NIE Which Police Station ?

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    • #52503
      Anonymous
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      We are hopefully buying a property in the Iznajar area, can anyone confirm or advise where I can find out which Police Station we have to go to obtain a NIE, there is a small Police Station in the village, but do we have to go to one in Cordoba ?

      Many thanks

    • #67782
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      I would advise you to get your lawyer to get someone to accompany you to get your NIE. It will cut down the time and stress of the system and it should be part of the service the lawyer offers for their 1% fee.

    • #67787
      Anonymous
      Participant

      You may find some useful info on NIEs here:
      https://www.spanishpropertyinsight.com/spanish_property_nie.htm

      Regards

      Mark

    • #67789
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi, in the normal course of events it should be a national police station which in turn deals with foreigners. According to the relevant Government Ministry website information you should contact the following for Cordoba:

      OFICINA DE EXTRANJEROS

      Pza. Constitucion Nº 1
      14004 Cordoba
      Tfno: 957 989 217

      I would suggest that you call before 1pm. Best of luck.

    • #67790
      Anonymous
      Participant

      I would suggest visiting any national police station before 8am if you want to get anything useful done.

    • #67796
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Thanks for all your replies. I have read the article as suggested by Mark but one final question if I may, as Malaga is nearer to Iznajar than Cordoba are you permitted to go to another province to obtain the NIE ?

    • #67801
      Anonymous
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      You can apply for your NIE at any national police station, most of them operate a ticket system similar to the meat counters in the supermarkets, a tip take your initial ticket and after about 30 mins take another and keep safe incase you need to alter/copy something etc. In my experience they are not tolerant of mistakes and will normally just send you away if anything is done wrong, normally by this time the days ticket alocation is gone and you would need to come back again the next day.

    • #67802
      Anonymous
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      In some places, for instance Asturias, you have to pay a tax of 5.48 Euros to get an NIE (you get a pre-filled from the police station, which you use to pay the tax at a bank, and then return it to the police station so that you can collect you NIE). I’m trying to find out if you have to pay this tax to get an NIE number in any other parts of Spain. Anyone heard of this going on elsewhere? I find it strange that they only charge this tax in Asturias…

      Mark

    • #67804
      Anonymous
      Participant

      like the first post said, get your lawyer to sort it out, its easier.

    • #67806
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi Mark, no tax to pay on the CBN

    • #67808
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi Mark,

      None of my clients have had to pay a tax in either Elche (Blanca South) or Cartagena (Costa Calida).

      Got to agree with Jiminspain and get there early. Once that days ticket allocation has gone thats it. In Elche sometimes the queue has begun at 7am to get one of the 50 daily tickets. If there is a mistake on the form they will send you away. One client hadnt got 2 copies of his purchase contract, and despite the clerk sitting 20 feet from a copier, they sent him away to get another photocopy. When he came back they just told him to come back next day.

      Bernard

    • #68007
      Anonymous
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      Hi Bernard

      Not trying to muddy the water but why would somone need a copy of their purchase contract for their NIE application.

      Jim

    • #67821
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi Bernard

      Not trying to muddy the water but why would somone need a copy of their purchase contract for their NIE application.

      Jim

    • #68011
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi Jiminspain,

      On part 3 of the form it asks why you want an NIE and what for. So we have always advised clients to take copies of the purchase contract to justify this. The offices in Elche and Cartagena have always kept the copies.

      Bernard

    • #67823
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi Jiminspain,

      On part 3 of the form it asks why you want an NIE and what for. So we have always advised clients to take copies of the purchase contract to justify this. The offices in Elche and Cartagena have always kept the copies.

      Bernard

    • #68013
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Ok Bernard all we ever suggest is clients state “obligaciones fiscales” never been a problem.

      Jim

    • #67824
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Ok Bernard all we ever suggest is clients state “obligaciones fiscales” never been a problem.

      Jim

    • #68015
      Anonymous
      Participant

      @jiminspain wrote:

      Hi Bernard

      Not trying to muddy the water but why would somone need a copy of their purchase contract for their NIE application.

      Jim

      Because this is fairly common. Many Police Stations require this as prove; the private contract (exchanges). Nothing dodgy.

    • #67825
      Anonymous
      Participant

      @jiminspain wrote:

      Hi Bernard

      Not trying to muddy the water but why would somone need a copy of their purchase contract for their NIE application.

      Jim

      Because this is fairly common. Many Police Stations require this as prove; the private contract (exchanges). Nothing dodgy.

    • #68017
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Thanks again for all your help

      Jim

      Do you know whether stating “obligaciones fiscales” will work in Malaga or Cordoba ?

    • #67826
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Thanks again for all your help

      Jim

      Do you know whether stating “obligaciones fiscales” will work in Malaga or Cordoba ?

    • #68029
      Anonymous
      Participant

      NOW YOU GUYS KNOW, WHY THE WONDEFUL PROFESSION OF GESTOR WAS INVENTED.

      TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE GESTOR ONLY EXIST IN SPAIN. MY LEARNED SPANISH FRIENDS TOLLS ME THAT AFTER THE LOSS OF COLONIES. ( SPANISH )

      BUREAUCRACY WAS INVENTED TO GIVE JOBS FOR THE WELL LOOKED AFTER WHO WERE POSTED TO COLONIES AND WERE RETURNING TO SPAIN WITH NO JOBS. THEY THUS CREATED VARIOUS PAPER CHASING JOBS WHICH THEY HAD NO INTENTION TO DO. HERE CAME IN THE SAVIOUR THE GESTOR.

      AS THE SPANISH ECONOMY HAS MOVED ON FROM POST FRANCO AND THEY ARE NOW IMPORTING LABOUR DIRECTLY OR INDIRCTLY ALL THIS MEANINGLESS TIME WASTING JOBS OR THE SYSTEM THAT IT FEEDS SHOULD BE STREAMLINED.

      THINK ABOUT THE ROLE OF GUARDIA CIVIL FUNCTION DURING FRANCOS TIME AND TODAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • #67832
      Anonymous
      Participant

      NOW YOU GUYS KNOW, WHY THE WONDEFUL PROFESSION OF GESTOR WAS INVENTED.

      TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE GESTOR ONLY EXIST IN SPAIN. MY LEARNED SPANISH FRIENDS TOLLS ME THAT AFTER THE LOSS OF COLONIES. ( SPANISH )

      BUREAUCRACY WAS INVENTED TO GIVE JOBS FOR THE WELL LOOKED AFTER WHO WERE POSTED TO COLONIES AND WERE RETURNING TO SPAIN WITH NO JOBS. THEY THUS CREATED VARIOUS PAPER CHASING JOBS WHICH THEY HAD NO INTENTION TO DO. HERE CAME IN THE SAVIOUR THE GESTOR.

      AS THE SPANISH ECONOMY HAS MOVED ON FROM POST FRANCO AND THEY ARE NOW IMPORTING LABOUR DIRECTLY OR INDIRCTLY ALL THIS MEANINGLESS TIME WASTING JOBS OR THE SYSTEM THAT IT FEEDS SHOULD BE STREAMLINED.

      THINK ABOUT THE ROLE OF GUARDIA CIVIL FUNCTION DURING FRANCOS TIME AND TODAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • #68031
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi Mark, Asturias is even stranger than you think! If you live in Gijon, you can you to the police station with a foreigners office, but if like us, you live near to Oviedo you have to goto the Office for foreigners in the government buildings and get your NIE there.

      If you want a card, you have to pay another tax as well when you goto the police station to get your fingerprints done (they fingerprint you, make you go to the bank to pay the tax then come back to collect slip to allow you to return for your card in 25 days..). Sorry but I can’t remember how much this was but I think it was more than 5 euros!!

      We just like to be different…Asturias does have a long history of that at least!!

      Heather

    • #67833
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Hi Mark, Asturias is even stranger than you think! If you live in Gijon, you can you to the police station with a foreigners office, but if like us, you live near to Oviedo you have to goto the Office for foreigners in the government buildings and get your NIE there.

      If you want a card, you have to pay another tax as well when you goto the police station to get your fingerprints done (they fingerprint you, make you go to the bank to pay the tax then come back to collect slip to allow you to return for your card in 25 days..). Sorry but I can’t remember how much this was but I think it was more than 5 euros!!

      We just like to be different…Asturias does have a long history of that at least!!

      Heather

    • #68038
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Yep, seems we ARE different, no tax either in Cantabria last time I assisted some clients there (I didn’t ask of course, they simply gave us the number with no payment so I made to further question)

      Heather, the procedure you are describing it’s correct to get the residence card and it’s quite the same we Spaniards follow to get our DNI (fingerprints included) we do also pay the same tax and you are allowed to do it in most of main Asturian town’s Police Stations, But getting only the NIE number for non residents can only be done in Oviedo’s foreigners office (Plaza de España 5, 2nd floor from 9:00 to 11:00) They now charge you this 5.48 Euro tax but in the other hand the service has improved a lot, as you have now a new UE-citizens-only office and you get your number certificate in less than 10 minutes

      Cesar

    • #67838
      Anonymous
      Participant

      Yep, seems we ARE different, no tax either in Cantabria last time I assisted some clients there (I didn’t ask of course, they simply gave us the number with no payment so I made to further question)

      Heather, the procedure you are describing it’s correct to get the residence card and it’s quite the same we Spaniards follow to get our DNI (fingerprints included) we do also pay the same tax and you are allowed to do it in most of main Asturian town’s Police Stations, But getting only the NIE number for non residents can only be done in Oviedo’s foreigners office (Plaza de España 5, 2nd floor from 9:00 to 11:00) They now charge you this 5.48 Euro tax but in the other hand the service has improved a lot, as you have now a new UE-citizens-only office and you get your number certificate in less than 10 minutes

      Cesar

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