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So we have permanent residents cards. That's good. As you say. means nothing but does probably give us an advantage when things change, like it did for those people who had registered as residents before the health system changed. Thank you, that the first constructive thing I have seen today.
does it say 'de carácter permanente' on it? (or words to that effect?)

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does it say 'de carácter permanente' on it? (or words to that effect?)
No, so that is cleared up then thanks. I thought it was odd that we would but you never know!

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That's the point, what you quoted are NOT the rules! It might be what you've experienced but it's not what the rules are or what should have been done.

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You are free to try to fight it out with them!

But actually, it's a much more straightforward process to get Permanent Residency recognized here than in the UK.

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You are free to try to fight it out with them!

But actually, it's a much more straightforward process to get Permanent Residency recognized here than in the UK.
No one seems to have mentioned whether Permanent Residency also gives you the continued right of employment in Spain.
I would assume it does, as how can Spain expect any British Expat of working age ( who might or might not be stripped of the EU's Free Movement of Labour after Brexit and the UK finally departs from the EU in two years time ) be expected to support himself and he's or her family without right of employment being conferred on those British Expats with the Permanent Residence card.

No doubt it would also be beholden on working British Expats - to ensure they have the Permanent Residence card on hand,
to present to any new employer whenever they change jobs in Spain, following Brexit. If the above is true ?

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To help out forum members with all this hassle I have a cunning plan

I will firstly apply to be a Mormon. After that as an Irish citizen I will be able to get any of you members whom I marry permission to stay in Spain.

Now as I don't want too many mother in laws I am limiting this offer to 25 women. Preference will be given to 25 to 40 age group, brunettes who are stunners and great cooks. A good knowledge of football and ability to remain silent when Celtic are on tv are also advantages

Send pics of both yourself and your best meal creation to my forum contact address

Winners will be notified by post within 30 days. Only one application per household as I am not marrying sisters- nutty I maybe but not weird.

Under no circumstances need Brexiteers apply.
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To help out forum members with all this hassle I have a cunning plan

I will firstly apply to be a Mormon. After that as an Irish citizen I will be able to get any of you members whom I marry permission to stay in Spain.

Now as I don't want too many mother in laws I am limiting this offer to 25 women. Preference will be given to 25 to 40 age group, brunettes who are stunners and great cooks. A good knowledge of football and ability to remain silent when Celtic are on tv are also advantages

Send pics of both yourself and your best meal creation to my forum contact address

Winners will be notified by post within 30 days. Only one application per household as I am not marrying sisters- nutty I maybe but not weird.

Under no circumstances need Brexiteers apply.
Thats me ruled out then, but desperately checking the old family tree to see if me mother and father ( From the North) descended from the South, and I can claim heritage from county Cork............Im getting desperate.

I am out of your selection criteria

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Should have made it clear the cooking ability is the main criteria
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Should have made it clear the cooking ability is the main criteria
That is me out of the competition, I managed to burn boiled eggs today, honestly the shells were intact, but the egg white burned, we tried to bounce them, and they bounced!

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