Well first of all I have a few questions -Sorry, just that I went there at that time and because they only have 15 appointments they were essentially already taken by the time I got there. After they have they 15 people they just tell people to come back the next day and try again! They suggested going there for 3am! Didn't know about St Marti.I only went to Sant Adria de Besos because it was the advice I was given. I will look into St Marti. So what sort of time would you recommend? is it appointment only?
If one moves to Spain, you are seeking work so you have, then you are not permitted to apply for an NIE.
As an EU Citizen, you must register on the EU Citizen’s Register. The registration means you will get a card (piece of green paper) which will bear the NIE which you have been assigned.
If you have a job offer showing, the name and references of the company, that replaces the requirement to show that you have an income/savings and medical cover.
Most in your position wait until they have an offer before making the application.
Within 90 days of moving here you are required (by law) to sign on the list of foreigners and get your residency certificate.Hi Juan,
Thanks for your reply. To be honest, I've read so many conflicting information on the internet, that I'm not entirely sure what I'm supposed to be doing! I'm just doing what Ranstad have told me to do which is to obtain the NIE, followed by social security number, then finally open a bank account.
Sorry, I may be wrong, but from searching the internet and asking at the extranjería at my nearby Nacional police I understand the following to mean :- if one moves here then they are required to register as of that time:-Within 90 days of moving here you are required (by law) to sign on the list of foreigners and get your residency certificate.
Sorry, I may be wrong, but from searching the internet and asking at the extranjería at my nearby Nacional police I understand the following to mean :- if one moves here then they are required to register as of that time:-
(PORTAL DE INMIGRACIÃ“N Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social: Ciudadanos de la Unión Europea)
From 28 March 2007, Royal Decree 240/07 requires that all EU citizens planning to reside in Spain for more than 3 months should register in person at the Oficina de Extranjeros in their province of residence or at designated Police stations
In addition: If one does not intent (plan) to stay three months or more, but nevertheless does stay PÊRMANENTLY for 3 months,they are required to register, as too are those who stay 183 in total in a year.
What was the result? What did they tell you? I'm planning to go there tomorrow because I'm getting so much conflicting information.Hi snikpoh,
Thank you for your reply. I suppose I could, but I'd have no idea where. Also having been to the local police station at two times already at six in the morning, I'm sort of relunctant to go further out, especially for that time in the morning if the result is the same!
If you mean Sant Adria de besos you'd have to go there really early. They suggest 3am. Otherwise, keep trying the website get an appointment. My own NIE situation is a bit messy so I wouldn't to advise on how to actually get one!