Legal Assistance after the end of the Brexit Transition Period.
We provide both Immigration and Corporate services in order to make your dreams become true.
How can a lawyer help you?
We understand how many changes Brexit caused. Everyday our lawyers answer numerous emails regarding the future of travel, business or any other legal activity between the UK and Europe. We are here to assist every UK citizen in need of legal support.
Our team has proven experience and the ability to take quick action when needed. During this time of uncertainty it’s important to have a positive experience and continue achieving your goals.
Efficiency you can rely on
- Request assistance online or by email
- Our lawyer contacts you within 24 hours
- Explain your situation
- Our lawyer sends you full guidance
- You proceed with payment
- Our lawyer starts working on your case
- Our lawyer explains developments with your case
¨We will be with you each step of your journey.¨
– Immigration Team
Immigration to Spain after Brexit
UK residents are now considered as non-European citizens for immigration purposes, which makesi their application for a residence permit the same as any non-EU citizen. To help clients understand Spanish visa options, we highlighted the most popular visas for British Citizens:
- Non-Lucrative Visa
- Golden Visa Investment
- Golden Visa Entrepreneurs
Spanish residence for those who lived in Spain
By March 2021, the Spanish government did not announce any special immigration measures to facilitate the movement of UK citizens after the transition period ended. However, a change was seen for people who already resided in Spain and had EU Registry Certificate. With current regulation, those who already received an EU certificate in Spain could apply to exchange it for a Foreigner Identity Card (and will be able to do so in 2021).
Moreover, those UK citizens who had exercised their right of residence in Spain before December 31st, 2020, could apply for a special UK residence permit, to maintain their rights as European citizens.
After Brexit, the tax rate on employment income, rental income or imputed real estate income will be 24% compared with 19% for EU citizens. Furthermore, non-EU citizens will not be able deduct their expenses.