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Old Mar 14th 2021, 5:32 pm
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Originally Posted by Stingychips View Post
Spanish police have always done that . If you can’t prove who you are you are taken to the police station or your hotel or house to get your passport or any over document to prove who you are. Especially if a crime has been committed.
Quite right to do that
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Old Mar 14th 2021, 6:04 pm
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Originally Posted by bfg69bug View Post
you can argue all you like - as is the case with the "residency denied" thread. It´s what you can prove that counts.
If someone shows them their passport and it has no Schengen area stamps in it, there's no difference between someone who's overstayed since last year and has no intention of applying for residency and someone who's living in Spain since last year but has not yet got round to applying for residency before the deadline.
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Old Mar 15th 2021, 12:54 pm
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I have seen many Brits back home that voted Leave in order to take back control of their borders (whatever they thought this entails), and complain they can’t stay longer than 90 days anymore - they actually think it’s solely at the feet of the Spanish government...?

There are genuinely not so bright individuals who cannot / will not see the impact of their actions. I thibk this is a genuine post, the OP got a dose of the reality that is post Brexit and it’s left a families head spinning.

I saw a documentary on YT by a prominent credit rating agency that said Spain is in trouble due to its lack of job creation / unemployment that can’t be sustained by its current market. Once in the black it’s now deeply in red and no sight out. A pension deficit for citizens is looking dire due to the saturation of companies mostly trying to get on the foreign property portfolio with handsome construction loans.

I definitely will retire here (41) but there is little chance I’d invest myself in working for a Spanish company for a Spanish pension. Thankfully my company had agreed to pay via a third party accountancy firm that gives me a Spanish payroll.

ive had plenty of good interviews only to be offered some 15-17k less than what I’d be earning in the U.K. The opportunity to progress is there but to wait maybe 1-3 years is not something I could personally afford.

Life is good in Spain, don’t get me wrong but not not worth the grind for the pesetas you get in return. I don’t think many people realise this.
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