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Are you living in Spain permanently? Are you relocating to Spain?

If you are spending more than 90 days within 180 days in a calendar year, you will need to become legally resident in Spain. Perez Legal Group will organise all of the paperwork for you to help you obtain your VISA and legal residency permit (TIE card). We can help you relocate to any part of Spain. 

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HOW TO APPLY FOR SPANISH RESIDENCY?

The rules for travelling or working in European countries changed on 1 January 2021. You can travel to countries in the Schengen area for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a Visa. At Spanish border control, you may need to show a return or onward ticket and show you have enough money for your stay. Passports will be stamped with an entry date.

If you intention is to spend more than 3 months in Spain, you have the obligation to become a resident and if you are spending more than 6 months, you will become a tax resident to pay taxes in Spain on your worldwide assets. To get legally resident in Spain, you will need to obtain your TIE CARD and this process is divided in 2 steps :

  1. To obtain a visa at the Spanish consulate in the UK
  2. To complete your TIE card application once you arrive to Spain

Perez Legal Group can guide you through the whole process depending on the type of Visa you will be requiring. If your intention is to reside in Spain permanently, be aware that the first steps before even coming to Spain are as follows:

Apply for NIE certificate

Open a Spanish bank account

Apply for a VISA in the Spanish consulate in the UK

Apply for your TIE CARD in Spain once you have obtained your VISA (residency permit)

In order to obtain these, we will request a power of attorney to be signed in the UK. For its preparation we will need: scanned copy of passports, postal address, marital status (if you are married, divorced, single, etc) and your profession.

Learn more about Perez Legal Group’s Relocation to Spain package and how to become legally resident in Spain

Learn more about Perez Legal Group’s Relocation to Spain package and how to become legally resident in Spain

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APPLYING FOR A VISA

There are many types of Visas, (Working Visa, Golden Visa, Non Lucrative Visa, Family Reunification Visa, etc), but the most common application is the Non Lucrative Visa which is applicable to all those who do not have the intention to work in Spain to start with. Any type of visa is requested only once, once the TIE card is granted. First residency permit is for 1 year, second renewal is for 2 years and last one is for 5 years. These renewals will happen in Spain and you don’t need to get back to the UK to obtain this.

The Visa is requested personally. Once it is approved, the applicant must collect the Visa personally within one month from the date of notification.

All official documents (birth certificates, marriage certificates, GP doctor certificate, criminal record, civil partnership certificate), must be legalised through a UK notary public and be sent to the common wealth for the hague of apostile. After this process, we will help you with the sworn translations of all the documents and we will provide the certificate of the private health care cover with a specific document that you need to take with you to the Spanish consulate the day of your appointment.

The visa will be approved for 3 months. Within this period, we will help you to complete in Spain the application of the TIE card. On your arrival to Spain or before, you should have a Spanish domicile by renting or buying a Spanish property as (padron), registration in the town hall should be provided too. 

If you are married to a EU member, you will not need a Visa.

Ask Perez Legal Group for the procedure.

RELOCATING TO SPAIN TO BECOME SELF-EMPLOYED?

The applicant must carry out two different and consecutive procedures.
Firstly, you must apply for a work permit to work in the activity you will carry out then upon approval, you must apply for the visa.

A. REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY FOR THE WORK PERMIT
1. Legalised copy of passport*.
2. Police clearance from countries of residence from last 5 years*.
3. Medical certificate: The applicant must be accredited to “not suffer from any diseases that can have serious health consequences in accordance with the provisions of the International Health Regulations 2005”*.
4. EX 07 Form – applications for temporary residence permit for self employment.
5. Certification or accreditation that applicant has the skills required for the practice of the profession when applicable and duly legalised.
6. Proof that the applicant has the financial investment needed to implement the project.
7. Project organisation or activity to be performed, indication the planned investment, expected profits and, where appropriate, which jobs might be created.
8. Reference of authorisations or licenses required for the installation, opening an operation of the proposed activity or practice of the profession, showing the status of procedures, including where appropriate, the certification of application to the agencies concerned.
9. In the event that the Autonomous Community (Comunidad Autónoma) has no competence transferred, the fees for the Temporary Residence Permit Self-Employed have to be paid at the Consulate (Form EX 790-062).
The above documentation should be sent to the relevant authorities in Spain in the province where you would like to work and reside. If the decision is favorable to your applications, you will be notified. Within one month of notification you must apply for your visa in person at the Consulate. All documents must be provided and scanned on a single pen drive. This process takes around six months.

B. REQUIREMENTS FOR VISA APPLICATIONS
10. Two National Visa Application forms duly filled in and signed by the applicant.
11. Two recent color photos with White background, 3’5 cm x 4’5 cm.
12. Original Passport and a copy, valid for at least 4 months from submission of application.
13. Police clearance from countries of residence for the last 5 years *.
14. Medical certificate: The applicant must be accredited to “not suffer from any diseases that can have serious health consequences in accordance with the provisions of the International Health Regulations 2005”*.
15. Copy of residence and work authorization notified, with the proof of having paid the fee for the residence permit and granted self-employment (Form EX07 and 790-062).
This type of visa requires permission from the Spanish authorities so they cannot be granted immediately. The process takes a period of three months. If granted, you will be contacted and the visa must be collected in person at this Consulate General within one month of notification. Granted the visa, you must enter Spanish territory within its validity. Remember to get your passport stamped at the post of entry. Within one month of entry into Spain, you must apply for a foreign identity card at Oficina de Extranjería.
*Must be legalized by means of a Hague Apostil Certificate and translated into Spanish.

