Post Covid 19 Traffic Air Restrictions in Spain

(ORDER INT/578/202020, of June 29th) On June 11th, the European Commission presented its Communication on the third assessment of the application of temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the European Union. From July 1st, 2020, travel restrictions from third countries will be progressively lifted throughout the Schengen area. Based primarily on the epidemiological situation, an initial list of third countries…

What can I do during Phase 3 of the de-escalation?

4 phases: What we know about Spain’s de-escalation plan towards the ‘new normal’

Normality is something we all crave and desire, but many argue the “normal” as we used to know it is extinct and will not be back even after the immediate crisis has ended.  Many countries have since started implementing measures to loosen their restrictions and lockdowns. China’s way is unique and not directly applicable to EU countries. France and Italy…

REOPENING OF THE IMMIGRATION OFFICES AFTER THE STATE OF ALARM

The reopening of the Foreigners' Immigration Offices is planned for 25 May, although capacity will be limited and an appointment must be made in advance. IMMIGRATION OFFICES AND CUSTOMER SERVICE Coinciding with the start of Phase 2 of the de-escalation of the confinement measures in Spain, the Immigration Offices will begin to open their facilities and will thus be able…

EXTENSION OF AIR TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS SANITARY CRISIS IN SPAIN

The members of the European Council agreed on 17 March 2020 to apply, for a period of 30 days, a temporary restriction on non-essential travel from third countries to the European Union and Schengen associated countries. The agreement was aimed at limiting the spread of the COVID-19 contagion. Spain applied this agreement by means of Order INT/270/2020, of 21 March,…

“PRECONCURSO”: 4 MONTHS TO AVOID THE DISADVANTAGES OF JUDICIAL BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS

Because of the current Coronavirus crisis and the various measures implemented by the governments, many businesses see their viability affected since they had to stop their economic activity while continuing to be subject to expenses.  In light of this development, it is a logical consequence that once the confinement in Spain is lifted and the courts proceed to open, there…
Bankruptcy

What to do when facing Bankruptcy in Spain

An inevitable consequence of the Coronavirus outbreak is that many businesses, individuals and freelancers will end up being insolvent, unable to pay their debts. People and businesses that find themselves in that unfortunate situation will be subject to a bankruptcy proceeding.  Bankruptcy proceedings are the process by which an insolvent debtor seeks to satisfy, to the best of their or…

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Self-Employment benefits

The Self-Employment benefits you should be aware of during the Covid19 crisis

Are you aware of your Self-employment benefits? Knowledge is power. As a consequence of the expansion of the Covid19 and the state of alarm decreed on March 14th, the Government has published a Royal Decree-Law through which a number of urgent extraordinary measures are established to confront the economic and social impact of this disease. Freelancers have been hit especially…
Corona virus FAQ

FAQ: What are the Consequences of Coronavirus?

At Lexidy Law Boutique we are continuously monitoring and responding to this outbreak. This Coronavirus FAQ will be updated as more is known about how it is affecting people worldwide. For more information, check back regularly on Lexidy Law Boutique coronavirus pages. https://www.lexidy.com/covid-19-legal-advice-in-spain/ FAQ Coronavirus Consequences: Q: How can I pay the rent if I do not have any income? A:…