Spanish Residency Resources

Getting your Spanish residency can seem daunting but it doesn’t have to be. Our biggest piece of advice is to get professional help, which is why we have partnered with specific law firms that provide exceptional services that can help you in your move to Spain or if you’re already here. We have spent time and research developing our relationships with these firms and are confident and hapy to refer them to you.

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JLCA & Associates, Lawyers

With extensive experience in immigration and residency processes in Spain, the team at JLCA & Associates can help in various legal matters pertaining to your move and life in Spain. Their personalized legal services take into account each client’s personal and family situation. Their goal is to facilitate your new life in Spain without any unpleasant surprises.

They can provide help and advice in various areas: Spanish Visas, such as Spain’s investment residency (Golden Visa), non-lucrative residency in Spain, residency for employed or self-employed work, student visas; and Spanish Nationality through the new Democratic Memory Law (also known as the Ley de Nietos).

JLCA & Associates have several offices:

Romans & Associates, Lawyers

Romans & Associates are led by Laura Romans, a local of Denia, Spain. Located on the main street of Marques de Campo in Denia, the team provides legal services and help with residency in Spain. 

Romans & Associates can especially help with local registrations such as geting your NIE card, Spanish bank account, and more, particularly in Denia. 

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