Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is one of the decisions that is going to happen on the 31st January 2020 despite how people feel on how they view is it destined to happen but all you need to know are the impacts if any. You don’t need to be worried if you are a British person and you need to go for a vacation in Spain this is because those who spend less than 90 days within 6months will not be affected so you can have fun during your holidays. Some of the important things that you need to be aware of are discussed below.
Always make sure that you know your rights in Spain after Brexit. If you know your rights then you can be sure that you will never be mistreated by anyone. Your working in Spain will not be affected after the withdrawal process is over so you can be sure that if you are a legal Spanish resident you will continue living there. You can be sure that if you are a legal resident of Spain you will be able to continue getting health care services like a UK state pensioner and hence you don’t need to be worried. You can be sure that you will be able to exchange your driving license without having a driving test before the end of 2020 if you are a British citizen who is living in Spain.
You need to make sure that you know the process of applying for a Spanish Visa. You need to know that the UK citizens who have registered as a resident of Spain will be required to have TIE resident card which will be issued to them. For you to be able to benefit from the withdrawal agreement you need to make sure that you register with the TIE if you don’t have a green card or any residency status so that you can secure residency. The TIE is easier to carry as it plastic and smaller and hence you can be able to conveniently carry it around as it can also act as an ID.
Another important thing t5hat you need to know is how to take Spanish citizenship. knowing the difference between Spanish citizens and resident is one that you should not ignore. If you claim citizen then your identity and the one of those born in Spain is the same.