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1The following information has been supplied by the Greek Aliens Bureau:It is obligatory for all EU nationals to apply for a“Registration Certificate” (Veveosi Engrafis Βεβαίωση Εγγραφής) after they have spent 3months in Greece (Directive 2004/38/EC).Thisrequirement also applies to UK nationals duringthe transition period. This certificate is opendated. You only need to renew it if yourcircumstances change e.g. if you had registered asunemployed and you have now foundemployment.Below we outline some of the required documentsfor the most common cases. Please refer to thelocal Police Authorities for information on theregulations for freelancers, domestic employment and students. You should submit your applicationand required documents at your local Aliens Police (Tmima Allodapon – Τμήμα Αλλοδαπών, foraddresses, contact telephone and opening hours see end); if you live outside Athens go to the localpolice station closest to your residence. In all cases, original documents and photocopies arerequired. You should approach the Greek Authorities for detailed information on the documentsrequired or further clarification. Please note that some authorities work by appointment and willrequest that you book an appointment in advance.Required documents in the case of a working person:1. Valid passport.2. Two (2) photos.3. Applicant’s proof of address [a document containing both the applicant’s name and addresse.g. photocopy of the house lease, public utility bill (DEH, OTE, EYDAP) or statement from TaxOffice (Tax Return)]. If unavailable please see the requirements for hospitality.4. Photocopy of employment contract.5. Declaration (form provided by the police) stamped and signed by employer. Photocopy of thegovernment gazette or the company's charter, if the company’s stamp does not mention theemployer's name.6. If the employer is a foreigner citizen, a photocopy of his/her valid passport and his/herresidence permit.In case of hospitality:1. A hospitality declaration certified by a public authority (police).2. Photocopy of the identity of the person hosting the applicant, if s/he is a Greek citizen; orphotocopy of the passport / residence permit of the person hosting, if s/he is a foreignercitizen.3. Host’s proof of address [a document containing both the host’s name and address e.g.photocopy of the house lease, public utility bill (DEH, OTE, EYDAP) or statement from TaxOffice (Tax Return)].In the case of members of spouses of Greek / EU citizens1. Valid passport.DisclaimerPlease note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure theaccuracy of this information which is not exhaustive. Definitive information should be obtained fromthe Greek authorities and the British Embassy and British Consular Network in Greece cannot be heldresponsible for errors or omissions.

22. Two (2) photos.3. Marriage certificate or certificate of family circumstances, issued within the last six months.If the document is in a foreign language it needs to have the Apostille stamp; an officialtranslation in Greek is required.4. Declaration from Greek / EU spouse confirming the continuation of marriage and cohabitation(certified by the police or KEP).5. Identity of Greek spouse or valid passport and Registration Certificate of EU citizen.6. House lease, public utility bill (DEH, OTE, EYDAP) or Tax Office statement.In the case of children:1. Valid passport.2. Two (2) photos.3. Birth certificate or family status certificate. If the document is in a foreign language it needsto have the Apostille stamp; an official translation in Greek is required.4. The father’s passport and Registration Certificate.5. The mother’s passport and Registration Certificate.6. Declarations (forms provided by the police) from the parents on the custody of the minor.7. House lease, public utility bill (DEH, OTE, EYDAP) or Tax Office statement.NOTE: physical presence is required for children over 12 years old.In the case of pensioners or unemployed applicants1. Valid passport.2. Two (2) photos.3. Pensioners need to produce proof that they receive a pension (translated into Greek if it is ina foreign language). Alternatively, applicants need to produce proof of adequate funds tosupport themselves, e.g. Greek bank account booklet which must show a minimum balanceof 4000, per person.4. Greek health booklet or evidence of private health insurance.5. House lease, public utility bill (DEH, OTE, EYDAP) or Tax Office statement.The “Permanent Residence Certificate” (Engrafo Monimis Diamonis – Έγγραφο Μόνιμης Διαμονής)is a document available to all EU nationals. It isoptional. You can apply after 5 years of legallyliving in Greece.Required documents:1. Valid passport.2. Two (2) photos.3. Previous Registration Certificate.4. House lease, public utility bill (DEH,OTE, EYDAP) or Tax Office statement.DisclaimerPlease note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure theaccuracy of this information which is not exhaustive. Definitive information should be obtained fromthe Greek authorities and the British Embassy and British Consular Network in Greece cannot be heldresponsible for errors or omissions.

3Department of Aliens ATHENS (PetrouRalli 24, 177 78 Tavros)Tel: : 210 3405807-817tallodathinon@astynomia.gr(Monday tο Friday, 07:30-15:00)Department of Aliens PIRAEUS (IroonPolytechneiou 37, 185 32 Piraeus)Tel: 210 4124133dapeiraia.allod@astynomia.gr(Monday tο Friday, 07:30-15:00)Department of Aliens NORTHEASTERNATTICA (Agiou Orous 16, 151 23Marousi)Tel: 210 6875176,tallodbaattikis@astynomia.gr(Monday tο Friday, 07:30-15:00)Municipalities of AtticaAthens (Agios Pantelehmonas – Akropoli –Ampelokhpoi –Pathsia – Eksarxia – Kolonos – Kypseli – Omonoia –Pagkrati – Petralona)Agios DimitriosVyronasGalatsiDafni – YmittosZografouKaisarianiKallitheaNea SmyrniNeos KosmosPalaio FaliroMunicipalities of Piraeus and islandsKeratsini - DrapetsonaKoridallosNikaia – Ag. Ioannis rosSalaminaSpetsesTrizinia - MethanaHydraMunicipalities of Northeastern AttikaAgia ParaskeviAgios StefanosArtemidaAvlonasEkaliGerakas - PalliniPaiania - Glyka NeraKalamos - KapandritiKifissiaMarousiVrilissiaNeo IraklionLikovrisi – PefkiNea IoniaDisclaimerPlease note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure theaccuracy of this information which is not exhaustive. Definitive information should be obtained fromthe Greek authorities and the British Embassy and British Consular Network in Greece cannot be heldresponsible for errors or omissions.

