Emigration and Visas in Spain
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Spain Immigration and Visas
You must register as a Spanish resident if you want to stay in Spain for more than 3 months.
You will get a green A4 certificate or credit card-sized piece of paper from Extranjeria or the police.
Residency after Brexit
If the UK leaves the EU with a deal, and you are resident in Spain before the end of the implementation period you will be able to stay.
If you arrive in Spain before the end of the implementation period, you will be able to register as resident in Spain under the current rules, and will have your right to residence in Spain protected for as long as you remain resident.
If there are changes to residency registration processes after Brexit, we will update this guidance as soon as information is available.
In some parts of Spain, UK nationals are currently unable to register as a resident as appointments are not available. If you donít yet have a residence certificate, the residency advice on the Moncloa website is to make sure you have proof you were living here before Brexit (such as padrůn registration or a rental contract), and to keep checking the online appointment system for new appointments.
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, any UK national residing in Spain before the date the UK leaves will be considered legally resident for a period of 21 months, irrespective of whether they currently hold a residency document.