Contact Me Thank you for visiting A Spoonful of TLC! If you would like to contact me for any reason, please don’t hesitate! The best way to contact me is via e-mail at email@example.com or on Instagram @tamaralcohen 9 Comments Bruja, I think the photographer that mention in some posts did a good job!!! I like all the new posts!! I am waiting for Mallorca post… Good job blogger!! Un beso Reply Hi Tamara I came across your posting about what to expect with the notary process to gain Spanish citizenship. I am trying [been on and off for nearly a year] to get citizenship for my son, now 17. Its so frustrating because noone will talk to me…and I dont speak spanish. I got the signed authentication of his Sephardic roots [my mother in laws parents were from Rhodes], but have hit a wall. Can you shed any light? I emailed and eamiled but am getting no repsonse. My son will kill me if I dont make it before he is 18…he is not able to perfect Spanish and take civics exam. Thank you! Reply Hi Debra! Thank you for contacting me! Please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can see what I can do to help. I am not an expert, but I feel like I’ve made it through most of the tough parts and there is light at the end of the tunnel. I look forward to your message. 🙂 Reply Hi there! After reading your post about VIPkids I am interested in applying. I’m also based in Madrid but am having trouble finding a headset and whiteboard to set up my classroom. Any advice on where to find these things? Reply Hi Cindy! I found my headset on Amazon and I bought my whiteboard (That I NEVER use) at one of the Chino stores. If you send me an e-mail to email@example.com, I will help you with everything and practice for your interviews with you. Let me know if you have questions 🙂 Reply Thank you for providing updated info. on Spanish paperwork! I need to get a regreso soon and was really happy to come across your info. from 2018 with helpful links that actually work! 🙂 Reply I’m happy it’s helpful for you! Reply Hi! Thanks so much for all your advice! I just want to make sure, so if we are Americans and we do the renewal of our card, then we don’t have to go home and renew our visas correct? Thanks!! Reply Hi Sheila, if you are renewing for the same program, that’s correct. You can do everything from here (Spain). If you are switching programs, you need to go back and get a new visa (even if it’s student visa to student visa). Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. + five = fourteen Recipe Rating Notify me of new posts by email.