FAQ in a police interview when marrying a foreigner in Spain
Are yout thinking of getting married in Spain? Here is a list with the most Frecuent Asked Questions in a police interview when marrying a foreigner in Spain you cannot miss out. Spanish police scrutinise these relationships and their truthfulness.
Fines range from 501€ to 10,000€ under article 55.1, letter b (serious violation of article 53.2 b) of LO4/2000: getting marriage, simulating any analogous affective relationship or becoming a legal representative of a minor, when such conduct is made for any profit interest or for the purpose of unduly obtaining a right of residence, provided that such facts do not constitute a crime.
A list of the most FAQ in a police interview when marrying a foreigner in Spain
- Where and when did you meet?
- When did your relationship begin?
- How was the first time you met and where?
- How long do you live together?
- Which kind of transport did you use to come to the police station today?
- Is the home where you live owned or rented?
- Does your partner work and, if so, what is it timetable?
- Has either of you ever been married before?
- Does either of you have children from previous couples?
- Has your partner had any type of green card before?
- Why did you decide to apply for the Community Familiar Card and not a root?
- Where did you had the dinner last night of the year
- What did you do last weekend?
- Do you have pets?
- Does your partner have any tattoos or scars?
- How many more people live in your house?
- The street where you live is pedestrian or there are vehicles?
- How many neighbors live in the the same floor where you live?
- How many bedrooms does your house have?
- Where do you keep your shoes?
- Who usually cooks at home, you or your partner?
- Have you been traveling together?
- What company phone does your partner have?
- Where do you usually eat?
- What did you watch last night on TV?
- Does your bedroom have a window?
- Do you have pictures together at home and where around the house?
- Does one or both of you have a car?
- Where do your clothes go after you take them out from the washing machine?
- Where do they usually make the purchase?
- What hobbies do you have in common with your partner?
- Tell me if you usually go to the cinema and if so, what was the last movie you watched?
- Did you make a gift to your partner last Christmas; and if so, what gift was it?
- Do you know your partner’s family?
- Does either of you have a nephew?
After the interview they will make you sign your answers. If you disagree because you saw that what the police officer wrote does not match what you answered, you will always be entitled to make allegations.
If the police report is unfavorable because it is considered by the police as such, you have the right to leave a written record of your willingness to appeal to take administrative contentious proceedings against the resolution of sanction that could be issued by any regular procedure. Of course the police will do two things then:
1) Sending the result of the unfavorable police interview to the foreign office so that the foreign office denies your request.
2) Notifying you of the initiation process to fine you through any ordinary procedure.
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