PURPLE PERMITS by PURPLE CARS
María has been helping foreign nationals navigate the maze of Spanish Bureaucracy for many years. She joined the Purple Team in 2018 and heads up Purple Permits.
She deals with all of Purple Permits’ clients personally and guides them through each stage of the process – whether they are applying for residency, changing their driving licence from a UK licence to a Spanish one, importing their UK registered cars, etc.
María spends a lot of her time in queues in Government Departments so that you don’t have to!
She is supported back at the office by a team who are able to take your details and advise you what paperwork you need to bring for your first (free, no-obligation) meeting with María.
So call us now on 952 010 009, WhatsApp on 603 200 559 or email email@example.com
María and the team at Purple Permits are here to help take the hassle out of Spanish Bureaucracy.
Yesterday we went in PP and Maria was amazing. Not only dealing with my residency and my husband and mine driving licenses. She went the extra mile with a diff problem. Calling number on page and sorting our issue. Brilliant
March 16, 2019
Maria has been wonderful sorting out about 5 different services and paperwork for me all at the same time. Fast, reliable and great price. Thankyou!!
October 10, 2019
Whether you are a resident or not, if you own a property in Spain you should be registered on your local Town Hall Padron.
Every person registered on the Padron brings State Government funds to your local area.
This does not affect your residency status but the Padron document is often required for other things.
An NIE number is usually the first thing you apply for if you are planning to spend any amount of time in Spain. Although the rules, have recently changed, it is required for many things including buying a house or car.
Depending on your circumstances, you may need a Social Security number. This is different from your NIE.
The rules regarding applying for Permanent Residency are currently changing on a fairly regular basis, especially for UK Citizens in the wake of Brexit.
UK Nationals now have to apply for a Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjeros (TIE) instead of the old Residencia. If you are currently resident in Spain with a Residencia, at some point you will have to exchange it for a TIE.
Other European Nationals can still apply for a Residencia.
María is keeping up to date with all the changes and requirements for obtaining either a TIE or Residencia and can advise on the best way to qualify for Residency, whether you are British or from elsewhere in Europe or other parts of the world.
If you buy or sell a car in Spain, whether to or from a dealer or private individual, there are procedures which need to be followed to ensure that the correct transfer documents are processed.
This is very different from the simple change of owner slip on the V5 in England, for example.
If you keep a car in Spain which is on UK or Gibraltar plates you must, after a certain period of time, legally import the car into Spain and change your plates to Spanish.
This is a legal requirement and you can be heavily fined if you exceed the time allowed.
If you are now living in Spain and still have a driving licence issued in your home country you could be breaking the law in both countries.
Under most circumstances, if you are applying for Spanish Residency, you will need Private Health Insurance. We can advise and assist in getting the best policy at the right price.
Calle Miguel Servet 2,
Poligino Industrial, Estepona,
29680 Estepona, Málaga
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