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The Klev&Vera Law News Update

Changes in the rights of minor immigrants in Spain

Changes in the rights of minor immigrants in Spain On Tuesday 19th October the Government approved the modification of the rights and freedoms of unaccompanied minors and minors under guardianship in order to obtain residency and work permits in a simpler administrative process. This modification by the BOE has come into effect on the 9th November 2021, and it favors the integration of young people separated from their parents so that it is easier to gain financial independence; it is foreseen that 15,000 minors will benefit from these reforms. The reform is based on 9 elements, all of which have been put...

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UK driving licence validity in Spain extended until 28 February 2022

Your valid UK driving licence will now be recognised for driving in Spain until 28 February 2022 Following on from our previous post, the validity of British driving licences in Spain after Brexit has been extended for the third 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 28 February 2022. You should have registered your details and intention to exchange with the DGT before 30 December 2020 and requested an appointment with the DGT to exchange...

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How to obtain a Divorce Decrees in Spain

A Divorce Decrees is, in the eyes of the court, the document that formally ends your marriage. The main reason why someone needs divorce papers is because they want to remarry. Many states and countries require a copy of the divorce papers in order to issue a new marriage license. This is to ensure that the divorce was legal and that the new marriage can be performed. It serves three main functions: • First, it contains information about you, your spouse, and any children from the marriage in order to clearly identify the parties to the divorce. • Second, it requires factual statements that...

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How do you make a Spanish denuncia in Barcelona?

A Spanish “denuncia” is a complaint about something or someone. The police investigate and check whether there is a case or not. If you have been a victim of a crime, you can make an appointment for a Denuncia at any office of the Guardia Civil or Policia Local. Appointments can only be made online. To reduce waiting times at the police stations and to guarantee the prevention measures recommended by the health authorities regarding the pandemic, the Mossos d'Esquadra have set up an appointment service for complaints. The appointment service is complementary and does not exclude the reception of complaints or the...

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How to get a Certified Copy of Death Certificate USA?

After a person dies, the government issues a death certificate recording the event. The next of kin will need certified copies of it to handle financial and legal matters on behalf of the deceased. It is important to know where to present these documents and how to request additional certificates. What Is a Death Certificate? It is an official document issued by the government stating the time, place, and cause of death of an individual. Death certificates serve as proof of an official death for legal purposes and are used to close the estate of the deceased. They are also used by...

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How much is child maintenance in Spain?

Divorce and finance can be difficult matters, especially when dependant children are involved. The most important thing to consider when divorcing with children in Spain is how child support is calculated. Calculating Child Maintenance Child maintenance is calculated as a living cost and does not include extraordinary expenses such as presents, holidays, extra school activities or medical assistance not covered by Social Security. In Spain it must be paid until children are over the age of 18 years or until they become financially independent. Anyway, things are different in every case, so it is important to seek legal advice specific to your...

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