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Old 22nd January 2020, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by kaipa View Post
A Chinese person cannot buy a small flat in England and then use it to ask for residency. Neither can an American or Russian. After the transition period this will be the case for a Spanish person. So is it likely that an English person will be granted a TIE on the basis they own a holiday flat in Benidorm?
With respect, this is not a question about UK but Spain.

Under the regulations it has always been allowed for all applicants, including non EU nationals, so Chinese, American, Russian etc to do so.

If when UK nationals are no longer EU nationals, they are treated as Non EU nationals are treated now, then that will not be a problem.
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