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RESIDENCE IN SPAIN

Posted: Sun Feb 11, 2024 2:37pm
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Kamel3112

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Hello. I have bought an apartment a long time ago in Vera and now I would like to move to live in Spain. I am French and already have the NIE and the property deeds.  I would also like to buy a car. Please advise on the procedure to settle in all legality.

Thanking you in advance

Kamel 

DarioMartin

Posted: Sun Feb 11, 2024 10:03pm

DarioMartin

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Posted: Sun Feb 11, 2024 10:03pm

For you, very very easy.  Come to Spain, apply to go on the Padrón at your Ayuntamiento, get proof of finance (around 9.000€ available to you), proof of either health entitlement in Spain or health insurance, then fill in the form and register for residencia and you are done :-D

It may serve you to engage a gestor to navigate the extremely murky waters of Spanish bureaucracy but in effect you can come here, settle in and start living :-D

Kamel3112

Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2024 12:25am

Kamel3112

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Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2024 12:25am

DarioMartin wrote on Sun Feb 11, 2024 10:03pm:

For you, very very easy.  Come to Spain, apply to go on the Padrón at your Ayuntamiento, get proof of finance (around 9.000€ available to you), proof of either health entitlement in Spain or health insurance, then fill in the form and register for residencia and you are done :-D

It may serve you to engage a gestor to navigate the extremely murky waters of Spanish bureaucracy but in effect you can come here, settle in and start living :-D...

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Thank you so much for the advice and I really appreciate. Regards. Kam

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