Obtain residency through Royal Decree 240/2007


The Royal Decree 240/2007 facilitates residency in Spain, here we discover how to obtain residency through Royal Decree 240/2007

If you have one of the attached documents and you would like to obtain residency in Spain, then there is a way this can be obtained through document renewal, should it be the case that you are the owner of the green document in the two examples.

The green document contains its holders NIE, fiscal number, and also and as per Royal Decree 240/2007, on the entry, free movement and residence in Spain of citizens of the Member States of the European Union and of other States party to the agreement on the European Economic Area, and permits residency. This document is transferable to a new card which permits Spanish EU residency.

Royal Decree 240/2007 holds great significance in the context of obtaining residency in Spain. This decree, enacted by the Spanish government, establishes the legal framework and regulations governing various types of residency permits. It aims to attract individuals from around the world who wish to make Spain their home, either temporarily or permanently.

The white document is a copy of the NIE only and provides only a Spanish fiscal number for purcahses etc. but does not permit to be changed or does it accompany any for residency application.

Please see-here our video-blog with options and legal-advice to obtain residency in Spain.

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Permanent residency is obtained after 5 years of Spanish Residency through Self-Employed Residency, Digital-Nomad, Non-Lucrative Residency or Golden-Visa. This followed by 5 years as a permanent resident in Spain and means you can then obtain Spanish Citizenship with a Spanish Passport.

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