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Do you know how to get your Numero de Identidad de Extranjero in Barcelona? No, you don''t go to Calle Balmes 192, show them your passport and walk out with your number. Here goes: You need to make an appointment online on www.seap.minhap.gob.es. Pick Certificado UE if you are from Europe. Print the application form from the website. Fill it in, don''t sign it yet. For your appointment take the form and your passport. Go to Rambla Guipuzcoa 74. They give you a number at the front desk. On your first visit there they look at your form, get you to sign it, put a stamp on it, and give it back to you, asking you to get a copy of the form and of your passport and go to a bank to pay 9.92Euros. Now the banks in the area only accept this kind of payment during very limited hours. So it''s hard work to get the payment done. On your second visit they take the receipt and the copies off you, give you your form with a stamp on it (there may be places you need the NIE for urgently and which accept the preliminary number), and they tell you to come back on another day to pick the actual NIE up. Rambla Guipuzcoa is an extension of Calle Arago to the west. No. 74 is about 5 km from Placa Catalunya. The metro station Sant Marti is very near. So if you don''t fancy long walks, use line 2. 3 trips! But once you have that number, it''s yours for ever.

Submitted on May 15, 2014 - Category: Living Overseas, Network: Spain

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