PILAR DE LA HORADA Social Services Advisor Marina Saez Martinez visited the students at the end of the Spanish course for foreign residents.
The free courses were organized by the Pangea City Office – the regional network that helps with the integration of non-Spanish residents – and have been attended by 33 people since the course began last month, despite the difficult situation in the time due to the pandemic.
Following the enthusiastic reception of the classes, a new course will start after the summer, Saez announced.
In addition to teaching basic daily Spanish, the courses included informative lectures on different topics.
These ranged from the “basic knowledge of immigration regulations” by the lawyer for the social services of the town hall to the “resources and attention of the social services” of the staff of the family service and minors attached to them. social services.
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