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For families, it’s not enough for the family head to have the correct paperwork. Each member of the family needs to have a residency permit, provided by the relevant Spanish Consulate in their home country. This way upon arrival in Spain, you will be eligible for a residency card.
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It must be very tough to receive a letter from the immigration offices, saying you and/or your family must return to your home country tomorrow, due to not having handled the needed paperwork correctly.
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See, there are two things that almost always happen. To all of us.

On the one hand, not understanding what most laws state. Unless you’re a lawyer, you likely won’t understand them. They’re not made to be understood by day-to-day people. They’re too complex.

On the other hand, we trust what we hear people say, and what we read on the internet. We always do. Have it be to buy a new pair of jeans, to find out the latest on Netflix, to research places to visit in a new city… Or to handle paperwork to obtain residency in a new country.

A lot of times it works out. But not always.

Handling all the correct paperwork needed to obtain residency or nationality is hard. It doesn’t always go well. It may look like a simple job at first, but there are too many variables to take into account. It’s easy to make a mistake, and sometimes the consequences can be tough.

We have compiled 10 people’s cases. Individuals and families who have had these types of problems.

If you’re thinking about applying for a residency permit in Spain, or you’re in the process of doing so, I think these cases will be of interest.

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The story of David and his family. Out of nowhere, having to leave and go back to their home country.
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Not being aware of the rules, and getting something so simple as the dates confused, could lead to a radical change in your life. We’ll see how Kate got into some serious trouble and was never able to drive in Spain again.
Being away from Spain for 6 months, while living in a residency permit, can lead to your permit not being renewed.
You must follow set dates. They’re very important. Sometimes, if you present your documents outside set dates, you can be denied your residency. It’s hard to take in, but it’s reality.
Born and raised in Spain, Juan left his country to follow his dreams and work in Silicon Valley (U.S.). What he didn’t know is that he would lose his Spanish nationality. It was a sad and unfair case.
Important to note that one cannot have two different residency permits – the first must be cancelled in order to obtain the second.
Children’s residency authorizations will depend on one of their parents’ residency authorizations. Therefore, children permit cannot get requested prior to parents’ permits. This risks the children’s authorizations being denied.
Alan came to enjoy his retirement under Spain’s sun. But not knowing the set dates when he would need to renew his permit, didn’t allow him to do so. Not being aware of information is a small mistake, but it can cause big problems.
Jason and Anna’s story, two Australians who decided to travel to Turkey and the U.S. This trip put their Spanish residency in danger.
An unexpected event can have an enormous effect in your life. Making a small mistake after a long day of work can affect your future. What happened to Michael could happen to anyone. Anyone.
Although your international drivers license allows you to drive in Spain for 6 months, it is imperative to know the end date. You must request a Spanish driver’s license, or request an approval of your foreign license, before the 6-month mark.
Anne sadly had to spend the Christmas holidays away from her family. We’ll tell you the details of how she had to request an authorization to come back into Spain.
How Bryan had to go back to his country, and leave a career-changing project aside, due to being unaware of the details behind an entrepreneur visa.
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