EU citizens certificate for Spain (NIE certificate)

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For any EU citizen who plans to live more than 3 months in Spain, it is required to have resident registration in order to legally perform and work in the country. Our immigration specialists can help you save time with paperwork. We offer complete support and expertise in order to obtain the certificate for your stay in Spain and make sure a smooth transition.

The service includes:

Initial analysis and workflow explanation.
Preparation and revision of required documentation.
Making appointments with the corresponding state authorities.
Submission of the documents.
Accompaniment the applicant to the appointments.

Please note: All immigration services and local registrations are accompanied, when applicable. Third-party costs are excluded.

Included in this service


Legal assessment and assistance


Immigration procedures and processes explanation


Document collection and review


Submission of the application


Follow-up of the file


Making required appointments


Accompaniment to the appointments when required


Third party costs (if any) such as translations or courier


Payment in advance of governmental fees

Pricing Breakdown

Price breakdown for all categories of services.


Free - $70

Full Service


Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • Yes, you can. EU nationals are allowed to work even before obtaining the EU certificate, although it is compulsory to obtain the certificate if your are going to stay in Spain more than 3 months.

  • The EU certificate is a permanent permit.


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