4Nea ErithreaNea Makri - MarathonasPapagou - XolargosPenteli - MellisiaRafina orfosiMelissiaNea Filathelfia – Nea XalkidonaDepartment of Aliens SOUTHEASTERNAttica(Voriou Ipirou 50, 16562, Glyfada)Tel: 210 969 2918 - 988tallod.nat@astynomia.gr(Monday tο Friday 07:30-15:00)Department of Aliens WESTERN Attica(Amyntoros 77, 12135 Peristeri)Tel: 210 5788844taldattikis@astynomia.gr(Monday to Friday, 07:30-15:00)Department of Aliens LAVRIO(Danoukara 3, 195 00 Lavrio)Tel: 22920 25265Fax: 22920 60419tmallod.lavriou@astynomia.gr(Monday to Friday, 07:30-14:30)Municipalities of Southeastern AtticaAlimosArgyroypolis - IlioupoliVari – Voula – VouliagmeniGlyfadaEllinikoMunicipalities of Western AtticaAgia a PeramosMegaraFilisAgioi Anargyroi - KamateroAigaleoAno LiosaMunicipalities of oDisclaimerPlease note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure theaccuracy of this information which is not exhaustive. Definitive information should be obtained fromthe Greek authorities and the British Embassy and British Consular Network in Greece cannot be heldresponsible for errors or omissions.

5Porto RaftiSaronidaSounioPolice stations inHeraklion regionHeraklion Police HQ1 Agiou Artemiou StreetN. Alikarnassos, Heraklion 71601Tel: 2810 274073adirakliou@astynomia.grHeraklion B Police stationAgios Myronas, Heraklion 70013Tel: 2810 722230bat.irakleiou@astynomia.grHersonissos Police station8 Minoos Street, Hersonissos 70014Tel: 28970 22222atchersonisou@astynomia.grFestos Police stationLasthenous & 5 Panarous Street, Mires 70400Tel: 28920 22222atmoiron@astynomia.grMinoa-Pediada Police station51 Ethnikis Antistaseos Street, Arkalohori 70300Tel: 28910 25047at.minoa.pediadas@astynomia.grMalevizi Police Station4 Dios Street, Amoudara, Gazi 71005Tel: 2810 824985atperifereiasirakleiou@astynomia.grViannos Police stationVianos 70004Tel: 28950 22840at.bianou@astynomia.grAsterousia Police stationPyrgos 70010 MonofatsiTel: 28930 24022atpyrgou.irakliou@astynomia.grPolice stations inLassithi regionAgios Nikolaos police station47 Erythrou Stravrou Street, Agios Nikolaos 72100Tel: 28410 91412adlasithiou@astynomia.grDisclaimerPlease note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure theaccuracy of this information which is not exhaustive. Definitive information should be obtained fromthe Greek authorities and the British Embassy and British Consular Network in Greece cannot be heldresponsible for errors or omissions.

6Ierapetra Police station35 Markopoulou Street, Ierapetra 72200Tel: 28420 90178taierapetras@astynomia.grSitia Police station39 Therissou Street, Sitia 72300Tel: 28430 22259atsiteias@astynomia.grPolice stations inRethymno regionRethymno Town Police station26 Iroon Politechniou Street, Rethymno 74100Tel: 28310 88196adrethymnou@astynomia.grMilopotamos Police stationPerama, Geropotamos 74052Tel: 28340 22349at.milopotamou@astynomia.grAgios Vasilios Police stationSpili, Lampi 74053Tel: 28320 22027at.agiouvasilioureth@astynomia.grAmariou Police stationAmariTel: 28330 22222atamariou@astynomia.grAnogia Police stationAnogia 74051Tel: 28340 32553atanogeion@astynomia.grPolice stations inChania regionChania Town Police station23 Heraklion Avenue, Chania 73100Tel: 28210 25805adchanion@astynomia.grApokoronas Police stationVryses 73007Tel: 28250 51205at.apokoronou@astynomia.grPlatanias Police stationGerani, Platanias 73014Tel: 28210 61988at.platania@astynomia.grDisclaimerPlease note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure theaccuracy of this information which is not exhaustive. Definitive information should be obtained fromthe Greek authorities and the British Embassy and British Consular Network in Greece cannot be heldresponsible for errors or omissions.

7Kissamos Police station13 Baxevani Street, Kissamos 73400Tel: 28220 25890atkissamou@astynomia.grDisclaimerPlease note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure theaccuracy of this information which is not exhaustive. Definitive information should be obtained fromthe Greek authorities and the British Embassy and British Consular Network in Greece cannot be heldresponsible for errors or omissions.

Department of Aliens LAVRIO (Danoukara 3, 195 00 Lavrio) Tel: 22920 25265 Fax: 22920 60419 tmallod.lavriou@astynomia.gr (Monday to Friday, 07:30-14:30) Municipalities of Lavrio Amavissos Kalivia Keratea Koropi Lavrio Markopoulo . 5 Disclaimer Please note that this information is provided as a guide only. Every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information which is not .

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