Boletín de Prensa del Observatorio Europeo de Gerontomigraciones / European Observatory on Gerontomigration Press Bulletin, nº 422, de 17 de septiembre de 2021.
"Brits rejected for residency in Spain given 15 days to leave country", The Local, 09 | 09 | 2021 - Reportaje (Alex Dunham)
Anne Hérnandez, the head of citizen help group Brexpats in Spain, told The Local Spain on Thursday of the most recent residency problem UK nationals in Spain are encountering post-Brexit. ... “It’s important for UK nationals to know that if their residency application is rejected and they appeal, then they have the right to remain in Spain during the appeal process.”
"Brexit fury as British expats given just days to leave Spain after residency row", Express, 09 | 09 | 2021 - Noticia
According to legal documents, the country's Immigration Office has told some Britons - who had their application for residency rejected - that they only have 15 days to leave the country. ... "...unless exceptional circumstances occur and you justify that you have sufficient means, in which case you may extend your stay up to a maximum of ninety days".
"DWP confirms state pension to rise next year but half a million pensioners won't get boost", Express, 07 | 09 | 2021 - Reportaje (Jess Sheldon)
...an estimated half a million pensioners ... won't be able to get the boost due to where they live. ... the UK state pension only increases each year if the person overeats lives in: The European Economic Area... Should they return to live in the UK, the state pension would go up to the current rate, the Government website states. ... Research by Canada Life has found just one in five (19 percent) of those planning to move abroad know which countries had reciprocal payment agreements in place - which see those in certain countries to receive an uprated state pension.
"Brexit: How Brits can properly plan their 90 out of 180 days in Spain and Schengen area", The Local, 07 | 09 | 2021 - Reportaje
British second home owners and other UK nationals in Spain who aren’t residents in the country now have to plan their time carefully to not fall foul of the law whilst making the most of their new non-EU rights. Here are some ways to do it successfully.
Nota: Este Boletín de Prensa realiza un seguimiento periodístico de los aspectos más destacados del fenómeno de la movilidad transfronteriza de personas mayores estudiado en el Observatorio Europeo de Gerontomigraciones. Mi agradecimiento a la Coordinadora del observatorio, la Prof. Mayte Echezarreta Ferrer (Universidad de Málaga), así como a sus miembros, investigadores y colaboradores, por su labor y por permitir su difusión en Conflictus Legum.