Retired British expats in Spain hit by Brexit rule beg for change – ‘lifestyle affected'

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“Proof of income of at least €1,130 (£933) a month. There would also be other conditions such as health insurance and a non-criminal record, both standard practice and easy to fulfil.”

While some expats already living in Spain were able to apply for a visa after Brexit, Maria said those who have yet to move will struggle.

She told Express.co.uk: “A good number of clients already living permanently in Spain were able to apply within the Withdrawal Agreement, but these are those who were already retired and living here.

“Those who have purchased a property for their retirement but are still not retirement age, will not be able to meet it.”



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