Article 7 of Royal Decree 1671/2009, of November 6, which partially develops Law 11/2007, of June 22, on electronic access of citizens to public services, disposes:

  • The establishment of a public service website entails the responsibility of the head of the Ministry regarding the integrity, veracity, and updating of the information and services that can be accessed through it. The head of the public services website that contains a link to another whose responsibility corresponds to a different organization or Public Administration will not be responsible for the integrity, veracity, or updating of the latter.
  • The public services website will establish the necessary means for the citizen to know if the information or service to which they access corresponds to the public services website itself or to an access point that does not have the character of the site or to a third party.

On this matter, the public services website of the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Immigration will notify through a link when the Headquarters is left.


Order ISM/11/2021, of January 12, which creates and regulates the Central Public Services Website of the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration

This order is under the principles of good regulation contained in article 129 of Law 39/2015, of October 1. Thus, it conforms to the principles of necessity and effectiveness as its creation is necessary for compliance with the provisions of article 38 of Law 40/2015, of October 1, and article 3 of Royal Decree 1671/2009, of October 6. November, thus allowing the electronic relationship of citizens with Public Administrations with guarantees of full certainty and security. Likewise, the order is under the principles of proportionality and legal certainty, as it contains the essential regulation for the creation of the new electronic headquarters and is the same respectful of the national legal system. In the application of the principle of transparency, the objectives pursued with the order, as well as its contents, are clearly defined. Finally, the order goes by the principle of efficiency by not imposing unnecessary administrative burdens and making proper use of public resources, by providing for the use of technological means already available in the Administration.


Intellectual and industrial property:

  • Both the design of the headquarters and its source code, as well as the logos, trademarks, and other distinctive signs, belong to the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Immigration and its dependent bodies, being protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights.
  • The total or partial reproduction of the contents is authorized, provided that its public origin is expressly cited. The Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Immigration declares its respect for the intellectual and industrial property rights of third parties; therefore, if you consider that this site may be violating your rights, please contact the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Immigration.
  • To keep the information published at the Headquarters updated, the contents may be modified, corrected, deleted or added at any time, so it will be convenient to check the validity or accuracy of the same by going to official sources.
  • The Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Immigration is not responsible for the answers that are made through the different email addresses that appear on its portal, except those of the department itself, so in no case can bind legal effect to be derived. of the same in the terms of the provisions of the aforementioned article 4 of Royal Decree 208/1996.