Living in Spain in 2021 after Brexit

Living in Spain in 2021

With the end of the Brexit transition period looming ever closer, people are asking what is it going to be like Living in Spain in 2021?

Living in Spain after Brexit

Well negotiations are still ongoing but our guess is that a deal is close to being struck and that whilst there will be a more complicated and costly process for Brits wishing to move to Spain after Brexit. It will still be possible.

Those already Living in Spain with resident status will be free to carry on as normal although they should make sure they obtain the new TIE identity card that replaces the green paper resident card. We have been told that if you have a green paper resident card then you do not need the TIE, but in reality it looks like certain other procedures are asking for the TIE to be shown so it goes without saying that life will be simpler for you if you get your TIE ASAP. Once you have the TIE then Living in Spain in 2021 after Brexit will remain unchanged.

Advice on Living in Spain in 2021

If you want help and advice on Living in Spain in 2021 after Brexit then visit the two information pages on the advance moves site. The pages are crammed full of current information and useful links on all aspects of Living in Spain in 2021 and how to move to Spain. Check out the Moving to Spain information page and the Removals to Spain information page for help and advice on Living in Spain in 2021 after Brexit.

Save money on Living in Spain in 2021 after Brexit

If you want to save money on Moving to Spain then use the Advance Moves quick quote system. Use the yellow Quick quote buttons on the advance moves site and enter some basic details about your removal to Spain and within 30 seconds you will have an instant online quote emailed to you. After that you will then receive up to 6 more accurate quotes for your removal to Spain from professional removal companies that best match your removal requirements. The whole process saves you time and money on Removals to Spain.


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