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|World & Business - Finance|
|Wednesday, 29 August 2012 14:19|
Spanish law requires all resident in Spain to register at City Hall on list of Padrón. Municipalities are required to keep a record (the municipal) all persons (of any nationality and whether or not residence) living in a municipality.
To empadronarnos'll just show up at the council (or district board in big cities) with something to show that we live in the town, which can be:
We'll have to fill in an application where where our name and address in which we will enumerate, request that we provide the council itself.
Once registered we can get us access health card (thus public health, even before you have a health card and we can go to the health services to be catered) and apply for a place in schools for children of age.
The registration expires two years after. To stay taxed before it expires we redo the same process (although we go alone).
It is very important to keep the registry, because if we want to apply for regularization by roots have to maintain for three years without registration has expired. It is important that if we move from one city to another move also enumeration.