The mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, announced today that the City and the Ministry of Interior will drive a new office documentation by the Spanish Aliens has today opened its puertas.extranjeriaextranjeriaextranjeria.
The councilor, accompanied by Secretary of State for Security, Francisco Martínez; the government delegate in Andalusia, Carmen Crespo, and the sub-delegation in Malaga, Jorge Hernández Mollar, visited the new facilities in the Duke of Lerma street in the neighborhood of La Patera. “We are working on the project office for Spanish documents on a plot of 150 square meters which is located next to the new office has opened its doors to residents and foreign tourists today,” said the first mayor. Regarding Immigration office, local, provided by the Council, has 180 square meters and enables the processing of documents such as letters of invitation and nationality, residence certificates, authorizations return or student cards, among otros._MG_1153_MG_1153
He assured that with these new units, which have received an investment for his reform of 200,000 euros, financed by the municipality and by the Directorate General of Police, “both facilities and services provided by the Police in the town are improved “.
Muñoz recalled “close relationship” between the City and the central government, specifically the Ministry of Interior and the National Police, in recent years allowing the creation of an office reporting and documentation in San Pedro Alcántara or opening Service Foreign Tourist Assistance.
“This new opening demonstrates the good relationship between the two administrations, resulting in the benefit of the citizens,” he concluded.
For his part, Secretary of State for Security has welcomed the opening of the new office in Marbella and highlighted the efforts of both the City Council and the Department for agencies “have been a reality soon.”
It has advanced, finally, good provincial data security, highlighting the drop in crime by 14.2 percent and 13.2 percent happy. Moreover, the crime rate has dropped since 2011 Marbella 18.1 percent.