Boston Visas

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REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY INTO SPAIN AND VISAS

 

 

REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY FOR A VISA


To apply for a visa you must appear in person

Applicants must have permanent residency status in the USA. The request for a visa must be made at the Spain's Consulate where the applicant resides. This Consulate General has jurisdiction over the following states: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont y Maine.

The visa will be affixed to your passport, in your country of residence, before your departure and must be presented at the Schengen border officials at the port of entry. You can not request the visa in Spain or through the mail.

There are two types of visas:

1. Short Stay (Schengen visa)
2. Long Stay


SHORT STAY VISA (Schengen Visa)


The Schengen Agreement establishes a unified type of visa for short stays (up to 90 days) for the participant European countries (GERMANY, AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GREECE, HUNGARY, ICELAND, ITALY, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, NORWAY, NETHERLANDS, POLAND, PORTUGAL, SWEDEN AND SWITZERLAND).

A Schengen Visa issued by an Embassy or Consulate of the aforementioned countries allows the holder to travel freely in all these countries and it will be issued by the Embassy or Consulate of the country of your main destination, the one where you will spend the longer period of time.

US citizens who wish to stay in Spain for tourist or business purposes for up to 90 days do not need a visa. They should travel with a round trip air ticket and a passport valid for a minimum of six months.

 

Nationalities that need Short Stay Visa

  

Nationalities that need Airport Transit Visa  (It allows you to stay in the international area of the airport in Spain, without entering the national area, during a stop flight or while connecting to another flight).

This Visa will be stamped on your passport before you leave the United States and must be presented to Immigration Control upon first entry into a Schengen country.

AIRPORT TRANSIT VISA: The following documents must be submitted to apply for an Airport Transit Visa:

Applications for this type of visa will neither be accepted more than 90 days in advance nor less than 16 days before the departure date.

_2 Schengen Aplication (double sided sheet) and 1 supplement application form: Application 2 forms dully filled out and signed.
_2 color photos with a white background (passport size)
_Passport valid for a minimum of three months after the expected visa stay.
_Alien Residence Card (Green-Card) or residence visa valid in USA with I-20/IAP-66 (except B-1, B-2), those documents must be valid for a minimum of three months from the expiration date of your visa. 
_Ticket reservation.
_"Money-Order" to pay the non-refundable visa fee of $65.00* payable to the Consulate of Spain. * For Russia, Ukraine, Macedonia, (ARYM), Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Moldavia and Armenia the fee is $38.00.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY

 

TOURIST OR BUSINESS VISA: Documents you must submit to apply for a schengen tourist or business visa:

_2 Schengen Aplication ((double sided sheet) and 1 supplement application form: Application 2 ,forms dully filled out and signed.

_2 color photos with a white background (passport size)
_Passport valid for a minimum of three months after the expected visa stay.
_Alien Residence Card (Green-Card) or residence visa valid in USA with I-20/IAP-66 (except B-1,B-2), those documents must be valid for a minimum of three months from the expiration date of your visa. 
_Reservation of your airline ticket (Round-Trip).
_Hotel reservations or a Letter of Invitation issued by the Spanish Local Police Department from a family member or friend who resides in Spain.
_Proof of financial status, i.e. a major Credit Card along with the 3 latest statements as well as your latest 3 bank statements.
_Travel medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 Euros (€), repatriation included.
_For professional or business trips you must submit an invitation from a company based in Spain, organization to participate in a meeting, convention, fair or congress, etc.
_Letter from employer stating your job title, length of time employed and annual salary or other proof of ties with the U.S. (Deed of Property, etc.).
_"Money-Order" to pay the non-refundable visa fee of $65.00* payable to the Consulate of Spain. * For Russia, Ukraine, Macedonia, (ARYM), Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Moldavia and Armenia the fee is $38.00.

Applicants must submit originals and copies of the above mentioned documents. If your documents are accepted to process the visa they will not be returned.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY

 


LONG STAY VISA

Residence visa to retire in Spain
Residence visa to work in Spain as an employee
Residence visa for investors or self-employment
Residence visa to reunite a family member with a legal resident in Spain
Residence visa to reunite a family member with a citizen of Spain or a EU member
Student visa

 

 

Residency visa: to retire in Spain


This visa allows you to reside in Spain without working or doing any lucrative activities

