Visa to reside in Spain without carrying out any gainful (work or professional) activity, provided that the applicant has sufficient and guaranteed means to live on. This visa does not constitute a work permit.
The Embassy of Spain in Seoul will process the visa applications submitted by applicants living in the consular jurisdiction in person by APPOINTMENT only only (see General Information)
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1. National visa application form. Applicants must complete in English or Spanish and sign a visa application form, filling in each of its sections.
2. Non working residence visa application form. Applicants must complete in Spanish and sign a copy of the EX-01 form, filling in each of its sections.
3. Tasas Modelo 790 Codigo 052. Applicants must complete in Spanish and sign, filling in each of its sections.
4. Photograph. A recent, passport-size, colour photograph, taken against a white background, facing forward, without dark or reflective glasses, or any garments concealing the oval of the face.
5.Valid, unexpired passport. The original and a photocopy of the page or pages of the passport that contain biometric data must be submitted. The passport must have a minimum validity period of 1 year and contain two blank pages. Passports issued more than 10 years ago will not be accepted. [Original and photocopy]
6. Proof of financial means. The applicant must submit the [Original and photocopy] of the documents, no late than one month prior to the date of application, proving that they have sufficient financial means to cover the expenses of residing in Spain for the initial year of the residence permit, or accrediting that they have a regular source of income, for themselves and, where applicable, for the family members accompanying them. The minimum required amount is equivalent to 400% of Spain's Public Multiple Effects Income Indicator (IPREM). To this amount must be added 100% of the IPREM for each family member in the applicant's care. These documents must be legalised through the consular representations of the issuing country or, in the case of signatory countries to the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, hold the Hague Apostille (except official documents issued by a Member State of the European Union, which will not require to be legalised). Sworn translation into Spanish is also required.
7. Health insurance. [Original and photocopy] of the certificate accrediting, in Spanish or English, the public or private health insurance contracted with an insurance entity authorized to operate in Spain. The insurance policy must cover all the risks insured by Spain's public health system.
8.Criminal record check certificate. Applicants of legal age must submit the criminal record check certificate(s) issued by their country or/and countries of residence for the past 5 years preceding the date of the visa application. It cannot be older than 6 months, unless the certificate itself specifies a longer expiration. These certificates must be legalised through the consular representations of the issuing country or, in the case of signatory countries to the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, hold the Hague Apostille (except official documents issued by a Member State of the European Union, which will not require to be legalised). Sworn translation into Spanish is also required. [Original and photocopy]
9.Medical certificate: issued by a registred medical practitioner no late than one month prior to the date of application accrediting that the applicant does not suffer from any disease that could cause serious repercussions for public health pursuant to the 2005 International Health Regulations. [Original and a copy] .
10. Valid and unexpired Korean residence card: must be valid for at least 3 months beyond the planned departure date from Korea (only for non-Korean Nationals). [Original and photocopy]
11.Pay the relevant visa fee at the Embassy. on the day your application is accepted. National visa fee and 790-052 permit fee. Please refer to the section Consular Service fees.
When it´s necessary to assess the application, the Consular Office may request additional documents or data and may also ask the applicant to come in for a personal interview.
Validity period of the visa: The visa will be valid for 90 days. Once in Spain, a Foreigner Identity Card (TIE) must be applied for within a period of 1 month from the applicant's entry into Spain, at the Foreign Nationals' Office or the corresponding Police Station.