Local Support to Thrive in Andorra

Getting immigration status is only the first step in starting your life in our beautiful country. We take pride in helping our clients to truly thrive in Andorra.

Here to Make Everyday Life Easier for You

Are you living in Andorra year-round and need day-to-day support? Or is Andorra your home base that needs taking care of while you’re away? Either way, we’re can assist you!

Family in Andorra

For Year-Round Residents

From administrative tasks at government offices or utility companies, to more consultative help like arranging trade professionals or getting insurance quotes we’re here to help.

But it’s not all about financial tasks either. If you need assistance with your child’s school or nursery, finding a new place to live or buying your discounted ski passes, we’ve got you covered.

Sometimes English translation and local insight goes a long way towards making life smoother!

For Passive Residents

If you’re not planning to live in Andorra for the full year, a local on the ground to represent you can make life a lot easier.

In Andorra, fines still arrive my post and can escalate out of control if left unchecked. We collect your mail on a monthly basis to be sure your box isn’t overflowing on your next visit.

We can also assist with checking your property after storms, stocking your refrigerator and refueling your heating system, so your home is ready for your arrival.

Social Life in Andorra

Pricing

Day to day life can get busy, so we keep it simple.

Our plans are a flat rate each month. Think of us as your personal assistant in Andorra.

Individual
€85 /month
  • Contact via Phone, Email or WhatsApp
  • Renewal of your residency*
  • Property advice and assistance
  • Drivers license exchange
  • Monthly post collection
  • 60 minutes of hourly services
Couple or Family
€120 /month
  • Contact via Phone, Email or WhatsApp
  • Residency renewal for yourself and all dependents*
  • Property advice and assistance
  • School and nursery assistance
  • Drivers license exchange
  • Monthly post collection
  • 60 minutes of hourly services
Individual ServicesStandalone FeeWith Local Support
Renewal of residency of head of household€679.00€30.00 (expenses only)
Renewal of residency of each dependent€220.00€30.00 (expenses only)
Change of address with Andorran administrations€210.00€30.00 (expenses only)
Replacing lost residency card€210.00€30.00 (expenses only)
Property advice and assistance€555.00Included
School and nursery assistance€47.00 /hourIncluded
Messaging assistance via WhatsApp, email or phone€21.00Included
Help with finding service and trade professionals€47.00 /hourIncluded
Advice with utility companies€47.00 /hourIncluded
Shopping assistance for homeware and appliances€47.00 /hourIncluded
In person administration support€47.00 /hourIncluded
Drivers licence exchange / application for EU and UK€225.00Included
Post collection€70.00 /visitIncluded
Application for requesting residency withdrawal€1,820.00Not included

*Please note: admin and government fees are not included. Any additional time past your 60 minute credit is charged on a discounted hourly rate.

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Elizabeth

An expert who has your back

As a long term resident of Andorra who has started a family here, Elizabeth knows the ins and outs of the country first-hand.

Whether you need help finding a new place to live, booking a dentist appointment, finding a school for your child or something else, she’s here for you!

She doesn’t only speak a wide range of languages, her can-do attitude ensures she can get things done for you, quickly.

Some of the many ways our clients have benefit from local support

Andorran properties

Property purchase

Arranging an independent property valuation

Independent valuations have stopped our clients from overpaying, saving literal hundreds of thousands. They have also helped to gain larger mortgages from the banks.

Children and teacher in a classroom

Schooling

Joining school tours or meetings with teachers

While more and more English is being spoken in Andorra, let’s be real, it’s not the official language. If you need help translating in meetings with teachers, we’re happy to help.

Driving a car in Andorra

Driving

Transferring licenses from different countries

Almost every country has a different system involved in exchanging your license. Though we can’t control government requirements, we can help to limit your hassle.

CASS Office in Andorra

Healthcare

Assisting with reimbursements from CASS or private insurance

This step includes providing a copy of your company’s lease to the local government (commune) and requesting a tax identification number from the tax administration.

Everything you need in one place

Without someone taking care of the details, your move to Andorra can be met with unnecessary delays.

Simply fill in our forms and upload any documents.

We’ll take care of the rest, keeping a record of all files and communication in our secure dashboard, where you can find everything you need, at any time.

Andorra Guides Portal on Mobile Device

Everything you need in one place

Without someone taking care of the details, your move to Andorra can be met with unnecessary delays.

Simply fill in our forms and upload any documents.

We’ll take care of the rest, keeping a record of all files and communication in our secure dashboard, where you can find everything you need, at any time.

Andorra Guides Web Portal on Laptop

Q&A

I want to buy a property in Andorra. Can I engage Andorra Guides to represent my best interests during this process?

Absolutely! Most passive residents choose to come into the country by way of property investment, so we’ve had a lot of experience in this area. Unlike the agents however, we aren’t incentivised by one particular sale, so we can act as a ‘buyers agent’ on your behalf.

This involves reaching out to agents within the country to find out if they have properties that suit your specific needs, assisting with much needed due diligence like zoning issues, avalanche risk and so on, and arranging an independent valuation report. The negotiation culture is different in Andorra, and our goal is to ensure you aren’t overpaying. This due diligence can also go a long way with Andorra’s banks, to help you to gain a substantial mortgage, if you so desire.

Can I exchange my drivers’ licence?

Possibly. License exchanges are possible from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands and UK.

Once you get your residency you have 1 year to exchange your existing licence to Andorran one. It’s worth noting that Andorra will currently only exchange the categories for driving a car and driving a car with a trailer if you’re from the UK. Any other categories, such as large or heavy goods vehicles, will be lost and will need to be re-taken with a local driving school.

There’s no drivers’ licence exchange system between my home country and Andorra. How can I get a local licence?

You will need to sit a theory test, and then take a practical exam. If you do this within your first year of residency in Andorra, this can be done in English. After this time, it’s in Catalan. For this reason we encourage you to do so shortly after gaining your residency card.

Can I import my car to Andorra?

Yes, though there are restrictions. The first being that Andorra does not accept right hand drive cars. The second is that cars must meet Euro 6 emissions standards, while also be manufactured no more than 5 years ago. If you can show that you have owned the car for 6+ months prior to the date of your residency, you will be able to import it without being taxed.

It’s possible to import classic cars as well. These must be 25 years old, and in ‘perfect state’. Import applications must be accompanied by a Certificate of Conformity, photos, and approval from the Automobile Club of Andorra.

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