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Age in Spain's Infoline.

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With over twenty years experience of helping people who are moving to or living in Spain, as well as those back home who are concerned for family members who live in Spain, we know how daunting it can be to find accessible information just when you need it.

 

The Age in Spain Infoline provides free information for the English Speaking community living in Spain. We aim to help you to get things right from the start.  The information covers many practical aspects  that you need to plan for living your life in Spain. 

With the majority of our staff and volunteer team having had to navigate the various systems in Spain themselves, we understand the need for accessible information and a customer friendly service, to help you plan for and manage your Spanish journey at every stage of life.

 

Take a look at our info guides page for our most frequently requested information. If you have any further questions, our Infoline team is here to help.

Call us on +34 932 20 97 41, Tuesday to Thursday 10.00 - 14.00 CET*, 

Email us at info@ageinspain.org at any time.

 

 

*9:00 - 13:00 GMT +1. We are closed on weekends and Spanish national holidays, as well as Catalonia regional bank holidays.

We provide:
 

  • Easy to digest information in English on a variety of topics in a written and verbal format: moving to Spain, working and income, pensions and benefits, healthcare, residency, and number of guides for various key stages of life (Circle of life Guides).

  • An accessible customer friendly phone line

  • Sign posting to other relevant services 

  • Referral to our casework service, when information alone is not enough

If you need professional advice or support in the following areas, we do not provide this ourselves, but we can signpost you to the relevant services which can: 

  • Tax advice

  • Travel advice

  • Legal advice 

  • Translations

  • Domestic disputes (including domestic violence) 

  • Financial advice

  • Mental health support

  • Submit residency applications on behalf of others 

  • Emergency situations or situations of crisis - Age in Spain is not an emergency service. If you find yourself in an emergency situation, or situation of crisis, we urge you to contact your local emergency services on 112, social services and/or if appropriate, your relevant consular service.

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We look forward to hearing from you!