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Choosing a school for your children in Barcelona: an expat’s guide to school applications

When emigrating, one of the most important decisions families face is where to send their children. Trying to understand a new education system, especially in another language, can be daunting for parents. Fortunately, the process in Barcelona isn’t overly complicated, but it does require that you understand the process and stick to the key dates to avoid disappointment. This article serves as an easy-to-understand guide for how to choose a school in Barcelona and secure a place for your child. How does the schooling system in Barcelona work? Before beginning the application process, it is important to understand the key fundamentals of the Barcelona...

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Your valid UK driving licence will now be recognised for driving in Spain until 30 April 2022

Following on from our previous news post, the validity of British driving licences in Spain after Brexit has been extended for the fourth time. Below you can find the updated guidance, case by case. If you were living in Spain before 1 January 2021 Your valid UK driving licence will now be valid for driving in Spain until 30 April 2022. If you registered your intention to exchange with the DGT before 30 December 2020, you must request an appointment with the DGT to exchange your UK licence by 30 April 2022. You must follow this procedure to complete the process without taking...

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What residence permit can Ukrainians fleeing the conflict get in Spain?

Ukrainian nationals can travel freely in the Schengen area without a need for a visa, and can remain in the Schengen states for 90 days every 6 months. Therefore it is possible to enter EU easily. At the moment there are no internal border controls among Schengen states, however, it is possible that these will be reintroduced at some point as a temporary measure to maintain security and better cope with any large influx of displaced citizens. What options do you have if you are currently in Spain? Depending on how long you would like to stay in Spain, and what is the...

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Investment in Catalonia

The COVID-19 pandemic struck a blow for much of the global economy. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) was no exception. FDI as a whole declined 42% with developed economies seeing the biggest decline. One exception to the degree of decline was Catalonia, the region of Spain containing Barcelona. According to a report from Catalonia Trade & Investment, Catalonia’s decline was only 22.7%, almost half the global amount. That Catalonia has weathered the storm so well is indicative of a positive economic picture. 2020 built upon the previous 4 years, which saw consistent increases in FDI projects. In these 5 years from 2016-2020,...

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How do I Start a Limited Company in Spain?

Starting a limited company or Sociedad Limitada is a manageable process, but one that involves a great deal of bureaucracy, capital, and effort. Before trudging ahead, there are a number of preliminary steps that must be undertaken. If you are not already a resident of Spain, you and all other directors will need to get a Foreigner Identity Number or NIE. This will provide Spanish residency for business purposes. You will also need to register the company name with Spain’s registry of companies the Registro Mercantil. This will ensure that no other company in Spain is using the name already. The...

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Can I Start a Business as a Foreigner in Spain?

It is certainly possible to start a business as a foreigner in Spain. You just need a business plan, enough capital, and the right documentation. Some of these things will differ depending on whether you want to be self-employed or start a limited company. For those wishing to start a business on a self-employed basis (Autónomo), you will first need two things before beginning the startup process. You will need a work permit and a national identification number (NIE). To obtain a work permit for setting up an Autónomo, you will need to submit a business plan, a copy of the...

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