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  • 05-06-2018, 02:00 PM
    Unregistered

    Help

    Quote Originally Posted by kaii View Post
    Hi good day i am filipina married to spanish guy in spanish embassy (dubai) my husband wanted me to move in spain. I am hoping if you can help me if what is the possible option for us to apply or what will be my next step so i can go to spain with him.thank you in advance.
    PLEASE Can you tell me how do you get married in spanish embbassy dubai please i really need your help please expline me please dear i wait for your reply please
  • 07-31-2017, 01:24 PM
    Carbray
    Hello,


    Congratulations to the newlyweds.


    In order to have the residence permit you need a number of factors to take into account, the procedure alone can be complex, which is why they suggest that you are an immigration specialist to get them the papers for residency in Spain.


    We can help in the whole process.


    regards
  • 07-28-2017, 12:46 PM
    Patricia
    Hello Kaii

    If you decide to move to Spain with your husband, you will be able to apply for the residence card as the relative of an EU citizen. Click here to learn more about the process and feel free to email us to discuss your particular case. We will be very happy to help you.

    Regards,
  • 07-13-2017, 05:42 PM
    kaii

    I am married to spanish and planning to move in spain.

    Hi good day i am filipina married to spanish guy in spanish embassy (dubai) my husband wanted me to move in spain. I am hoping if you can help me if what is the possible option for us to apply or what will be my next step so i can go to spain with him.thank you in advance.
  • 10-19-2016, 01:40 PM
    danishrif
    hi, I want to know what is the maximum time it can take for registration. it is written process can take up-to 1 year i have spent more then 15 and half month but didn't got my registration. I submitted application on 07-07-2015 and lawyer take interview on 15-09-2015. i will wait for your kind reply and will be thankful to you.
  • 04-21-2016, 01:14 PM
    Unregistered

    What to do?

    I am a Spanish citizen and I was married to a Filipino 2006 but now we are annulled in the Philippines. The marriage was never registered in the Spanish consulate in Manila. My main concern is we have a son and I would like my son to be a Spanish citizen like me. How can I go about this? I heard I have to register the marriage so that my son can be legitimate. and then what will happen next? I am already annuled with my filipino ex husband...
  • 05-09-2014, 02:53 PM
    Unregistered
    hi there is no way that u get the citizenship without living in spain. my wife is spanish citizen and we got married last year and are registered in spansih consulate and have the certificate and family book. i got my visa for spain for 6 mnths which will expire in july this year. i haven't been there and will be going next year to apply for my residence card. is there is any way that we can show them that marriage is 1 year old and can apply for citizenship without living there as we both are living and working in UK only.

    or

    we just go their and register my self in spanish municipal office and come back to UK and after an year can i apply for citizenship. as my in-laws have their house and i can register myself on that address or anything like that.
  • 04-27-2014, 03:28 AM
    Unregistered

    About the waiting period of your Husband.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi,

    I am a Spanish national who married a non-EU person (from Syria). As soon as you get married, you apply for permanent residency which they give you in the form of a 5 year residency ID. After one year of being married you can apply for a passport/citizenship but the whole process is very slow and you will probably have to wait between 3-5 years like my husband did (he waited 5 in total). You would have to live in Spain for this time and learn Spanish as you will be tested when its time to get your passport.

    Good luck!
    Hello,
    it was really informative about the actual waiting time to get the citizenship of your husband. When we read the law it all seems easy as it says one year marriage and one year residency in Spain. But I just want to ask you a question. I heard that this waiting time to acquire the citizenship (which was 5 years in your husband's case) varies in different provinces in Spain. For example Barcelona or Madrid are the busiest and they need long time time. But other places take much lesser time as they are less crowded. Can you tell anything about this?
  • 05-30-2013, 03:01 PM
    Unregistered

    Spanish Citizen Partner

    Hi, I would like to ask what are the procedures if my partner wants me to take to Spain. His marriage has not yet annulled. but he wants me to bring to Spain so we can live together.
  • 05-23-2013, 04:54 AM
    Unregistered
    Hi,

    I am a Spanish national who married a non-EU person (from Syria). As soon as you get married, you apply for permanent residency which they give you in the form of a 5 year residency ID. After one year of being married you can apply for a passport/citizenship but the whole process is very slow and you will probably have to wait between 3-5 years like my husband did (he waited 5 in total). You would have to live in Spain for this time and learn Spanish as you will be tested when its time to get your passport.

    Good luck!
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