Citizens of the Campo de Gibraltar and Gibraltar who cross the customs control point at La Línea de la Concepción to move between their place of residence and their place of work, once registered in said customs point, can use the 'red lines', which are designed for travellers who have goods to declare, significantly reducing waiting times.
If several travellers are occupying a single means of transport, use of the red circuit requires them to all have the identification document referred to in section four.
The tax and customs purposes of showing the identification document of frontier workers who use the red circuit are those previously defined as 'nothing to declare'.
Workers who wish to register must present an application before the Customs Department of La Línea de la Concepción or via the e-Office of the SPANISH TAX AGENCY and contribute documentation on identity, contract and residence.The Customs Department, after verifying that the necessary requirements are fulfilled, will proceed to issue a document of identification as a border worker who must show it when using the afore mentioned " red service channels ".
The identification document will have a maximum validity of one year from the date of issuance.
The identification document must be renewed when the residence conditions, work contract or identification document change, or when it expires.