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Old May 18th 2005, 4:41 pm
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Someone has just told me that they have obtained residencia in Spain but they are actually UK residents.

Is this allowed? What would be the advantages? Am I missing something or is this a bit dodgy?
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Originally Posted by dazzle
Someone has just told me that they have obtained residencia in Spain but they are actually UK residents.

Is this allowed? What would be the advantages? Am I missing something or is this a bit dodgy?
If you spend over 6 months in Spain you are obliged to become residents...not that anyone would know if you didn't.
Becoming residents has financial benefits and you are residents but classed as Foreigners.
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