In Spain, the validity of all documents, including the resident card of expatriates, has been extended

In Spain, the validity of all documents, including the resident card of expatriates, has been extended

Spain (Channel TT): Due to the coronavirus crisis, the validity of all types of documents of foreigners including resident cards has increased in Spain. The news has been confirmed by the State Official Bulletin (BOE) of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In this time of crisis, those whose cards have expired or are on the verge of expiration will be covered under this facility.

According to state media (BOE), the validity of the residence permit card (Araigo) in Spain has been extended by six months. In addition, the validity of those who applied for political asylum in Spain has been extended. For those whose red card expires on June 15, their red card has been extended until the state of emergency ends.

In addition to extending the validity of documents, financial assistance to asylum seekers has also been increased. For applicants whose financial allowance was due to expire last March, the rule will remain in force until the Corona epidemic returns to normal. Similarly refugee benefits have increased until the end of the state of emergency. Earlier, the term of all types of health insurance in Spain was also extended.

The validity of the residence permit card (Araigo) in Spain has been extended to 6 months. Photo: Collected Spanish residence permit card (Araigo) has been extended for 6 months. Photo: Collected Relief has returned among Bangladeshis worried about the Spanish government's decision to document. Several expatriate Bangladeshis said that when the resident card and other documents expired, they could not get any response by repeatedly contacting the concerned office. They did not have to worry about this. But the decision of the Spanish government has given them relief. New instructions will be issued to extend the validity of the card once the state of emergency is over.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez introduced the bill in parliament. Members later agreed to pass the bill, considering two months of imprisonment and a difficult crisis.

If the expatriates face any problem in entering Spain, it has been informed in the notification of Bangladesh Embassy in Spain to provide reference of deadline. Photo: Notification The embassy of Bangladesh in Spain has been informed to provide reference to the deadline if the expatriates face any problem in entering Spain. Photo: Expatriates who are staying in Bangladesh without notification, if they face any problem in entering Spain (third additional provision - described in the suspension of administrative) deadline reference to provide a notification from the Bangladesh Embassy in Spain.