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THE most frequently asked question is :WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A NIE Number & A CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY/RESIDENT REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE?

Simply - a NIE number is available to anyone with financial interests in Spain, whether they are resident or not - it is required, for example, to purchase or inherit property. You can have a NIE number without ever having been to Spain because they are available through Spanish consulates (if you have a good reason to have one). NIE certificates issued since early 2012 have a 3 month expiry date. The NIE number is for life, but if you need the certificate beyond that date you have to renew it. NB. As of 2016 'temporary' NIE certs are no longer issued. Use form EX15

A RESIDENT REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE is what EU citizens need if they intend to live here or have lived here for 90 days or longer. It's a record that you have registered as resident, as required by the Spanish authorities. Use form EX18
In most cases a NIE number will be issued at the same time as the certificate if the applicant doesn't already have one, although in some areas they expect you to get a NIE number first
In order to register as resident you must be able to show that you have sufficient income & healthcare provision. This could be in the form of an employment contract, autónomo (self-employment) registration, a state pension or regular transfers &/or funds in a Spanish bank account. In the last case you would also need private health insurance.




EX15 for NIE only http://extranjeros.mtin.es/es/Modelo...rtificados.pdf


EX18 for a residence resigration certificate for EU citizens http://extranjeros.empleo.gob.es/es/...omunitaria.pdf

EX19 for residence card for non-EU family members of EU citizens resident in Spain http://extranjeros.empleo.gob.es/es/...omunitario.pdf


EX17 for residence card for non-EU citizens http://extranjeros.empleo.gob.es/es/...ulario_TIE.pdf



info about how long a resident card/certificate is valid Expedición y vigencia del certificado de registro y de la tarjeta de residencia - Ministerio del Interior

find out where to take the forms here Extranjería en las Delegaciones del Gobierno :: Secretaría de Estado de Administraciones Públicas ::

more extranjerías Pgina oficial de la DGP-Comisara General de Extranjera y Fronteras




Residency Certificates, NIE numbers & Padrón

a thread from March 2012 discussing a 3 month time limit on NIEs Nie


discussion thread May 2012 regarding new requirements for EU citizens & residency
http://www.expatforum.com/expats/spa...res-certs.html

and the relevant law BOE.es - Documento BOE-A-2012-5403

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Residency requirements spain 2013 Some info which is needed by all EU citizens

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS - SPAIN

(PLEASE NOTE RESIDENCY MEANS SIGNING ON A REGISTER. IT DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO GIVE UP YOUR BRITISH PASSPORT OR SIMILAR)
Residency requirements

From 28 March 2007, Royal Decree 240/07 requires that all EU citizens planning to reside in Spain for more than 3 months should register in person at the Oficina de Extranjeros in their province of residence or at designated Police stations. You will be issued an A4 printed Residence Certificate stating your name, address, nationality, NIE number (Número de Identificación Extranjeros) and date of registration.

On 10 July 2012 the Spanish government introduced details of the new residency requirements for all EU citizens, including British nationals.
Under the new rules, EU citizens applying for residency in Spain may be required to produce evidence of sufficient financial means to support themselves (and dependants). Applicants may also be asked for proof of private or public healthcare insurance.


Nationals of:
  • a member state of the European Union
    other States party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area
    Switzerland
have a right to reside in Spain for a period of longer than three months if they meet the conditions laid down in Article 7 of Royal Decree 240/2007, of 16 February 2007, on entrance, free movement and residence in Spain of Nationals of European Union member states and of other states party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area.

FROM THE FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE
https://www.gov.uk/residency-requirements-in-spain
discussion thread here Residency requirements spain 2013

PDFs about the Padrón & voting rights for foreigners - I produced these for our local authority (xabiachica)
Also Moving to Spain - registering as resident etc
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Information about paying tax in Spain:
Spanish Income Tax 2010



Form for private individuals to sign up for the Spanish tax system:

http://agenciatributaria.es/AEAT/Con...030/mod030.pdf

Your NIE is not enough! Further information here:
Spanish Insight: Modelo 30 and other Spanish tax forms


non-resident tax info in English from the Spanish tax agency
http://www.agenciatributaria.es/AEAT...irnringles.pdf


the Spanish tax agency website - info for residents
http://www.agenciatributaria.es/AEAT...ibutaria.shtml
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Education in Spain



You can see Inspection reports of British Schools in Spain here https://www.britishcouncil.es/en/pro...cation/schools


and NABSS National Association of British Schools in Spain - Nabss

also COBIS http://www.cobis.org.uk/

I've found this, which seems to operate along the same lines as NABBS & COBIS - but for 'International rather than British

MAIS - Mediterranean Association of International Schools



the US Embassy also has a list of American schools in Spain

http://madrid.usembassy.gov/educatio...n-schools.html

education in the Basque region http://www.guiaeuskadi.org/guia/?sln...ucation-system

