Does your company have a vacancy?

Do you have a paid vacancy or voluntary position in your company in the area of Malaga and you are looking for a native (European language) speaker? Send us the details and we will share it on our facebook page and other social media, like twitter and Google+, totally free … Continue reading

Transferring to Spanish driving licence

When you are a resident in Spain and your EU driving license is about to expire you will need to convert to a Spanish license. This is called a canje del permiso de conducción de paises de la Unión Europea. Paperwork For this you must have a valid ‘residence permit‘ the so-called … Continue reading

Relocation assistance when moving to Malaga

The European Union has created for the citizens of Europe created a very useful website. It provides help and advice for living, working and travelling in Spain. Here you will find information about your rights in other EU countries, with many useful tips in English or if you find this easier … Continue reading

The Relocation Consultant

Perhaps you will be retiring soon and would like to spend your free time in the Spanish sun. Have a nice lunch on the beach, go golfing with friends or take your boat out. But yes, the language and local bureaucracy are things you dread. Understandably so. Luckily there is … Continue reading

Converting driving license to Spanish

To convert your driving license from a foreign one (EU) to a Spanish (canja) you need to take a few relatively easy steps. Hand in your driving license Request an appointment, this can be done trough the internet. Click here to go to the website. Get a medical test. You can do … Continue reading

‘Baja Consular’ no longer necessary for car import

As of 18th November 2013, British consulates in Spain no longer issue the Consular Letter: Transfer of Address for importation of vehicles/household goods/change of registration plates (also known as the Baja Consular). From the British Consulate ‘The Agencia Tributaria that the following documents could be accepted as proof of residence, in place … Continue reading