Support & Advice
Providing independent advice, information and support for all interested citizens in Spain, CAB assists visitors, expatriates and Spaniards alike – for free. It covers all regions of Spain, the Balearics and Canary Islands. The organisation is imperative, especially for thousands of non-Spanish residents, who often struggle to understand their rights in a complex bureaucracy with the existing and ever-changing laws and rules.
Facebook – citizensinspain
British Embassy in Spain & British Consulate-General Madrid
There are a number of British Consulates in Spain. These include the British Consulate in Madrid as well as the British Consulate in Alicante, British Consulate in Barcelona, British Consulate in Ibiza, British Consulate in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and British Consulate in Malaga. Two much smaller consulates are the British Consulate in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the British Consulate in Palma de Mallorca.
European Union – Europa.eu
Your Europe – Residence Formalities
Including information on Residence Rights, Family Residence Rights, Elections Abroad and Documents and Formalities.
Your Europe Advice is part of a set of information and advice tools for citizens and businesses about their EU rights. It offers practical advice and useful tips on issues such as living, studying, working, shopping , travelling – or, as a company, doing business – within the EU.
ECAS – European Citizens Action Service
ECAS’ mission is to empower citizens to exercise their rights and promote open and inclusive decision-making through the provision of high quality advice, research and advocacy, as well as capacity building for civil society organisations.
As part of its ‘EU Rights’ focus area, ECAS has produced a comprehensive study on the impact of Brexit on citizens’ rights.
The Guardian has created a list of ten things which UK citizens can still do in the EU after January 31 2020. You can read that here.