_2 National Visa Application (double sided sheet) and 1 supplement application form: Application 2 forms dully filled out and signed.
_2 color photos with a white background (passport size)
_Passport valid for a minimum of one year.
_Alien Residence Card (Green-Card) or residence visa valid in USA with I-20/IAP-66 (except B-1,B-2), those documents must be valid for a minimum of three months from the expiration date of your visa.
_Documents that prove family ties, Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator)(marriage certificate, this certificate must bear the "Apostille of the Hague Convention") .  
_Certificate of Absence of Police Records issued by the State or Federal (FBI) police.
___Local Police Background Check will NOT be accepted.
___Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator).
___This certificate can NOT be older than three months from the issue date.
___This certificate (State Police) MUST bear the "Apostille of The Hague Convention" (Contact the Secretary of State of the issuing state) or Federal (F.B.I.) must be legalized with the Apostille of the Hague Convention from the U.S. Department of State.
___You must get a police record form the countries you have lived more than six months during the last 5 years.
___If certificate is issued outside the USA it must be duly legalized by the corresponding Consulate of Spain. 
_Medical Certificate: Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator). This Certificate must be signed in the hand of the doctor (M.D. of D.O.) in a letter-head paper in the following format: "This medical certificate attests that Mr. /Mrs.  ............................ does not suffer from any illness that would pose a threat to public health according to the International Health Regulations of 2005.". This certificate must be issued in the place of residence, and is valid for 3 months counting from the date it has been issued.  
_Proof/s that you have sufficient financial means for you (and your accompanying family) during the stay in Spain without the need to work.
_Non-refundable visa fee "Money-Order" payable to the Consulate of Spain, $190.00 for US citizens, $65.00 for other nationalities, citizens of Canada have to send an e-mail to cog.boston@maec.es for visa fee information.

Applicants must submit originals and copies of the above mentioned documents. If your documents are accepted to process the visa they will not be returned.

Resolution time for this type of visa is three months, without counting the time used to consult your case with "Delegación o Subdelegación del Gobierno" of the city where you are planning to reside in Spain. After that time your application could be considered dismissed.

If the visa is approved, the foreigner has one month (from the approval notice day) to appear in person to pick up the visa. Failure to pick up your visa within one month will be considered as a refusal of the visa and your application will be filed.

Once you pick up your visa, you must enter Spain within the period the visa is valid for and your entry must be stamped on your passport or travel document, after that you must appear in person to apply for your residency card within one month.

IF RESIDENCE VISAS WILL ALSO BE REQUESTED FOR THE FAMILY OF THE APPLICANT, THE APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED AT THE SAME TIME. EACH FAMILY MEMBER MUST PRESENT ALL OF THE DOCUMENTS LISTED ABOVE. FOR SPOUSE: MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, FOR CHILDREN: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator), THIS CERTIFICATE MUST BEAR THE "APOSTILLE OF THE HAGUE.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY

 


Residence visa: To work in Spain as an employee


This visa allows a foreigner, sixteen years and older, to work in Spain as an employee.

Along with the 2 National Visa Application (double sided sheet) and 1 supplement application form: Application 2 , forms dully filled out and signed you must submit the following documents:

_Letter from the Immigration Office in Spain ("Extranjería") addressed to the company or employer in Spain notifying of the approval for the working permit and residency visa. (This must be done by the company or employer before your visa's application).
_Passport valid for a minimum of four months.
_Alien Residence Card (Green-Card) or residence visa valid in USA with I-20/IAP-66 (except B-1, B-2), those documents must be valid for a minimum of three months from the expiration date of your visa.
_2 color photos with a white background (passport size).
_Certificate of Absence of Police Records issued by the State or Federal (FBI) police.
___Local Police Background Check will NOT be accepted.
___Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator).
___This certificate can NOT be older than three months from the issue date.
___This certificate (State Police) MUST bear the "Apostille of The Hague Convention" (Contact the Secretary of State of the issuing state) or Federal (F.B.I.) must be legalized with the Apostille of the Hague Convention from the U.S. Department of State.
___You must get a police record form the countries you have lived more than six months during the last 5 years.
___If certificate is issued outside the USA it must be duly legalized by the corresponding Consulate of Spain. 
_Medical Certificate: Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator). This Certificate must be signed in the hand of the doctor (M.D. of D.O.) in a letter-head paper in the following format: "This medical certificate attests that Mr. /Mrs.  ............................ does not suffer from any illness that would pose a threat to public health according to the International Health Regulations of 2005.". This certificate must be issued in the place of residence, and is valid for 3 months counting from the date it has been issued.    
_Non-refundable visa fee "Money-Order" payable to the Consulate of Spain, $190.00 for US citizens, $65.00 for other nationalities, citizens of Canada have to send an e-mail to cog.boston@maec.es for visa fee information.

