Boletín OEG de Prensa, nº 284

Boletín de Prensa del Observatorio Europeo de Gerontomigraciones

Nº 284, 31 de marzo, 2017

European Observatory on Gerontomigration Press Bulletin
#284 (31 March 2017)
In an interview with BBC’s Andrew Neil last night, the UK prime minister said ... “I want a reciprocal agreement in terms of guaranteeing the status of EU citizens and UK citizens”...
"Brexit triggered – ‘Now get us a good deal’ say expats”, Costa News, 30 | 03 | 2017 - Noticia
Now there is no turning back, British expats living in Spain are now demanding Mrs May makes good on her promise to get the best possible deal for them.
“One of our top priorities for the negotiations is our citizens, and there will be no immediate changes to expat rights here in Spain in the interim” says British Ambassador to Spain Simon Manley.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and the leaders of France, Italy, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and Malta will meet on April 10
Jittery Britons in Spain fret over rights after Brexit”, TRT World, 29 | 03 | 2017 - Noticia
Besides tourists, retired people also flock to the beaches to spend their golden years in the sun. They have been enjoying a gentle life with the same access to medical care and residency they would receive in the UK. But with Britain heading out of the bloc, the future is not looking as bright and sunny as it once did.
"Frigiliana town hall promises better foreigners' office", Sur in English, 24 | 03 | 2017 - Noticia
The department is open again after a nine-month absence and is encouraging residents to register on the 'Padrón'
Últimas noticias OEG
Próximo seminario OEG (6 de abril, a partir de las 9:30 horas), sobre “Turismo residencial y urbanismo: innovaciones sociales relacionadas con la gerontomigración
Nuevo Boletín OEG de Investigación: Inés Calzada, "Swedish retirement migrants to Spain and their service providers".