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What Do I Need To Live Legally in Spain?
The “NIE” (Número de Identificación de Extranjero) is a tax identification number assigned to foreigners who conduct economic or professional activities in Spain, regardless of their length of stay.
The “TIE” (Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero) is the identification card for non-EU citizens who live in Spain for more than 6 months.
While the EU Registration Certificate (commonly called “Green NIE”) is a document issued to EU citizens who live in Spain for more than 3 months. It certifies their right to reside in the country and can be used to access some public services and benefits.
The “EU Registration Certificate” (commonly called “Green NIE”) is a document issued to EU citizens who live in Spain for more than 3 months. It certifies their right to reside in the country and can be used to access some public services and benefits.
A “residence permit” is an official document that allows non-EU citizens to reside legally in Spain for a specific period of time, usually longer than 90 days, and for a specific purpose, such as work, study, or family reunification.
The “empadronamiento” is a registration process in the City Hall that allows individuals to declare their place of residence in Spain. It is required for accessing some public services and benefits.
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What sets us apart from other immigration firms is our commitment to providing personalized and attentive service to each and every one of our clients.
The process for obtaining a visa to Spain can vary depending on the type of visa you need and your country of origin.
Generally, you’ll need to submit an application form, passport photos, a valid passport, demonstrate the absence of criminal records and have full health coverage in Spain.
You’ll also need to pay a fee and, in some cases, schedule an interview at the Spanish consulate or embassy in your home country.
Entre Trámites can assist you with the application process and ensure that all necessary documents are submitted correctly.
The documentation for a Spanish visa can vary depending on the type of visa you need. Some common requirements include a valid passport, proof of financial means to support yourself during your stay, and documentation of the purpose of your visit, such as a letter of invitation or proof of enrollment in a Spanish school.
We can help you determine the specific requirements for your visa and ensure that all necessary documents are submitted correctly.
If your visa application is denied, you may have the right to appeal the decision or reapply with additional documentation or information. Our team can assist you with this process and provide guidance on how to proceed.
However, please note that we cannot guarantee a successful outcome as the decision ultimately rests with the Spanish authorities.
The duration of a Spanish visa or residence permit varies depending on the type of permit or visa you are applying for.
Typically, visas for short-term stays in Spain are issued for up to 90 days, while long-term residence permits can be valid for up to two years initially and then renewed for subsequent periods.
Citizens of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, and several other countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
However, even if you are not required to obtain a visa, you may still need to meet certain entry requirements, such as having a valid passport and proof of sufficient funds for your stay.
Assessment: Our team of experts will evaluate your personal circumstances and determine the most suitable procedure for you.
Documentation: We will help you gather all the necessary documents and information required.
Application: We will complete and submit your application to the relevant Spanish authorities on your behalf.
Follow-up: Our team will also monitor the progress of your application and provide updates on its status. We will assist with any additional requirements or questions from the authorities.
While we cannot guarantee that your application will be approved, we can help you prepare your application and provide guidance on how to make it as strong as possible.
We have experience working with Spanish consulates and embassies, and we can help you navigate the application process and ensure that all necessary documents are submitted correctly.
The cost of our immigration services can vary depending on the specific services you hire and the level of assistance you need.
A specialist will always review your case and provide you with the adequate quote for your case.
Our prices are fair and transparent: you only pay for what you need.
Payments must be made by debit or credit card.
You have up to 15 days to request cancellation of the service, as laong as you have not sent the documentation. The money will be refunded to your card in less than 14 days. See our terms and conditions.