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20 December 2020 last day to request renewal of residence permits extended due to COVID-19 in Spain, subject to 90 days “grace period”

If you have a residence or student permit in Spain that expired between 00:00 on 15/12/2019 and 00:00 on 21/06/2020, it was automatically extended during the National Emergency State in Spain based on Article 1 of Order SND/421/2020, of 18 May (BOE num. 142, of 20/05/2020). Spain declared this measure to ease the situation of many thousands of foreigners affected by the health crisis caused by the COVID-19. This automatic extension was valid for 6 months after the end of the National Emergency State, and this term is about to finalize. The last day to apply for a renewal of your automatically extended...

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BREXIT: New 2-STEP Procedure to Obtain Residency for British nationals

As of this week, #Spain is introducing a new 2-step procedure to obtain #residency certificates for #UK Nationals who wish to reside in Spain post-#Brexit. The #Withdrawal Agreement between UK and EU sets a transitional period until 31 December 2020, until which UK citizens retain all the rights as if the country were still a member of the EU. However, for all new applications from 6 July 2020, UK citizens will be issued not with a #green-residency certificate as other EU citizens, but with a third-country credit-card type ID called “#TIE” –Tarjeta de Identidad del Extranjero. This card will indicate the...

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Automatic Extension for Residence Permits during the National Emergency in Spain

Since the state of National Emergency was declared on 14 March 2020, many foreigners in Spain have been wondering what would happen to their recently expired or just about to expire residence permit. The Government issued a ruling to automatically extend most of the work and residence permits during the Covid-19 crisis. On the 20th of May, the Ministry of Health published in the BOE its Order (Orden SND/421/2020 of 18 May) under which all authorisations that expired during the state of National Emergency, as well as those that expired in the 90 days prior to its declaration, will be automatically extended....

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10 FAQs on child abduction cases in Spain

1. My child has been taken to live in Spain without my permission. What shall I do?   Action must be taken quickly. Het in contact with an International Lawyer in Spain as soon as possible to initiate the process of child return. An International Lawyer will advise you on all aspects of the Spanish legal system and jurisdiction in relation to your case and offer you immediate answers to your questions.   2. What documents are going to be required to support the request of return in Spain?   All the documents that demonstrate your liaison with the child: copy of child's Birth Certificate, marriage...

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¿Cómo afecta la crisis del COVID-19 a su trámite de inmigración en España?

Estado de Alarma en España Desde que España declaró el Estado de Alarma el 14 de marzo para combatir la enfermedad COVID-19, muchos extranjeros se vieron atrapados en medio de sus trámites de inmigración, o simplemente se quedaron en España con un visado de turista o en la situación de estancia sin visado sin poder salir porque sus vuelos fueron cancelados. Como es sabido, el Real Decreto 463/2020, de 14 de marzo, establece en su disposición adicional tercera la suspensión de los plazos administrativos y la disposición adicional cuarta en materia de suspensión de plazos de prescripción y caducidad. Por ello, la Dirección General...

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From 1 October 2018 Spanish “Autónomos” will have to deal with the Social Security On-line

The Spanish Social Security introduced the obligation for the AUTONOMOS (sole traders) to electronically manage their registration procedures, payments of contributions, and reception of all notifications of the General Treasury of the Social Security through the Electronic Administration. It will be obligatory from 1 October 2018. The General Treasury of Social Security provides two channels which you can use to fulfill this obligation: · Social Security online: Sede Electrónica de la Seguridad Social (SEDESS) where the Autonomo can operate directly, through the use of on-line services or submitting the request in the electronic register. · Sistema Red, which consists in naming an authorized...

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Child abduction (from other countries to Spain)

If you have brought your child to Spain without the other parent’s consent and they are seeking the child’s return, which you oppose, there are a few things that should know: The first stage: you get to know the trouble. If you suspect that the other parent has filed an application for the return of the child in the country where the child lived previously, and he/she knows your whereabouts in Spain you are in trouble. In case that the petition complies with all the requirements (see the previous article), the Court (of the place of residence in Spain) will issue a decision...

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Barcelona «The best major European city of the future 2018/19»

fDI Magazine, publication by the Financial Times, designated Barcelona as the best major European city of the future 2018/19 in terms of FDI Strategy (Foreign Direct Investment) and Catalonia as the most attractive region to invest of the South of Europe in terms of foreign investment in the future 2018/19. It is quite a positive piece of information for Barcelona. The prestigious ranking, that studies such factors as the profitability, the economic potential or the climate of negotiation of more than 450 regions and cities, considers that Barcelona and Catalonia keep their attractive potential and that the government policies are still being...

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Catalonia Update: British Investment Continues Despite Political Uncertainty

During the last weeks we have been receiving many enquiries from our British business clients (and to the same extent, from other countries as well) expressing concerns over the political situation in Barcelona and how it may affect their businesses. There were few weeks when it was rather difficult to predict how the situation would turn out, and surely every business in Catalonia was worried what bearing it would have on them. Well, among the hesitation of political forecasts and toxic publications in certain media, it was a breath of fresh air to attend this morning the III Barometer on Climate and...

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