Whether you’re moving to Barcelona for a job, to be reunited with a loved one, or just for a new adventure, you probably weren’t expecting to spend so much time jumping through bureaucratic hoops. Waiting in queues and generally dealing with the stressful reality of relocation can be exhausting
NIE Barcelona was founded by people like you who overcame the same obstacles you’re facing now. They’re a team of professional consultants from across Europe who, over the last several years, have helped hundreds of expats navigate through the Spanish bureaucratic system. If you don’t have the time, don’t speak fluent Spanish or want to avoid the headache, NIE Barcelona is a cost-efficient option that will take the stress and worry out of your relocation.
They take a personalised approach to each relocation, supplying all the necessary information, helping to prepare documents, booking all required appointments and even attending meetings with you. The team speak several languages and can help with any of the following services:
NIE: your ticket to everything in Barcelona and necessary for many aspects of life. They can help both EU and non-EU citizens alike. For EU citizens: they can help with the application process for NIE number or the permanent NIE card (Certificado de Registro de Ciudadano de la Unión). For non-EU citizens: they can guide you through the entire immigration process, regardless of whether you’re applying as a student, EU-family member or for a non-lucrative visa.
Social Security: You’ll need a social security number to work, be self-employed or have access to public healthcare.
Empadronamiento: This registration process takes place at the local town hall and is required to obtain a public health insurance card (Cat Salut) and for other immigration and administrative processes.
Health Insurance: If you intend to live in Barcelona longer than three months, the law requires that you be covered by either public or private health insurance.
Bank Account: Having a Spanish bank account will make your day-to-day life in Barcelona a lot easier, plus it will save you money in transaction fees and currency exchange.
Autónomo: If you plan to legally work in Barcelona as a freelancer, you must be registered as “autonómo”.
Driver’s License: Did you know that in some cases you’re required to change your EU driver’s license for a local one? NIE Barcelona can advise whether the exchange is necessary and guide you through the process.
Vehicle Registration: Zipping around Catalunya in a car or motorbike is a lot of fun, but you’ll need to get your vehicle registered (matricula) before getting on the road.
In short, NIE Barcelona can help with any administrative process you need to settle in Barcelona. Their team is proactive, detail orientated and committed to a personalised approach for each of their clients.
Let them help with the not-so-fun stuff, so you can start enjoying your new adventure in Barcelona.
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