Applicants must submit originals and copies of the above mentioned documents. If your documents are accepted to process the visa they will not be returned.

If the visa is approved, the foreigner has one month (from the approval notice day) to appear in person to pick up the visa. Failure to pick up your visa within one month will be considered as a refusal of the visa and your application will be filed.

Once you pick up your visa, you must enter Spain within the period the visa is valid for and your entry must be stamped on your passport or travel document, after that you must appear in person to apply for your residency card within one month.

Once you enter Spain, you can start working and you must register with the Social Security System as established by law.

IF RESIDENCE VISAS WILL ALSO BE REQUESTED FOR THE FAMILY OF THE APPLICANT, THE APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED AT THE SAME TIME. EACH FAMILY MEMBER MUST PRESENT ALL OF THE DOCUMENTS LISTED ABOVE. FOR SPOUSE: MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, FOR CHILDREN: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator), THIS CERTIFICATE MUST BEAR THE "APOSTILLE OF THE HAGUE. 
 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY



Residence visa for investors or self-employment


This visa allows a foreigner to reside in Spain as an investor or self-employed person.

Along with the 2 National Visa Application (double sided sheet) and 1 supplement application form: Application 2 , forms dully filled out and signed you must submit the following documents:
_2 color photos with a white background (passport size)
_Passport valid for a minimum of four months.
Alien Residence Card (Green-Card) or residence visa valid in USA with I-20/IAP-66 (except B-1, B-2), those documents must be valid for a minimum of three months from the expiration date of your visa.

_Official form EX01 requesting authorization for residence and self-employment which the Consulate will forward to the proper local authorities in Spain ("Delegación o Subdelegación de Gobierno de la provincia correspondiente").
_Certificate of Absence of Police Records issued by the State or Federal (FBI) police.
___Local Police Background Check will NOT be accepted.
___Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator).
___This certificate can NOT be older than three months from the issue date.
___This certificate (State Police) MUST bear the "Apostille of The Hague Convention" (Contact the Secretary of State of the issuing state) or Federal (F.B.I.) must be legalized with the Apostille of the Hague Convention from the U.S. Department of State.
___You must get a police record form the countries you have lived more than six months during the last 5 years.
___If certificate is issued outside the USA it must be duly legalized by the corresponding Consulate of Spain.
_Medical Certificate: Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator). This Certificate must be signed in the hand of the doctor (M.D. of D.O.) in a letter-head paper in the following format: "This medical certificate attests that Mr. /Mrs.  ............................ does not suffer from any illness that would pose a threat to public health according to the International Health Regulations of 2005.". This certificate must be issued in the place of residence, and is valid for 3 months counting from the date it has been issued.    
_Documentation that shows that you are financially sound or letter/s from the Bank/s regarding that matter.
_Work or Investment Project that shows the kind and/or type of business to conduct as well as the projected financial gains and, if applicable, any work positions to be created by such project.
_List of the required authorizations and/or permits required to open or conduct your future business along with the status of such permits and /or licenses already obtained if any from the proper authorities.
_Non-refundable visa fee "Money-Order" payable to the Consulate of Spain, $270.00 for US citizens, $65.00 for other nationalities, citizens of Canada have to send an e-mail to cog.boston@maec.es for visa fee information.

Applicants must submit originals and 2 copies of the above mentioned documents. If your documents are accepted to process the visa they will not be returned.

Once you enter Spain, you can start working and you must register with the Social Security System as established by law.

IF RESIDENCE VISAS WILL ALSO BE REQUESTED FOR THE FAMILY OF THE APPLICANT, THE APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED AT THE SAME TIME. EACH FAMILY MEMBER MUST PRESENT ALL OF THE DOCUMENTS LISTED ABOVE. FOR SPOUSE: MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, FOR CHILDREN: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator), THIS CERTIFICATE MUST BEAR THE "APOSTILLE OF THE HAGUE.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY



Residence visa to reunite a family member with a legal resident in Spain:


The foreigner, who has been a legal resident in Spain for one year and had its residency permit renewed for another year can reunite the following family members:

1. Spouse. If they are not legally separated.
2. Their children or their spouse's, who are not married and are under 18 years of age or incapacitated and are not married.
3. Minors (under 18 years old) or incapacitated that are under his/her legal custody.
4. Parents, or from the spouse's, if they are dependents and there are proven reasons for them to justify their need for residency in Spain.


The following requirements must be submitted:

_2 National Visa Application (double sided sheet) and 1 supplement application form: Application 2 ,forms dully filled out and signed.

