How do I find out the specific costs for my move to Spain?
To ensure that moving to Germany and Spain does not turn into a financial shot in the dark, a reputable moving company will always submit a first free and non-binding offer. This is based on concrete facts, so it is anything but pulled out of thin air. Moving company Schwalbe even goes one step further: The offer includes neatly listed all positionsthat you would like to book. Here's how you can see the individual prices and make a few more changes if necessary before finally entering into the contract.
Small checklist for moving Germany Spain
Finally, a small checklist to help you organize your move to Spain. This is all about the steps you need to take to settle down in your target country. Don't worry: it won't be particularly complicated for you as an EU citizen!
- Residence Registration in the Ayuntamiento (resident registration office)
- Spanish lease and passport ready
- Alien Identity Number (NIE) request
- Entry in the central register apply for EU citizens
- Spanish car sign procure (register car)
You can get your NIE from either the foreigners Authority, or at the National Police. Entry in the EU Citizens Register takes place at the Immigration Office or the Foreigners Police Policía de Extranjeros. If you report to these authorities within the first three months after entering the country, then you are doing nothing wrong. Since you are moving within the borders of the EU, you will no customs fees due and you can also make yours EU or EEA driving license continue to use.
Our tip for moving to Spain: allow time for a leisurely arrival
The most important tip always comes at the end: take the time to arrive in Spain at a leisurely pace after your move. Don't rush straight into work, but plan your appointments in such a way that you can still do it at your new place of residence stay a few days or even weeks before everyday life begins. Enjoy the wonderful feeling of having realized your dream and bask in the Spanish sun.