How to get a Padron certificate in Guardamar del Segura – Alicante

In simple terms, the nearest equivalent to a Padron is the Electoral Register in the UK – a list of residents in a town or area. The complete name in Spanish is Certificado de Empadronamiento, but most people just call it a Padron certificate. Registering on the Padron means you’re officially living in that town,…

Mijas Foreigners Department

A vital free service to foreign residents since 1985 – find out more! Mijas is a municipality in Malaga province in Andalucia, lying between Fuengirola and Marbella. Mijas now has nearly 90,000 registered residents, more than 35% of whom are non-Spanish. The vast majority are British, Scandinavian and German, but in total there are no…

Switching from Private to Public Healthcare on a Non-Lucrative Visa

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJ1fwwkaz-8 One of the most frequent questions we receive from our clients who are early retirees is “Can I switch from private healthcare to public healthcare once I am of state pension age in the UK?”´  The answer is yes, absolutely! If you’re of state retiree age in the UK, which is when many qualify…

The Benefits of Using a Currency Transfer Company for Your Move to Spain

Hola! Are you planning a move to the sun-drenched landscapes of Spain? Whether it’s the draw of golden beaches, vibrant cities, or a laid-back lifestyle, one thing is for sure – managing your finances wisely is absolutely key. Using an established foreign currency exchange company can make your move smoother, more efficient, and could potentially…

IPREM and the NLV – check out the figures for 2023

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F62zAKKsje8&t=20s The non-lucrative visa income and savings requirements are based on a system called IPREM, read on to find out more about how this affects your visa application and renewals In 2023, IPREM increased to €600 per month and this has pushed up the financial requirements for both an initial visa application and renewals.  The…