By Euro Weekly News Media • 19 October 2021 • 12:51
Alicante residency help will soon be available for those applying under the terms of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
There has been lot of discussion about the issues still facing those trying to gain residency in Spain under the terms of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement. As a result, the non-profit organisation Association Babelia is hosting a series of information and one-to-one assistance sessions for UK Nationals in collaboration with the Diputación de Alicante and various town halls across the region.
Many UK Nationals still have questions or are experiencing difficulties applying for residency under the terms of the agreement and the sessions are specifically designed to help them. Some of the issues were covered in a recent article in Euro Weekly News which revealed that a large number of applications were being rejected. Babelia is particularly keen to encourage people who may struggle with paperwork to come along.
There are 10 sessions planned across the region. The first will be held at Pilar se la Hordada on October 21 and the final one will be in San Fulgencio on December2.
You can find more details and confirm your attendance at the following website: https://asociacionbabelia.org/en/informative-talks-and-one-to-one-assistance-for-uk-nationals-applying-for-residency/?fbclid=IwAR1ppNpQ5H7qPsqGKVAnbNL6fW9FWbtfIs2t9HKZLAL5Aq3JYJeSNYgVunI
For more information on the three organisations providing free, confidential support to UK Nationals and how to contact them visit: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/uk-nationals-support-fund-uknsf-applying-for-residency-in-eu-or-efta-countries#spain
Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, the number of attendees is limited, masks must be worn at all times and social distancing must be observed.
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