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Posted: Sun Oct 9, 2022 8:51am
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amymacks61

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Location: Pinoso / El Pinós

Joined: 9 Oct 2022

Hi 

Me and my husband are looking to relocate to Spain and we are coming over to Pinoso in January to take a proper look at the area. How are the local schools? We currently have a 2 yr old and a 6 yr old. I am more concerned about my eldest integrating really and would she do ok in a local school. Private schools are also an option but we want to cover all bases. Also as the local schools are free then that’s why I want to have a look into them. 
We would start having Spanish lessons here in the UK before we came over. 

Another thing, I am a dance teacher over in the Uk with my own studio and I would be keen to open up one of these in Spain. Would Pinoso be a good area to do this or would I be better doing this near the coast? 
Thank you. 

Skid112

Posted: Mon Oct 10, 2022 11:17am

Posts: 32

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Location: Pinoso / El Pinós

Joined: 27 Sep 2019

Posted: Mon Oct 10, 2022 11:17am

I'm assuming British passport holders. You need to look at the requirements for a visa to Spain now Brexit is in force. Not so simple to move here and start working anymore.

I would suggest some research into what you need or require before venturing further 

Karate kid

Posted: Mon Oct 17, 2022 9:08am

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Location: Pinoso / El Pinós

Joined: 28 Apr 2022

Posted: Mon Oct 17, 2022 9:08am

I am sure that the children would have no worries and soon be speaking Spanish after a short time. From what we hear this is often the case and leave the parents way behind. Coming to Spain is more difficult now after Brexit and criteria has to be met when applying for the Non Lucrative Visa. €27k in the bank and €7k for each subsequent person plus health insurance etc. I am not sure about working and having your own business? We certainly enjoyed salsa dancing when we arrived and made many Spanish friends. A lot of research is required before making any move to Spain to see if possible and best location. It is not all sea and Sangria but we love it 

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