olive wrote:We changed ours at Granada. Got the forms, went to the bank and it was too late on return.
Back another day and the concierge/security guy pointed us straight to a nice room on the right. The packed large room to the left looked decidedly seedy and was maybe for non EU peoples.
As soon as he had seen our originals we pocketed them and continue to use them even though out of date for photo ID. Never had anyone actually check the date!
I suspect that we can't have a Spanish one unless you become a Spanish citizen. Is it 10 years before you can apply for citizenship?
Yes, unless you have spanish ancestory or are a footballer !
masterob wrote:A big decision to become a Spanish national just for the sake of a convenient ID document methinks. I think I'm right in understanding that Spanish nationals can't have dual nationality so you would have to give up British nationality.
Yes spain doesn't recognise dual citizenship but you can still keep your Brit passport as well.
scampicat wrote:People seem to want to change their nationality because passports and other documents are cheaper. Don't understand it myself.
We're tight .