yes, you can only do it at an extranjeríaI'm not sure if you can do this by e-mail, but my guess is not. I changed my address at the police station (where you obtain NIEs). Had to queue so take a good book!
yes, you can only do it at an extranjería
I've always been told you have to go back to the one you went to originally, but I'm going to try to change mine at an office which has opened nearer to us soon, so I'll let you know how I get on
we originally went to Benidorm - even though we had been told our office was Denia & that's where we originall got our NIEs several years previously - I knew someone in my town who had had theirs done in Benidorm -also it was a 'walk in service' no previous appt. reqd., so we thought it was worth trying - & it was a day out even if we were refused (I do like a day in Benidorm now & then )Around here these offices have all been centralised to Valencia - some functions that were there (Valencia) have now come back to local offices.
So ..... check first to see where your office is now!
very good!!I went to the Tenencia in our village when we moved and they changed the address on the padron and also sent the new address to the appropriate office in Estepona.
So no queueing at the Foreign Police needed.
it's actually the foreigners office that you go toWhen I first obtained residencia and when I renewed it we never went near a Police station.
We don't have National Police, neither a foreigners office, the place we go is the place, where amongst other things the driving licences are obtained.it's actually the foreigners office that you go to
a lot of foreigners offices are in National Police stations though
of course on your little island it's bound to be a bit different