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live in his or her rented housing.
open an account in the bank and use all the services of the bank (transfers, mortgages, loans, insurance, etc.)
record and drive your child to any comprehensive school, kindergarten.
have private health insurance and use all of its services.
in some regions and cities it is possible to get free medical care (or only for children)
To study at public or private language courses.
work informally in black (at home, privately, by agreement), or remotely in another country.
to request and receive various documents (a new passport, power of attorney, etc.) in the Russian Consulate.
My experience of moving and obtaining a residence permit in Spain.
Nov. 1st, 2016 at 3:00 PM.
The daily routine and features of school life in the Spanish school.
Oct. 27th, 2016 at 6:00 PM.
How much does it cost to give a child to a Spanish school? Is it possible to study illegal immigrants?
Oct. 26th, 2016 at 1:01 PM.
x & gt; registration (or, more correctly, registration, since the registration here is not stamped in the passport, but simply entered into the computer) in their own or rented housing.
x & gt; NIE (this is the number of an alien who is issued to the local police for a sufficient reason – buying a home, a car, opening a bank account), or simply a Russian passport.
x & gt; The birth certificate of the child, translated into Spanish and certified officially.
x & gt; A certificate of the health of the child (done in any local clinic, and vaccinations are not so necessary here ritual, even if some vaccinations are not made, a certificate will still be given)