You can also go in person to the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice located in Madrid , and consult it in person. In this sense, the civil registry would NOT function for the same purpose.
You can also fill out the contact form on the website of the Ministry of Justice so that an official, via mail, will reply with the status, something that will be verified manually. Here you have the form .
Another very useful option is to call the Ministry's mobile number list citizen service number . You simply have to give your NIE to receive the information. If you do not have a registration number, we recommend that you use this route, as they will give you one; In addition to informing you about the status of the file. The number is 902 007 214 – 91 837 22 95 .
Finally, the safest and most comfortable option of all: contact a lawyer . Our team is ready to help you verify the status of your nationality or immigration file. We will give you detailed and updated information in record time:
The first thing to keep in mind is that you are not really renewing your NIE, but rather your TIE or foreign identification card.
The NIE is the number that identifies you as a foreigner in Spain , and it will always be the same.
Thus, once you have completed one year in the country with your initial residence authorization, it is most likely that you must renew it (although there are some permits, such as the golden visa , which will be for the second year).
How to do it?