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Old May 14th 2012, 12:49 am
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Originally Posted by pixieve
renew your residencia? I was under the impression they didn't need renewing, only the NIE!?
some people don't seem to have 'permanenente' resident certs........

& you're supposed to tell them if you move or anything important changes, too


I can't find my green cert., there has been an important change that I should probably tell them about & I've moved, but I'm not sure I want to go through the aggro. of telling them now, tbh.

the padrón knows all this info as does my gestor & therefore the tax people etc.... maybe the computers will tell each other for me
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Originally Posted by Chiclanagir
However I have just read that after five years you become an automatic permanent resident and have no need of the certificate.
You are obliged to register when your existing card runs out. It's not automatic - you must register by law.
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Old May 14th 2012, 1:22 am
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Default Re: Read in two places today, New Laws re NIE

Originally Posted by lynnxa
some people don't seem to have 'permanenente' resident certs........

& you're supposed to tell them if you move or anything important changes, too


I can't find my green cert., there has been an important change that I should probably tell them about & I've moved, but I'm not sure I want to go through the aggro. of telling them now, tbh.

the padrón knows all this info as does my gestor & therefore the tax people etc.... maybe the computers will tell each other for me
Have you had to renew your padron often since you've moved here? I lost mine a while back (or else gave away all original copies) but i don't think it's that big of a deal..is it?
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Old May 14th 2012, 1:31 am
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Originally Posted by pixieve
Have you had to renew your padron often since you've moved here? I lost mine a while back (or else gave away all original copies) but i don't think it's that big of a deal..is it?
If you need to show your padron for any reason, eg schooling, they always like an up to date one.
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You don't normally renew your padron unless you move etc.

The padron certificate is optional. Normally, if you are asked to produce one it has to be less than 3 months old so you may need to get a new certificate but that doesn't involve re-registering.
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Originally Posted by Fred James
You are obliged to register when your existing card runs out. It's not automatic - you must register by law.
But the point is they wouldn´t let me register today because there is a new law.
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Default Re: Read in two places today, New Laws re NIE

Originally Posted by Fred James
You don't normally renew your padron unless you move etc.

The padron certificate is optional. Normally, if you are asked to produce one it has to be less than 3 months old so you may need to get a new certificate but that doesn't involve re-registering.
Yes very true.It is just updated and takes just a couple of minutes to print off with new date.
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Originally Posted by Chiclanagir
But the point is they wouldn´t let me register today because there is a new law.
I updated ours on monday for a school change with no probs.

Thats last monday, sorry.Weeks pass so quickly.
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Default Re: Read in two places today, New Laws re NIE

Originally Posted by Fred James
You don't normally renew your padron unless you move etc.

The padron certificate is optional. Normally, if you are asked to produce one it has to be less than 3 months old so you may need to get a new certificate but that doesn't involve re-registering.
ah ok. I got mine in October last year so I presume if I need it for anything else I will need an up to date one anyway.
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Originally Posted by lynnxa
exactly

I suspect that when we eventually hear of someone actually going torenew the cert., we'll hear that it's done on the spot just as a new 'padrón' cert is, though - a nuisance to be sure, but not too time-consuming

and to be fair - mostly 'they' just want the number - how often do they actually ask to see the cert.?
Uhhh no, went today and was refused as there is a new law but they don´t know what it is.
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Originally Posted by pixieve
Have you had to renew your padron often since you've moved here? I lost mine a while back (or else gave away all original copies) but i don't think it's that big of a deal..is it?
I needed one last week - but that's probably the first time for years!!

& although I have told them last time we moved, the last previous address on their computer was 2 moves ago


as paintermujer said - usually they only want a cert less than 3 months old, so no point keeping a stock of them anyway
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