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British flag Consulate of the United Kingdom in Alicante

AddressEdificio Espacio, 6ª planta
Rambla Méndez Núñez 28-32
03002 Alicante
Phonelocal: 91.334.2194
international: +34.91.334.2194
Faxlocal: 96.514.0528
international: +34.96.514.0528

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Sheila Phillios
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 10:43 EDT
Health care
Please can you tell me? We have had a place in Spain for 14 years. We are now going to take up residencia and move permently. I have just been told we are no longer entitled to health care as before we were. Can someone help. It's very confusing. Private health care is far too exspenvivr. Worried . Thankyou Sheila Phillips
Elisabeth Mason
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 08:24 EDT
Travelling to Turkey on emergency passport
I applied for a renewal of my passport beginning of June. I am travelling on holiday to Turkey on 13th August via the UK. I live just outside of Alicante. I am not going to get my passport back in time so need to get an emergency passport. My question is can I travel to Turkey on an emergency travel document and can I get a visa when I get there to obtain entry? I am staying in Turkey for 10 days. Advise please!
Paul McGovern
Wed, 2 Jul 2014 17:13 EDT
Damaged passport advice.
Great Service! Called 1600 on Sunday and spoke to a very nice young lady in London. Bottom line for me with my machine washed passport, is best go to Consulate in Alicante to have it checked there.
B McEwan
Tue, 1 Jul 2014 04:28 EDT
Driving foreign plates in Spain
Please could you confirm, that as non-residents holidaying in Spain, for periods longer than a month and driving our UK number plated car, that is fully legal with the correct documentation in the UK, are breaking the law and would have the car impounded and we will be issued with a fine?
arlene carville
Mon, 30 Jun 2014 08:01 EDT
getting married
what all do i need and were do i go to talk to someone about getting married not getting married til 2016 but heading out now in sept for hoilday so cud i book all then
Paul McGovern
Sun, 29 Jun 2014 10:05 EDT
Damaged passport advice.
Great Service! Called 1600 on Sunday and spoke to a very nice young lady in London. Bottom line for me with my machine washed passport, is best go to Consulate in Alicante to have it checked there.
Mon, 28 Apr 2014 05:16 EDT
emergancy passport
i need my sone pasport but it hasnt arrived its been 5 months now how do i get a emergacy one asap????
Wed, 23 Apr 2014 03:10 EDT
Trying to speak to someone at the Consulate
Phoned and phoned and phoned
Consulate redirects you to 1.20€ per minute pay call in UK
Consulate doesn't lost opening times
This is a really SHIT service
I am really ashamed of this unhelpful service
Carolyn Best
Tue, 8 Apr 2014 10:16 EDT
Driving Laws
I wonder if you can help me. I travel to Spain by car twice a year once for 3 months and once for 2 and a half months mainly for health reasons I have copd arthritis reynauds syndrome I also have minor ailments. The copd and reynauds syndrome can be life threatening in extreme weather. I am not a resident and stay at my daughters villa. My car is fully legal ie taxed insured and MOT'd but now the police say that I must change my car to Spanish plates or travel home every month. What can I do about this ? I am nearly 70 years old and have now been here three weeks people tell me my car will be taken if I do not go now
Kind Regards
Ros Pannell
Wed, 2 Apr 2014 15:21 EDT
Health cover when Pregnant
My daughter is living in Spain with her boyfriend who has been living there for 10 years. She is now pregnant but has been told that her temporary zip card will not cover her for the birth. They have looked into getting married but have been told this cannot happen as she has not got residentcia or a contracted job. Can anyone give me any advice please?

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