Special Educational Needs in Spain (website in Spanish) http://sid.usal.es/faq.aspx?ID=200


Bachillerato 3 years????? discussion about changes to the education system after the 2011 elections


British kids in schools in Spain



Possibly the most often asked question is about what age children start school here, & will they be held back?

some schools will hold your child back for the first year to help them pick up the language, some will see how it goes & maybe hold back later

the biggest difference in Spanish schools is that the year they are in depends upon the year they were born, regardless of the month

the following is what year your child would be age-appropriate for when the school year starts in September 2016 - going by year of birth

2001- 4th YEAR SECONDARY
2002 - 3rdYEAR SECONDARY
2003 - 2nd YEAR SECONDARY
2004 - 1st YEAR SECONDARY
2005 - 6th/last YEAR PRIMARY
2006 - 5th YEAR PRIMARY
2007 - 4th YEAR PRIMARY
2008 - 3rdYEAR PRIMARY
2009 - 2nd YEAR PRIMARY
2010 - 1st YEAR PRIMARY
2011 - 3rd/last YEAR INFANTS
2012 - 2nd YEAR INFANTS
2013 - 1st YEAR INFANTS

interesting website with calendario escolar by region, amongst other things

http://www.cyberpadres.com/irescuela...arios/home.htm




the current situation regarding Homeschooling in Spain
http://www.hslda.org/hs/international/Spain/default.asp


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Article January 2015
DO I HAVE TO EXCHANGE / RENEW MY EU DRIVING LICENCE?


UKinSpain info Driving licences and vehicles

here's a link to the DGT - Dirección General de Tráfico - the govt agency which deals with driving, licences etc.

Dirección General de Tráfico : La DGT : Bienvenida


and the DVLA Driving in other countries on a GB licence : Directgov - Motoring


Discussion December 2014 including link to the law Do We All Now Need Spanish Driving Licences?




New driving rules May 2014 Blog | Legal4Spain





http://www.dgt.es/Galerias/seguridad...fantil-DGT.pdfAll about childrens' car seats

here are a few threads


Illegal UK plated cars




Driving License: How to get one and the difficulty of passing

Error on driver's license

Car Insurance in Costa Blanca South

Car Insurance Company


American would like a vehicle for a year in Spain?

bringing cars to spain

Taking own car to spain

See information from DGT regarding the sale of a vehicle :
Dirección General de Tráfico

To get a vehicle report from the DGT regarding fines etc:
if you have a digital certificate : https://sede.dgt.gob.es/es/tramites-...e-de-vehiculo/
if you don't : https://sede.dgt.gob.es/es/tramites-.../obtener.shtml




And the form for notification of sale:

Dirección General de Tráfico

When your Spanish driving licence expires, you can now do the medical/aptitude test at a local medical centre with the new licence sent to you by post within a month. You no longer have to go to Trafico.

Read more at Suite101: Renewing a Spanish Driving Licence Avoiding Tráfico Headquarters Renewing a Spanish Driving Licence Avoiding Tráfico Headquarters

price of petrol Gasolineras repsol. Precio gasolina. http://www.geoportalgasolineras.es/

Driving licence medical.



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If you are disabled or have reduced mobility you may need a badge to go in your car to show that you can/ need to park in the parking spaces for the disabled. You will need to solicitar una tarjeta de estacionamiento para personas con mobilidad reducida (apply for a parking card for people with reduced mobility). Exactly what you have to do varies from place to place...

In Madrid: You have to have a paper certifying your disability. The disability is marked on a scale and you have to have 7 points or more before the parking card can be awarded.

Valencia: You have to be certified as having a degree of disability of 33% or more. This assessment is given in El centro de valoración y orientación.

I believe the process starts by going to your doctor who will then refer you to the place that you go to for the assessment.



DRIVING IN SPAIN AS A TOURIST this is a link to turespaña which is a Spainsh govt. agency for tourists
Driving in Spain: practical information and advice. |spain.info in English




DO I NEED TO CHANGE MY DRIVING LICENCE? 31 DECEMBER 2014 - SEE LINK BELOW CARSEAT PICTURE


Disabled/blue card holders parking rules

Tarjetas de aparcamiento para discapacitados - OCU
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Convenio Especial in Murcia

The Ten ways to access public Healthcare in Spain (in order of priority):

Discussion about EHIC card European Health Insurance Card / EHIC discussions

Free health care and tarjeta sanitaria/SIP cards - NEW RULES SUCCESS STORY!

childhood vaccinations Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo - Ciudadanos - Protección de la salud - Infancia - Vacunaciones - Programa - Calendarios
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list of unsubsidised medicines as of Sept. 1 2012 http://www.diariosur.es/apoyos/docum...dicamentos.pdf


