We express the wish that our members who are resident here in Spain are also legal and registered with the local Padrón. The information provided at registration is confidential and protected by data protection laws.
The Padrón is a population count for a particular town such as Mijas. Officially all residents in Spain are required by law to register on the padrón, yet many still have not done so. The padrón is the way the Town Hall knows how many people live in their area without entering into investigations as to a person’s official residence status or financial affairs.
How is the Information Used?
Required Documents for your application
- Original passport and photocopy.
- If you have either your N.I.E number or Certificate of Residence, it is recommended to take this also, along with a photocopy.
- Proof of ownership of property and a photocopy (either your title deeds or a rates receipt in your name).
- If you do not own property and are renting, the rental contract in Spanish and a photocopy. Owner proof of being registered on the Padrón.
- If you don’t own property and you are not renting, you have to come with the owner of the dwelling in order for him to sign the registration form authorizing you to register at the property.
- All family members over the age of 18 have to sign the registration form in person. For minors the family book or birth certificates and passport have to be presented; the registration can be signed by parents.
The Foreigners Department of the Town Hall in La Cala de Mijas.
Information given on this page is provided by the Foreigners Department and is available as an information leaflet
MIJAS FOREIGNERS DEPARTMENT
Tenencia de Alcaldía de La Cala, Bulevar de La Cala 45, 29649 Mijas Costa, Málaga
Tel: 952 58 90 10, Fax: 952 58 90 11, email: email@example.com