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The thing is, I don't know how you could work it out to apply for residency if you will be moving around. It can take many months for the paperwork to go through for non-EU citizens, and during that time you have to go to the foreigner's office several times in person (for an interview, for fingerprinting, to pick up the actual card). It would have to be the same foreigner's office each time - and if you have moved to the other side of the country that really complicates things. Besides, we (non-EU citizens) are required to notify the local foreigner's office each time we move, to update our paperwork with our new address. So you would eternally be starting your paperwork over. I'm not sure how you could get around this.

Yes, Spanish red tape can be a never-ending nightmare. :eek:
 
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