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The differences between the Golden Visa and Non-Lucrative Visa

About the Golden Visa and the Non-Lucrative Visa in Spain … Understanding the differences between the Golden Visa and the Non-Lucrative Visa is essential for non-EU nationals considering a move to Spain. Both visa options offer pathways to residency but cater to different needs and financial circumstances. The Spanish Golden Visa, introduced to attract foreign

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A Comprehensive List of International Schools in Malaga and the Costa del Sol

When relocating to the Costa del Sol, choosing the best international school in Malaga for your child is paramount. The diversity of international schools in Malaga offers exceptional choices for families seeking a globally-focused education. These schools offer excellent opportunities for children to thrive in a multicultural environment, preparing them academically, socially, and culturally for

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8 Tips for Securing Your Ideal Rental Property in Malaga and the Costa del Sol in 2024

Are you looking to secure a fabulous rental property in Malaga in 2024?  As Malaga and the Costa del Sol continue to attract newcomers from all over the globe, the rental market becomes even more complicated. Securing a good rental property requires time and preparation. This is where we can help you … 1. Commencing

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Malaga 2023: Number One Expat City

Málaga 2023 Expat City Ranking Highlights As we mentioned in our previous post “8 Tips for Securing Your Ideal Rental Property in Malaga in 2024“, securing a good rental property is becoming increasingly challenging. Read these Málaga 2023 Expat City Ranking Highlights to understand why … In terms of overall excellence, Málaga 2023 outshines its

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Moving to Spain from the US

Spain has been a popular vacation destination for American citizens for decades. However, recently, we have seen a big increase in people moving to Spain from the US.  The two main groups relocating are: There are so many reasons for moving to Spain and we could talk about this for hours. However, moving to a

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Visas for Moving to Spain as a non EU Citizen

Applying for Residency in Spain in 2024 : EU Citizen without an employment contract

Applying for Residency in Spain in 2024 : EU Citizen without an employment contract If you are an EU Citizen without an employment contract, applying for residency in Spain in 2024, you will almost certainly fall into one of the following categories: The regulations for residency application in Spain changed back in 2012. The change

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Shattered Dreams or New Opportunities? The Impact of Coronavirus and Brexit on Moving to Spain in 2020.

The Impact of Coronavirus and Brexit on Moving to Spain in 2020. Are you one of the many people who are thinking of moving to Spain in 2020 or soon after? Are you looking forward to a new and improved lifestyle? Have you been dreaming of outdoor living, healthy Mediterranean diets, more time with your

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Accompanied Orientation Visits Malaga: The Answer to Your Question “Is Malaga For Me”?

Moving to a new country is pretty daunting. The wrong decision can be costly and have long term consequences for you and other family members. However, making the right decisions from the outset opens a new world of experiences and adventures.  Don’t leave yourself wondering “what if” … If you are wondering if Malaga and

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Help in Spain: Save Time and Money with our Spain Survival Pack and Spain Solutions.

Our Spain Survival Pack is your ultimate access to help in Spain once you have arrived in your new home. Whether you have recently relocated or purchased a property in Spain, there are numerous administrative tasks to organise and keep on top of. The first three months in Spain are the most challenging. For this reason

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10 Tips For Finding The Best International Schools in Spain For Your Children

Moving abroad with your children is an exciting opportunity for them to learn a new language and experience a different culture. Finding the best international schools in Spain may not be such an exciting task. Making sure your children receive the best education is an important part of this big adventure. Many expats enrol their children

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Help With Your Contract in Spanish

Are you about to sign a contract in Spanish? Please stop and think before you “just sign on the dotted line”! Signing rental contracts or any other kind of contract in Spanish should be approached with as much, if not more, caution as in your home country. Too many non-Spanish-speaking expats are, too often, encouraged to

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To Rent or Buy in Malaga

The decision whether is is better to rent or buy in Malaga is a very personal one. It is a decision that should be taken once you have researched thoroughly. It is a decision you should make without unnecessary, outside influence. (ie. pushy estate agents!) As a Relocation Consultant and a Property Finder, I assist

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Americans in Spain

Residency, Visas and Permits for Americans in Spain: Americans on Spain, who are visiting for a period less than three months, can travel visa free. However, Spanish authorities may require proof of funds or a return or onward travel ticket. If a visit needs to be prolonged, an Extension of Stay, of no more than

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