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My husband and I have received our favourable letters but we are in the UK for Christmas and have only 7 days to pick them up before they are returned! Any advice please..can I get a friend to pick them up for me ? Or do you have to go to the post office yourself TIA
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I am not 100% sure, but think you need proof of identity to collect from post office.  Perhaps you could give a local friend a letter of authorisation to collect. Would need to be written in Spanish.  Maybe others here will know more.
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(26-12-2020, 11:52 AM)Emmi Smith Wrote: I am not 100% sure, but think you need proof of identity to collect from post office.  Perhaps you could give a local friend a letter of authorisation to collect. Would need to be written in Spanish.  Maybe others here will know more.

I am pretty sure you are right Em in my experience you need ID and the notification that the Letter/Package has been delivered, a letter of authority should not be an issue, the that could be typed up using Google translate and emailed to a friend, however, the Correos notification might be another thing.
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Thank you guys I have just sent over a letter in Spanish to my friend who will try in the morning so fingers crossed   thank you
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(26-12-2020, 11:39 AM)Witmaj Wrote: My husband and I have received our favourable letters but we are in the UK for Christmas and have only 7 days to pick them up before they are returned! Any advice please..can I get a friend to pick them up for me ? Or do you have to go to the post office yourself TIA

I'm intrigued! How do you know they are favourable if you haven't yet read them?  Wink
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Because you can check on line Rolleyes
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Good on you 👍👍
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Witmaj, please let us know if the collection was successful. It would be helpful to know for anyone in similar position.
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Will do  Thumbs Up Thumbs Up
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The business I'm involved in we need what is called an Authority to act.  Its basically our clients giving us permission to represent them.
Its a declaration from you to say the 3rd party act on your behalf.  It has to be signed by you.  Not sure if it would work in Spain?  Good luck
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