You can be sure despite how people view about the decision of Britain’s to leave Europeans Union it will not changes anything as this is one of the things that are to happen soon but all you need to know are the changes that will take place and the new regulations made if any. If you were planning to be a tourist in Spain then you can be sure that your entry will not be affected as well as your visa. The things that you need to know are discussed below.
The first important thing that you need to know is your rights in Spain after Brexit. If you know your rights then you can be sure that you will never be mistreated by anyone. Your working in Spain will not be affected after the withdrawal process is over so you can be sure that if you are a legal Spanish resident you will continue living there. Getting health care services while living in Spain is your right so long as you are a legal resident of Spain and hence you don’t need to worry about your health is at risk. You need to take the advantage of changing your driving license as Britain citizen living in Spain before the end of 2020 and you wont6 have to go for a driving test.
It is also important that you make sure that you know how to apply for a Spanish Visa. You need to know that the UK citizens who have registered as a resident of Spain will be required to have TIE resident card which will be issued to them. You need to make sure that you register with the TIE so that you can get residency and also be beneficiaries of the withdrawal agreement. It is even more beneficial to have the TIE card as it is smaller and also easier to carry as it can also act as an ID and also it is plastic instead of paper and this makes it even easier to handle it and maintain it.
You need to make sure that you know The steps you need to obtain Spanish citizenship. You need to make sure that you know the there is a difference between being a Spanish resident and a Spanish citizen. As a citizen, you will have the national identity of Britain but as a citizen, you become the same as those born in Spain.