Self-employed Visa
5/15/2020

 

The Consulate General of Spain in Miami has jurisdiction over the following states: Florida, Georgia and South Carolina
The procedure consists two phases: one related to the self employment and one related to the visa. The first one must be previously resolved favorably in order to begin the process of the second.
FIRST PHASE: Application for authorization of temporary residence and self-employment
SECOND PHASE: Visa application for residence for self-employment
Both applications will be submitted personally, in official form, from Monday to Friday between 8:30 and 13:30 (NO APPOINTMENTS). B1/B2 visa holders must submit applications in the country of legal residence.
Honorary Consulates of Spain are not authorized to process visa applications
Note.- Some cases of entrepreneurs can benefit from the special regime of International mobility Section, Entrepreneurial Support. Act of 27 September 2013 (Law 14/2013) which provides a simplified procedure of residence for them and some of their relatives (See corresponding section)
 
 
 
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