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6- Wait for an answer

 

The TIE renewal procedure can take a minimum of 2 months and sometimes (depending on the moment of the year, overflow of the legal authorities, and type of submission - electronic or in paper) several months.

After submitting your documents, you will get a RECEIPT. With your personal details and reference of your file, you will be able to check online the status of your application:

  • Just after submitting: it does not appear online.

  • One or two weeks after submitting: it appears and indicates "pendiente de trámite" (received by the authorities)

  • Later: it shows "en trámite" (in process)
    This status can last a few weeks.
    If you have been waiting for several months and you do not receive any official notification (*) , please contact with the legal authorities ("Subdelegación de Gobierno").
    (Please only contact if you have been waiting for many time. The procedure lasts a minimum of time to be processed.)


  • Final status: it can be "resuelto/favorable" (it is, accepted) or: "denegado" (denied, rejected).

Please check in our website the instructions to follow in each situation. Should you have any question or doubt, please do not hesitate to contact the OMI office.

 

NOTE (*):
- If you submitted your documents electronically, you will receive an official notification in the online portal.
- If you submitted the documents in paper, you will receive an official notification at home, by the post.
The official notification can be:

  • an official request for additional/missing documents ("requerimiento");
  • the notification of the concession (in the letter it says "resuelvo conceder" and in the Internet the status is "resuelto/favorable");
  • the notification of a denial (status "denegado" denied, rejected).