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What does XIC stand for?

XIC stands for Xabia International College


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Xabia International College located in Javea on the Costa Blanca. The College comprises primary and secondary sections ranging from nursery at 3 years of age, through to GCSE at 16 and to ‘A’ level at 18+. The natural progression in a family’s education can therefore take place with the least possible disruption.
– Did you have to rent a house for the whole year and submit a registered rental contract in the visa application? If yes, did you have to pay for the whole year or just a deposit, and how did you sign and get the contract if you were not yet in Spain? Any rental agent you personally dealt with and would recommend? – One of the requirements is to have private medical insurance in Spain BEFORE applying for the visa. An active medical insurance certificate must be submitted in the visa application. How should we do that while we are out of Spain? Any medical insurance agency you dealt with and would recommend? – Would you recommend we deal with an immigration lawyer? Does it really reduce the time frame and increase the chances of getting the visa? or there is really no difference whether we do the application procedure on our own? – Some suggested that buying a property instead of renting significantly increases the chance of obtaining the non-lucrative visa. Any feedback on that? – Our daughters will have to join an international school (Teaching in English), we did some search in the Javea area and found the “Xabia International College.
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Based in Javea, Alicante on the Costa Blanca, Xabia International College provides an International Primary and Secondary School education based upon the English National Curriculum, ranging from nursery at 3 years of age, through to GCSE at 16 and to 'A' level at 18+. The current total of approx. 300 students is made up of children of some twenty nationalities.