2019 instructions for Travel Permit “Autorización de Regreso”

If you are a non european citizen planning to travel in Xmas outside the EU zone, and you haven’t received your TIE card yet, or you are still awaiting for your renewal to be accepted, you should not leave the country without a travel permit called “autorización de regreso”. In order to get it, youContinue reading “2019 instructions for Travel Permit “Autorización de Regreso””

Submission of applications

In general, the authorizations can be presented through the following channels: 1. online using the digital certificate. 2. through the post office. 3. through the ORVE system. 4. in person   We suggest to use the first and second option, and not to present the applications in person because the offices of are mere submissionContinue reading “Submission of applications”

Mobility within the EU.

EU regulations have made it easy to move within the EU, especially for students coming from a non-EU country with a valid residence permit to study in Europe. Those students who are under a EU mobility program or inter university program are entitled to travel to a second EU country for a maximum of 360 days.   The requirements areContinue reading “Mobility within the EU.”

TIE APPOINTMENT – cita de huellas

Once you enter in Spain you need to make an appointment at the police station of your city, that is called “cita de huellas”. There they will give you a provisory NIE that will be exchanged in 40 days for your NIE cardThe appointment shall be done through the website of the immigration office, completingContinue reading “TIE APPOINTMENT – cita de huellas”

University admission letter

Renewing your NIE may be a matter of days or months. To streamline the process it is essential that the documentation you submit meets the administration’s demand, and that you review each document you submit. One of the documents that can create problems is the admission letter of the university. This letter must contain theContinue reading “University admission letter”

Searching for work permit

On the 4th of September the Spanish government has passed a new law on immigration, a law which allows students to stay in the country for one more year after finishing their studies. Until that moment only students who have lived in Spain for three years could obtain a working permit. It is still possibleContinue reading “Searching for work permit”

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