Spain has been welcoming British expats and second-home owners until now and that will not change after the Brexit.
Furthermore, a Royal Decree of 28 February brings in a range of legal measures that would apply in Spain for British citizens living here in the event that Britain finally leaves the European Union without a deal.
The measures are unique not only in their contents but by the very fact that Spain was one of the very first countries in the European Union to actually establish such act. This confirms the determination by the Spanish government to continue attracting British people wishing to live in Spain.
The legislation also gives firm reassurances to people who have made Spain their home by clearly setting out post Brexit residency rights , and the health care entitlements in the future.
With all that has been unfolding regarding Brexit it is important to know where British expats can get actually correct and current information.
Thankfully, we can point you in the right direction:
The British Embassy maintains a number of online sources that are full of useful information. The pages are regularly updated and provide useful information to British Expats with practical tips for living and working in Spain. See:-
The Spanish Government also has a good website in English providing information specific to British citizens living in Spain.
In addition, there are a number of able professionals at the Costa del Sol that can assist you with any questions that you may have concerning Brexit related Spanish issues. The local English speaking lawyers can advise on a wide range of Spanish – Brexit related matters. That includes propertypurchases, company