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How to find Orihuela current lote number

Posted: Mon May 23, 2022 10:25pm
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kaz0702

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how can I find current lote number in Orihuela which is where my fingerprints were taken ?

GrahamLynn

Posted: Mon May 23, 2022 11:16pm

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Posted: Mon May 23, 2022 11:16pm

I wasn’t aware that there was an office de Extranjeria in Orihuela, as most people have had to go to Alicante.

The lote numbers for Alicante are posted on line.

However on your receipt you should have your lote number  and it will also give the address for collecting your TIE card.  If it’s anything like Alicante it could be a completely different address. There should also be a telephone number, which you will have to ring to find out what is the current number.Also be aware than in other areas people have had to make appointments to collect their card, (not Alicante) if that’s the case, then the details will be  on the receipt 

Just had a quick look and can’t find Orihuela office list on the main site, so the details will be on your paperwork.

Lynn

kaz0702

Posted: Mon May 23, 2022 11:32pm

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Posted: Mon May 23, 2022 11:32pm

GrahamLynn wrote on Mon May 23, 2022 11:16pm:

I wasn’t aware that there was an office de Extranjeria in Orihuela, as most people have had to go to Alicante.

The lote numbers for Alicante are posted on line.

However on your receipt you should have your lote number  and it will also give the address for collecting your TIE card.  If it’s anything like Alicante it could be a completely different address. There should also be a telephone number, which you will have to ring to find out what is the current number.Also be aware than in other areas people have had to make appointments to collect their card, (not Alicante) if that’s the case, then the details will be  on the receipt 

Just had a quick look and can’t find Orihuela office list on the main site, so the details will be on your paperwork.

Lynn

Thanks for reply 

I had my appointment and fingerprints taken at Orihuela police station in fact .

I was told it could be up to 45 days for my TIE card to be collected .  I’ve been told I will collect my card from them too. The lady who guided and helped me through the NLV process and then the residency said she will make an appointment so that’s fine but just wondered how I find the current lote number to see what position I’m in . I couldn’t find Orihuela lote numbers hence my post 

Regards

Karen 

GrahamLynn

Posted: Mon May 23, 2022 11:47pm

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Posted: Mon May 23, 2022 11:47pm

kaz0702 wrote on Mon May 23, 2022 11:32pm:

Thanks for reply 

I had my appointment and fingerprints taken at Orihuela police station in fact .

I was told it could be up to 45 days for my TIE card to be collected .  I’ve been told I will collect my card from them too. The lady who guided and helped me through the NLV process and then the residency said she will make an appointment so that’s fine but just wondered how I find the current lote number to see what position I’m in . I couldn’t find Orihuela lote numbers hence my post 

Regards

Karen 

As I said in my previous post, do you not have a phone number to ring.

If not they may post a notice outside the building.

Or you could try the citizens advice website, they used to publish the current Lote numbers.


Lynn

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