_2 color photos with a white background (passport size)
_Passport valid for a minimum of four months.
_Alien Residence Card (Green-Card) or residence visa valid in USA with I-20/IAP-66 (except B-1, B-2), those documents must be valid for a minimum of three months from the expiration date of your visa.
_Copy of the residency permit authorization notified to the foreign resident that wants to reunite a member of his family. This process is done in Spain by the resident that wants to reunite a member of his family mentioned above and it must obtain the proper resolution from the "Delegación o Subdelegación del Gobierno".
_Documents proving the family ties and if applicable the legal ones.
_Birth certificate or Marriage certificate bearing the "Apostille of the Hague Convention" or if the country issuing such document is not part of the "Hague Convention" such documents must be dully legalized.
_Copy of the passport from the foreigner residing Spain.
_Certificate of Absence of Police Records issued by the State or Federal (FBI) police.
___Local Police Background Check will NOT be accepted.
___Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator).
___This certificate can NOT be older than three months from the issue date.
___This certificate (State Police) MUST bear the "Apostille of The Hague Convention" (Contact the Secretary of State of the issuing state) or Federal (F.B.I.) must be legalized with the Apostille of the Hague Convention from the U.S. Department of State.
___You must get a police record form the countries you have lived more than six months during the last 5 years.
___If certificate is issued outside the USA it must be duly legalized by the corresponding Consulate of Spain.
_Medical Certificate: Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator). This Certificate must be signed in the hand of the doctor (M.D. of D.O.) in a letter-head paper in the following format: "This medical certificate attests that Mr. /Mrs.  ............................ does not suffer from any illness that would pose a threat to public health according to the International Health Regulations of 2005.". This certificate must be issued in the place of residence, and is valid for 3 months counting from the date it has been issued.    
_Non-refundable visa fee "Money-Order" payable to the Consulate of Spain, $190.00 for US citizens, $65.00 for other nationalities, citizens of Canada have to send an e-mail to cog.boston@maec.es for visa fee information.

Applicants must submit originals and 2 copies of the above mentioned documents. If your documents are accepted to process the visa they will not be returned.

IF RESIDENCE VISAS WILL ALSO BE REQUESTED FOR THE FAMILY OF THE APPLICANT, THE APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED AT THE SAME TIME. EACH FAMILY MEMBER MUST PRESENT ALL OF THE DOCUMENTS LISTED ABOVE. FOR SPOUSE: MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, FOR CHILDREN: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, Original translated into Spanish and one copy will be needed (contact a legal translator), THIS CERTIFICATE MUST BEAR THE "APOSTILLE OF THE HAGUE.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY

 


Residence visa to reunite a family member with a citizen of Spain or an EU member


It must be obtained by all nationals that are not EU citizens or they are from the countries that require visas to travel to the Schengen countries to reunite for residence in Spain with a Spaniard or an EU citizen including Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland with whom they have the following family ties:

1. Spouse. If you are not legally separated.
2. Their children or their spouse's, who are not married and are under 21 years of age or incapacitated and are not married.
3. Minors (under 21 years old) or incapacitated that are under the resident's legal custody.
4. Parents, or from the spouse's, if they are dependents and there are proven reasons for them to justify their need for residency in Spain.

 
American citizens and those of nationalities that do not require visa according the above mentioned list (Anejo 1 ICC) do not require a residence visa and must apply for their residence card once they arrive in Spain.

Nationals of the countries that require a visa to enter Spain must submit the following requirements:
_2 National Visa Application (double sided sheet) and 1 supplement application form: Application 2 ,forms dully filled out and signed.

_2 color photos with a white background (passport size)
_Valid passport
_Alien Residence Card (Green-Card) or residence visa valid in USA with I-20/IAP-66 (except B-1, B-2), those documents must be valid for a minimum of three months from the expiration date of your visa.
_Documents proving the family ties.
_Spain's "Libro de Familia" or Birth certificate or Marriage certificate bearing the "Apostille of the Hague Convention" or if the country issuing such document is not part of the "Hague Convention" such documents must be dully legalized.
_For descendants or ascendants older that 21 years of age documents that prove that the citizen of the EU residing in Spain is their financial supporter.
_Copy of the passport from the Spaniard or EU member residing in Spain.
_"Empadronamiento" from the person residing in Spain.

Applicants must submit originals and copies of the above mentioned documents. If your documents are accepted to process the visa they will not be returned.

If approved this visa must be picked up in person within two months from the approval date notice. Failure to pick up your visa within two months will be considered as a refusal of the visa and your application will be filed.

