Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Current status of appointments to Spanish nationality in Cuba

Some Cuban descendants “do not sleep” in the impossibility of reserving appointments for applications for Spanish nationality at the Havana Consulate.

This has been certified by a processor to the Cuban Directory who sent an email on June 4 addressed to the Spanish Consul in Havana, regarding the difficulties Spanish descendants in Cuba are facing in booking appointments for applications for Spanish nationality and their solutions has been told about. considered appropriate in this regard.

In a text sent to our editorial office, it claimed applicants should be “on alert 24 hours a day Monday through Thursday” because “signs announcing appointments say it will be at an indeterminate time, Paradoxically to improve service.

He added, “A few weeks ago they had scheduled only one hour on Tuesdays (11am to 12 noon), which was another silly organizational decision that they happily removed.”

According to his account, one of the things that used to happen at this time was that the system would never allow the equipment to enter Cuba. “To change IP, you have to install Virtual Network (VPN) and act like you are in another country,” he said in his message.

Appointments Nationality Consulate of Spain in Havana

According to the information given, “The situation is such that there is a group called” Alarm Decitas “to inform each other on Telegram.”

“We know of people who have gone a whole week without sleep and without results. There are some who have been able to book a few appointments and sell them for exorbitant amounts (from 100 Euro to 250 Euro and up to 27,000 pesos in Cuban pesos),” Prosser explained in an email shared with our newsroom.

Current Status Of Appointments To Spanish Nationality In Cuba

The matter has reached the Spanish media. “The ‘selling’ and trafficking of placements is causing deep unease among Cuban citizens who wish to obtain Spanish nationality but who are unable to obtain placement without paying,” says ABC. An appointment manager confirmed that “the price is 150 Euros.”

But what does the consular office say about this? He assured, “Neither this Consulate General nor any body of administration can give credibility to those who talk of fraud but refuse to lodge a formal complaint and detail the information they have So that proper inquiry can be done.” Cuban Directory last May.

He added, “If some of the people who contacted you can provide reliable data that demonstrates the veracity of their complaints, this consulate will be happy to look into them.”

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