Spain’s Continuing Support for Ukrainian Refugees through TIE

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Since the onset of the conflict in Ukraine on February 24, 2022, many individuals have sought refuge from the turmoil. Spain has responded to this crisis by offering temporary protection. But what changes with the new Order INT/169/2024? This article provides essential updates and guidance for those affected.

Understanding the Extension of TIE Validity:

We bring uplifting news for holders of the TIE (Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero) under temporary protection due to the Ukraine crisis. As of March 4, 2024, the Spanish government, following Council Implementing Decision (EU) 2023/2409, has decided to extend the validity of these cards until March 4, 2025. This section will cover what this extension means and how it impacts beneficiaries.

Implications of the Extended TIE Validity:

Explore how the extended validity ensures your right to stay in Spain without the immediate worry of documentation renewal.

Understand how you can maintain access to crucial services such as healthcare, education, and employment opportunities.

Discover the benefits of reduced bureaucracy and what this means for your stay in Spain.

Actionable Steps for TIE Holders:

Though the extension is automatic, there are still steps you should follow to ensure your stay remains uninterrupted. This part will guide you through verifying your TIE’s new expiry date, updating your personal information, and staying informed about your rights and responsibilities under Spain’s temporary protection.

Order INT/169/2024 is more than an administrative update; it’s a reaffirmation of Spain’s commitment to supporting those displaced by the war in Ukraine. This extension is a crucial part of ensuring that affected individuals can continue to live with dignity and security in Spain.

For more detailed information and personalized assistance, contact us. Let’s navigate these changes together.


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