IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? All resident permit applications processed through the Large Companies Unit (Unidad de Grandes Empresas) are experiencing significant delays.
What does the change mean? Foreign nationals should anticipate that resident permit processing will take longer than the 20 business days normally required by statute, and adjust their business schedules accordingly.
Background: The current delays in resident permit processing are due to a backlog caused by high volume and delays during the busy summer season.
BAL Analysis: Spanish employers should plan for longer timelines for all resident permit applications processed by the Large Companies Unit.
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