit coming into effect on 1 January 2021, relocating to Spain during this time can seem chaotic and unsure. Luckily, there are plenty of ways for those relocating to Spain to get ready for the impending Brexit transition, and successfully settle into their new...

How to relocate to Spain from the USA

Are you seeking a new life in Spain? If the sound of a life near the beach, sipping tinto and enjoying a little tapa in the sun is not encouraging enough, Spain has a wealth of high-quality amenities. The Costa del Sol, for example, is more family friendly and expat...

Buying property in Spain? We answer some popular questions.

Are you thinking about buying property in Spain? Despite the uncertainty over Brexit, surveys indicate that British buyers are still considering the move. According to The Statistical Information Centre of Notaries in Spain, British buyers make up 14% of all foreign...

How to Register on the Padrón and why

Registering on the padrón is a simple and straightforward process which comes with lots of benefits for not only you but also your community. By Spanish law, it is obligatory to register on the padrón at the town hall where you habitually reside. The process which...

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