Find out about the new facilities for residence permits due to social integration of labour in Spain.
The new immigration regulations make it easier to obtain a residence permit due to social integration of labour in Spain.
1. Facilities for residency due to social integration of labour
First of all, the new regulations allow access to a residence for social integration of labour to those people who have been self-employed, i.e. people who have been self-employed with social security registration.
This change is very beneficial, because before the change of regulations there were many people who had been self-employed and then could not access a residence permit due to social integration of labour, but now they can access a residence permit due to social integration of labour.
With the new regulations, it is sufficient to have been registered with the social security for 6 months as a self-employed person and to present proof every 90 days that we have been residing in the country for 2 years, if we meet these two requirements, we will be able to access a residence permit for social integration of labour.
In addition, the new regulations make it easier and more flexible to prove that a person has been working for 6 months as an employee, previously a labour inspection with its respective report was necessary, but nowadays an inspection is not necessary and it is enough with legal evidence such as messages on a mobile phone with the employer, witnesses, etc.
2. Facilities for recovering residency
This is also a great opportunity for people who have lost their residence permit. This new immigration law allows you to get another residence permit again if you have been working for a total of 6 months in the last two years as an employee or self-employed for 6 months with social security registration.
It is important to keep in mind that we are always talking about 6 months full time, or at least 30 hours a week, or even 15 hours a week for a year.
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