Can you be resident in Spain and UK?

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to be resident in both the UK and Spain and it never has been. Even before Brexit, you still had to choose which country you were resident in. … Therefore it’s not possible to be a resident in both countries.

Does Spain allow dual residency?

Yes, the Spanish Civil Code does allow dual citizenship, but just under certain circumstances. As a general rule, when you apply for and are granted Spanish nationality by residency, you must renounce your prior citizenship.

Can I live in the UK and Spain?

Britain and Spain have mutually agreed that their citizens can stay living in each other’s countries post-Brexit, however, it is important that the correct application process be undertaken to obtain legal permission. The Spanish government have produced a document giving more information about residency post-Brexit.

Can I live in Spain as a UK resident?

Essentially Spain is still very keen to have British nationals visit and live in Spain after brexit, as long as there is a reciprocal agreement for Spanish nationals to live and work in the UK. Both countries are keen to reach an agreement that allows their citizens to continue, as before, in some shape or form.

Can I have dual residency in Spain and UK?

You Can Only Be a Resident of a Single Nation

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In fact, even before Brexit it wasn’t legally and officially possible to reside in both countries (though many people didn’t register as residents of Spain to enable them to do so).

Can I live in Spain after Brexit?

Can Brits still retire to Spain? The answer is simple: yes. It is still possible to retire to Spain after Brexit, even though the path has now changed (things are not that simple now that Brits are subject to the same immigration rules as non-EU citizens).

Can I be resident in 2 EU countries?

As a long-term resident in one EU country, can I live and work in a second EU country? Yes. You can stay in a second EU country for more than three months for purposes including work, study or training, if you apply for and are granted a residence permit in this second country.