This visa will be valid for all of the Schengen countries.
The holder of this type of visa has the same working privileges as any citizen of Spain or EU member.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY

 


Student Visa*

 

It is recommendable that applications for this type of visa be presented less than four months in advance and more than four weeks before the departure date, as the visa is valid only three months after it is issued and its delivery process may need about four weeks.
 
This visa allows you to study or do research work in Spain for periods exceeding three months.
 
U.S. citizens do not need a visa to study in Spain for less than 90 days.
 
Nationals of the countries that require visas to travel to the Schengen area have to obtain a student visa to study in Spain for less than 90 days..
 
You can apply at this Consulate if you have your residency in our jurisdiction (Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and Maine).If you live or study in another area please check which is the appropriate Consulate.
 
The application must be submitted in person.
 
By submitting your student visa application you can also apply for the visa for your spouse and children under 18 years of age.
 
The visa will be affixed to your passport before you depart the United States and it must be presented at your point of entry into the Schengen areas.

Documents you must submit in order to apply for a Student Visa:
• 1 National Visa Application and 1 supplement application form Application 2 (forms dully filled out and signed).
• 1 color photo with a white background (passport size).

• Passport: The passport must be valid for the intended period of your stay in Spain with at least one blank page to affix the visa.

• Evidence of your migratory status in the USA (Only for non US citizens): Provide your "Alien Registration Card" or “US Visa with I-20/IAP-66” (except B1-B2); those documents must be valid for your return to USA after the expiration date of your visa.
• Letter of acceptance as a full time student from Spain's University/School or US program indicating: name, address and registration number of the school with Spain's Department of Education (Ministerio de Educación de España).
• Health Insurance: letter from the Health Insurance Company with international insurance coverage for health/accident during the planning period of stay in Spain.
• Proof of financial means during your stay: please provide one of the following:
 _Notarized letter from your parents or legal guardian assuming full financial responsibility for at least the IPREM (minimum income official index that is officially published), today 532.51€ per month for room and board. Suggested wording: “I hereby certify that I am the (father/mother/other) of (...), that Iwill support him/her with a monthly allowance of at least the IPREM, that is to say 532.51€ while he/she is in Spain and that I am financially responsible for any emergency that may arise".
 _If that is the case, letter from the University or School in Spain or in the USA expressly assuming responsibility for the financial aid or scholarship program of your stay.
 _Personal bank account statements showing that you are in a position to sustain yourself with at least the quoted IPREM amount.

 

• Non-refundable visa fee "Money-Order" payable to the Consulate of Spain, $160.00 for US citizens, $65.00 for other nationalities, citizens of Canada have to send an e-mail to cog.boston@maec.es for visa fee information.
• Notarized authorization letter (only if the applicant is under 18 years of age) from the parents or custodians authorizing the visa application to travel and study abroad. Together with minor´s birth certificate.
• Certificate of Non-Criminal Records (Only for stays of more than 180 days and 18 year old and older applicants) issued by the State or Federal (FBI) police and by the countries where you have lived more than six months during the last 5 years. The Certificate has to bear the Apostille of the Hague Convention or be legalized by the Spanish Consulate.
• Medical certificate (for stays over 180 days only): This Certificate must be signed in the hand of the doctor (M.D. or D.O.) in a letter-head paper in the following format:
“This medical certificate attests that Mr./ Mrs. …………………does not suffer from any illness that would pose a threat to public health following International Health Regulations of 2005.”
 
If stay visas will also be requested for the family, the applicant has to proof that he has enough means to sustain each family member (75% of IPREM, for spouse and 50% of IPREM for children). Additionally he has to present proof of the family link: for spouse: marriage certificate; for children: birth certificate. The certificates have to bear the Apostille of the Hague Convention.
 
Applicants must submit originals and copies of the above mentioned documents.

The passport must be left in our office so we can process your visa.

It generally takes about three to four weeks to process this type of visa.
 
Once approved, the visa loses its force if not collected in two months.
 
If granted, your visa will allow you to study in Spain for the requested period of time, as specified on the visa sticker (“del …. al …”). It will be considered as a foreigner identity card if the period of stay does not exceed six months. For a longer period in Spain it is necessary to apply for an identity card.

If the compliance of a requirement is in doubt, the Consulate is empowered to ask for additional documentation.


* The Consulate General in Boston has drafted this page with an exclusive informative, pragmatic purpose and seeking to facilitate the process of obtaining a student visa, but it is only the Spanish legislation for foreigners that prevails and, while we think the summary given is correct, this Consulate does not accept responsibility for omissions or unwanted errors.


 

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