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new healthcare law 2012 http://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2012/04/2...-2012-5403.pdf


Health Care In Spain | Working through the British consulate looking to offer information on health care requirements for UK residents living and working in Spain 2013

Changes in healthcare from 1st of July 2014



BRITISH PENSIONERS RESIDENT IN SPAIN ARE ENTITLED TO FULL ACCESS TO NHS HEALTHCARE IN THE UK
New rules April 2015

HEALTHCARE IN SPAIN doc. info correct as of August 2014
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these links are for companies which cover the whole country

Pisos en alquiler en España, Madrid y Barcelona - Enalquiler.com


http://www.segundamano.es/anuncios-toda-espana/inmobiliaria/?ca=16_s&w=3&th=1&f=a&q=&c=107&x=3&st=u#xtor=SEC-12-GOO-[alquiler_genericos]-[Var_1]-S-[alquiler%20casa]&s_kwcid=TC|13552|alquiler%20casa||S|b|78782309 65


Viviendas en España. Fotocasa.es

idealista.com — casas y pisos, alquiler y venta. anuncios gratis

Spanish Property to let, Spanish Property long term let

New rules on rental law June 2013
discussion thread
new long term rental rules from June 2013

standard residential rental contract taking the new June 2013 changes into account

nuevo modelo de contrato de alquiler tras la nueva ley — idealista.com/news/

And here's a standard contract used by a forum member.

Basic rental template


& the law regarding long term rentals

Ley 29/1994, de 24 de noviembre, de Arrendamientos Urbanos

Tips for renting through an agent
I'd love to be able to personally recommend a great agent, but after 10 years of renting I can't

how to tell if they are 'for real'?

you are generally safer if they have an office - insist on meeting at an office

never ever pay a cent until you have physically seen the property & have a contract & are ready to sign it (sounds obvious, but people have been known to do hand over money without seeing a property or having a contract)

the contract MUST be in Spanish - get it independently translated if you don't speak great Spanish - don't rely upon the agent's own translation

on a long let you only ( legally ) have to pay one month rent (or 2 if furnished as of June 2013) as a deposit & a month upfront - it's up to you if agree to more, but there are more properties to rent than tenants, so why would you?

some agents will want a one-off 'finders fee' - it's up to you if you choose one of these agents - but as I said - there are more properties to rent than tenants, so why would you?

try to negotiate the monthly rent down - as I said (again) - there are more properties to rent than tenants, so why wouldn't you?

finally - none of this guarantees that the agents are actually any good OR that they won't fight tooth & nail to not return your deposit at the end of the lease - but at least you will have done all that you can to cover yourself

RENTING YOUR HOME LONG TERM IN SPAIN
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Your first point of contact should be NARIC, which is basically an organisation that helps those moving to another country validate and cross-reference any qualifications they may have obtained in their own country, to the system of their new country.
As far as Spain is concerned the contact is as below :

M. Isabel Barrios, NARIC España / Spanish NARIC.
Ministerio de Educación, SG de Titulos y Reconocimiento de Cualificaciones, Paseo del Prado, 28-28014 Madrid, Spain.
Phone: +34 91 506 5593
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Dangerous animals in Spain

Perros potencialmente peligrosos - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre - info re: 'Dangerous dogs list'

travelling with pets/dogs (thanks jimenato)

I have stayed here twice - it takes dogs in the rooms and there's somewhere to walk them. It's cheap and cheerful but the rooms are nice - the bar good and the food typical "Venta" style.

Coming south, go through Burgos and drive for another 40ish minutes. At the next big junction there is a very large truck stop. It's on the other side of the carretera but you can't miss it and it's a cloverleaf junction so easy to negotiate.

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Our little dog Fraggle travels very well. He just sleeps the whole way - waking up only to growl threateningly at the toll collectors and the Osborne bulls.

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importation of pets from the USA or Canada http://www.mapausa.org/espana/vi_an.htm


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On the 13th of July a digger cut through our, and several neighbours telephone lines. Yesterday, 3 weeks to the day, we managed to get a provisional line after hours of futile telephone conversations, 5 visits from technicians, 2 letters of complaint and a burofax (a kind of notarized letter). Of course this could all end at any time because it's provisional and Telefónica are still supposed to dig everything up and re-lay the line...
Anyway, yesterday I was talking to a friend who is having hige problems with Vodaphone and she told me about this
Oficina de Atención al Usuario de Telecomunicaciones - Oficina de Atención al Usuario de Telecomunicaciones
Hard as it may be to believe, this is a page set up by the Ministerio de Industria, Turismo y Comercio to guide consumers through the complaint procedure to a telephone company, such is the number of complaints.

Incredible.

Why don't they just pass a few laws and then see that they are adhered to???
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