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Old Jan 9th 2021, 12:17 am
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On Monday the 11th the National Police are opening an office in Ayamonte to issue and reissue foreign nationals with cards, certificates and paperwork that had to previously be done in Huelva.

To book an appointment go to https://sede.administracionespublicas.gob.es/icpplus/index.html

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Old Jan 10th 2021, 10:16 am
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Old Jan 19th 2021, 12:13 pm
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I understand that NIE is for EU citizens and that non-EU should have TIE. What practical difference does this make? For example our purchase/deeds are all based on NIE as are our bank accounts etc. I assume we will be dis-empadronated! Does this mean restrictions on what we can buy - eg cars etc. And/if we might be liable for additional taxes when taking purchases back to the UK. Will we need to change right away and how do we sort out any retrospective issues (if any)?
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That is not correct. Every foreigner in Spain should have an NIE number. As a resident, initially you would have had a green form/card which, like everything else, has your NIE number on the form.

When you swap it for the TIE it will still have your NIE number on it. It does not mention TIE at all. It says Permiso de Residencia.
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That is not correct. Every foreigner in Spain should have an NIE number. As a resident, initially you would have had a green form/card which, like everything else, has your NIE number on the form.

When you swap it for the TIE it will still have your NIE number on it. It does not mention TIE at all. It says Permiso de Residencia.
Thanks Fred, but I am a non-resident property owner so I don't think the residencia rules apply?
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If you are not resident, you will not get a TIE. Nothing really changes for you apart from the fact that you can only stay for 90 days on every 180 days.
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If you are not resident, you will not get a TIE. Nothing really changes for you apart from the fact that you can only stay for 90 days on every 180 days.
Good point, note I think that is 90 days in 180 for all EU countries, so nipping across the border for a few days doesn't help, those days count toward the 90 max.

Though how it can be policed ... I dont know.

Since most non residents are visiting their secondary home, (technically) its less likely that they will stay the full 90 days (though possible). Most make multiple trips of several weeks. So one has to add up the days from the first trip start date + 180 days and stop at 90. Then the 180 day window shifts forward.

We dont know many non residents who stay more than 180 days/year anyway. So hopefully this wont be a huge hassle. There have always been other residency rules for people staying over these numbers anyway.

That's if you can travel... Grrrrrr... Still locked down!

I got this on TV yesterday from the EU. EU vaccine plans. Key dates, are at the end of

March, May, September. Depending on your risk level.

September 2021 will have 70% of EU vaccinated = herd immunity threshold.

I'm a bit narked that there isn't a 100% target. I could still get CV19 AFTER September if not vaccinated!!! (Though the R number is much lower)
After 18+ months of lockdown!!! What a shame! I think the UK have a target to vaccinate 100% of adults. For which we are doing well, though the infection and mortality numbers are horrible.

Anyway Happy New Year... Lets hope this one is better... It should be, though the virus is fighting back. There is light at the end of the tunnel for those of us who, luckily, havent suffered from CV19.

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Good point, note I think that is 90 days in 180 for all EU countries, so nipping across the border for a few days doesn't help, those days count toward the 90 max.

Though how it can be policed ... I dont know.

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When you enter a Schengen area, initially your passport will be stamped and when you exit, it will be stamped again.

There is a computerised system coming in sometime which may help (or maybe not)

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