Spanier Posted February 27 Share Posted February 27 Updating your address with the relevant authorities can be a daunting task, but fortunately, there is a website provided by the Spanish government that allows you to update multiple government agencies in one go, including the General Directorate of Traffic (Dirección General de Tráfico/DGT), the Tax Agency (Agencia Tributaria/AEAT), the General Directorate of the Police (Dirección General de la Policía/DGP), General Treasury of Social Security (Tesorería General de La Seguridad Social/TGSS), and the Social Security office (Seguridad Social/INSS). To begin, you will need to update your new address with your local town hall (Ayuntamiento) to ensure that you are added to the padrón. Once you have done that, you can visit the following website called REDSARA for changing your residential address. Please note that the website is in Spanish, but you can use Google Translate or a Spanish-speaking friend to help you if necessary. If you have already applied electronically to update your address, you can check the progress of your application on the main page of the website. To update your address, you will need a cl@ve Pin or cl@ve Permanente, digital identity certificate to authenticate yourself electronically. The cl@ave is used online to perform many administrative tasks electronically. You can find out more about how to set up the cl@ave in English. Perhaps the easiest way is to visit your local tax agency office with appointment and get registered in 5 min. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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