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Old 22nd January 2020, 08:38 AM
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It maybe that after the transition period UK nationals will be treated in the same way as Non EU nationals are now treated.

That would mean having to prove an annual income of around 27,000 euros for a single person and 30,000 for a couple.

As an EU national those amounts are around 6,000 euros for an single person, 9,000 for a couple. Significantly different ! In such cases those who do not have sufficient income may need to resort to proving sufficient savings or wealth.

One such proof could be that they own a property in Spain, which has those amounts of equity.

A couple include established common law and same sex couples, as it does now for Non EU applicants.

Applicant will probably need to produce a very recent Nota Simple, that is a certificate from the property registry office, to prove there either no debts registered against the property of after debts, there is sufficient equity.

Last edited by Juan C; 22nd January 2020 at 08:51 AM. Reason: modifying
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