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snikpoh 23rd September 2012 12:50 PM

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Originally Posted by gus-lopez (Post 905611)
If they are applying for spanish nationality then they must be A ) married to a spaniard ; therefore the rules for them are completely different in that they can obtain automatic citizenship after 1 year.
B) if not married then most other scenarios,to be in a position to apply, would mean that they must have been here a minimum of 5 years .

How to apply for Spanish nationality. Legal information and advice by iAbogado, your English-speaking Spanish lawyers | iAbogado

With regards to the Spanish ministry info , I'd take that with a pinch of salt . Eu rules take precedence over national law unless national law offers greater benefits.



I thought it was 10 years? I'll browse the link you gave.

gus-lopez 23rd September 2012 03:44 PM

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Originally Posted by snikpoh (Post 905666)
I thought it was 10 years? I'll browse the link you gave.

Yes it is 10 years for most eu citizens but is only 5 for people from south america , asylum seekers,spanish descendants, etc. Only 2 years if you are a footballer.


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