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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post

    A Brexit bonus for the Spanish then. They can finally get rid of the pesky British pensioners who are only there for the weather (and the villains who've run out of money).
    hey lots of cheap houses coming up in spain, maybe we can send all the Asylum people fleeing the EU in rubber Dinghies over there, has someone told Priti?

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  • Mordac
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post

    Spain requires a minimum income or pension of 2,000 Euros per month. As the UK state pension is one of the lowest in Europe, it will not suffice.
    A Brexit bonus for the Spanish then. They can finally get rid of the pesky British pensioners who are only there for the weather (and the villains who've run out of money).

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  • _V_
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post

    Spain requires a minimum income or pension of 2,000 Euros per month. As the UK state pension is one of the lowest in Europe, it will not suffice.
    Briton are 3rd World people, on 3rd World income, trying to live in a 1st World country.

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  • Paddy
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    Originally posted by DealorNoDeal View Post

    From what I've read, you now need to prove that you can financially support yourself to be allowed to stay. Many brits living over there may have little more than the state pension, and I don't know if that would be enough to qualify.
    Spain requires a minimum income or pension of 2,000 Euros per month. As the UK state pension is one of the lowest in Europe, it will not suffice.

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post

    I thought AtW was an illegal? But it is only a flat over a kebab shop, he's a bit of a let down compared to what his compatriots buy in Mayfair.
    They tried everything to get rid of him even sent him to the Palace so her Maj could tell him off but apparently we gave him residence. I reckon he will be Andy's alibi when he was working at the Pizza place

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post

    In theory any overstayers should be picked up when they next leave the country and, I presume, banned from returning.
    From the entire Schengen area, no less.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    Scum..

    (That's you by the way for poisoning the police.)
    I am the daddy...

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by _V_ View Post
    Hoping the EU take a very detailed look at all Brits there. Ideally an annual audit and compliance check until they gain citizenship there. Any doubt, straight to airport and flight to UK for handover.
    In theory any overstayers should be picked up when they next leave the country and, I presume, banned from returning.

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  • _V_
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    Hoping the EU take a very detailed look at all Brits there. Ideally an annual audit and compliance check until they gain citizenship there. Any doubt, straight to airport and flight to UK for handover.

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  • DealorNoDeal
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    From what I've read, it sounds like some Brits have been living in Spain without ever applying for residency (ie. under the radar). I think you're supposed to apply within 3 months of moving to Spain.

    Unfortunately, now that we've left the EU, it appears that they are being treated as visitors with no automatic right to stay, even though they were "living" in Spain prior to the end of the transition period. They can still apply for residency but the bar is set much higher now that we're a 3rd country.

    Apparently, one reason for not applying for residency was to avoid Spanish taxes. Another reason was so people could still access the NHS and not have to pay for private health care in Spain.

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