Form 030 Frequently Asked QuestionsSkip information index
No. There is a special procedure without the need to carry out the procedure in person, and without the need to identify yourself at the headquarters with an electronic certificate or Cl@ve PIN, for reasons other than the request for NIF .
Yes, you must submit the census declaration, form 030, communicating your status as a tax resident in Spain and the effective date of tax residence.
Yes, you must present the census declaration, form 030.
Tax residency is determined for complete calendar years regardless of when the change occurs.
When the change of habitual residence has occurred in the first half of the year, and you have not spent more than 183 days in Spain, the effective date of the change of tax residence will be January 1 of that same year. If you have stayed more than 183 days in Spain before changing your habitual residence to a third country, the effective date of the change to non-resident in Spain would be January 1 of the following year.
Yes, you must present the census declaration, form 030, communicating your new personal data.