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AS a resident you have to probe that you have been 180 days in spain in a year, they know it from your passport
So, really you do not have to make a special procedure when you leave Spain
So I would have to go to the local Hacienda office, and ayunamento and deregister, bringing documents such as airline tickets that prove my absence?
A secondary problem is my driving licence. If I cease to be resident, how long can I continue to use it?
In AEAT, Hacienda, you have to declare if needed See this link http://www.strongabogados.com/taxes.php#PersonalTaxes
In City hall Ayuntamiento, you can no uninscribe you al all
Sorry, I don't understand that last line..
In the Ayuntamiento you can do anything You can no chek out
Driver licence http://www.tumbit.com/how-to-guides/articles/158-transferring-from-a-uk-to-spanish-driving-licence.html
Sorry, I still don't undertand. Do you not have to say that you are no longer eligible for a Certificate of Empadriamento (spelling?)
Yes that it is
You do not need a new one
You will be with the same empadronamiento as long as you do not declare a new one in sapin
As long as you are empadronado in the same place you do not have to make another thing
Ah, right. Finally, is there any practical difference between leaving Spain before the end of June (when you cannot have been in Spain for 183 days) and leaving after that. Are the forms different, for example
No, they are no looking the sum of the days
Right. I think I understand. Thanks very much
They are not sctrictics with that
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