RELOCATING TO SPAIN AS A RETIREE? (NON LUCRATIVE VISA)

1 Two copies of National Visa Application Form duly filled and signed by the applicant.
2. Two recent colour photos with white background, 3´5 cm x 4´5 cm.
3. Original passport, valid for at least 1 year from submission of application.
4. Police Clearance from countries of residence for the last 5 years*.
5. Medical certificate: The applicant must be accredited to not suffer from any diseases that can have serious health consequences in accordance with the provisions of the International Health Regulations 2005.”*.
6. Medical Insurance with an insurance company authorized to operate in Spain. *
7. Documents proving sufficient financial means for your living expenses and accommodation (2.151,36€ per month plus 537,84€ per each family member).
8. Form EX-.01: Non-Profit Temporary Residence Authorization Application Form.
9. Form 790-052. After the application and other documents have been submitted they will be sent to Spain.
This process can take up to 3 months. If application is accepted, the Spanish consulate will let you know.
You have to enter Spain within the period of validity of your visa.
Passport must be stamped on arrival.
Then we will prepare the application of your Foreigner Identity Card within 1 month of your arrival in Spain at Oficina de Extranjeros (FOREIGN DEPARTMENT AT THE POLICE STATION).

Contact us to get your 30 minutes free consultation and we will answer all your questions
Please note we work in any part of Spain independently of where you will be residing, including the Spanish islands.

DO YOU NEED A VISA BECAUSE YOU WILL BE WORKING FOR A COMPANY?

Seville, Spain skyline in the Old Quarter.

The Working Visa allows the holder to work as an employee for a company.

1. Two National Visa Application forms duly filled and signed by the applicant.
2. Two recent color photos with white background, 3´5 cm x 4´5 cm.
3. Original passport, valid for at least 4 months from submission of application.
4. Residence and Work Authorisation provided by the Spanish Government.
5. Copy of contract in connection with which the initial authorisation has been granted the temporary residence and work permit, stamped by the Foreign Office (Oficina de Extranjería).
6. Police Clearance from country of residence for the last 5 years*.
7. Medical certificate. The applicant must be accredited to not suffer from any diseases that can have serious health consequences in accordance with the provisions of the International Health Regulations 2005”*.
8. Within 1 month of entry into Spain, you must apply for a Foreigner Identity Card at Oficina de Extranjería.

* Must be legalised by Hague Apostil Certificate and translated into Spanish.

VISA FOR RESIDENCE AND WORKING VISA (FIXED TERM CONTRACT)

A visa to work under a fixed-term contract allows the holder to work for a specified time. Upon return to United Kingdom the applicant must come back to the Consulate to certify the return.
1. Two National Visa Application forms duly filled and signed by the applicant.
2. Two recent color photos with white background, 3´5 cm x 4´5 cm.
3. Original passport and copy, valid for at least 1 year from submission of application.
4. Copy of the resolution which authorized the applicant to reside and work granted by the Immigration Office or by the Ministry of Labor and Immigration in Spain.
5. Return engagement.
6. Contract of employment.
7. Copy of fees already paid (Form 760-62 or Form 990-062).
8. Administrative Request (EX-06)
9. Police Clearance from countries of residence for the last 5 years*.
10. Original Medical certificate stating that you “do not suffer illness that could be a risk for the Public General Health according to the International Health Regulations (2005)”*.

*.- Must be legalized by Hague Apostil Certificate and translated into Spanish.

RELOCATING TO SPAIN AS AN ENTREPRENEUR? (GOLDEN VISA)

This Law is aimed at investors, entrepreneurs, highly qualified professionals, researchers and workers that carry out intra-company transfers, as well as their spouses and children under 18 years old. The law provides for an acceleration of the process, establishing a general rule of a resolution period of 10 days for all visas included within the Law. The residency visa that can be issued under this law constitutes as a sufficient document to enable the holder to reside in Spain for a period of one year, without the need to obtain a foreign identity card. Renewal of residency can be carried out (even if there are absences of over six months per year) in the case of residency visas and authorizations for foreign investors or foreign workers that, carrying out their activities abroad, have their permanent base of operations in Spain.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Two National Visa Application forms duly filled and signed by the applicant.
  2. Two recent colour photos with white background, 3´5 cm x 4´5 cm.
  3. Original passport, valid for at least 1 year from date of submission of application.
  4. You must not illegally be on Spanish soil.
  5. You must be over 18 years old.
  6. You must not have a criminal record of crimes laid out in the Spanish Judicial Order, in Spain or in any country where you have lived for the past 5 years.
  7. You must not be barred from entering the territories of countries with which Spain has signed an agreement to this end.
  8. You must be covered by public or private health insurance, arranged through an insurance agency authorized to operate in Spain.
  9. You must have the necessary economic resources for yourself and for the members of your family during the period of residency in Spain (€2,151.36 each month for the applicant and €537.84 for each family member who you are providing for).
  10. You must pay the fee for processing the visa.

 

It is important to highlight that the opportunity to process the residency visa is extended to the spouse, and children who are under 18 years old, or who are adults but are not capable of providing for their own needs due to health conditions, when they are reunited with or accompany the applicant. Consequently, you can also apply for, jointly and simultaneously, or successively, a family residency visa, with previous accreditation of complying with the requirements above.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS IN A RESIDENCE VISA FOR THE ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY (RIV)

Foreigners who can prove the acquisition of property in Spain with an investment equal to or more than €500,000 can apply for this visa. As well as the general requirements established previously, the applicant must prove they have acquired the ownership of property with a Certificate of Ownership and Encumbrances from the Land Registry which should correspond to the property. If this certificate does not include the amount paid for the property, a Copy of the Deeds signed by a Notary must be provided where the amount is declared.

APPLYING FOR YOUR RESIDENCY IN SPAIN

The first step before you come to Spain is to obtain the following: 1) NIE certificate and 2) a Spanish Bank account. For both concepts we will need a specific power of attorney that you can sign in the UK. For its preparation, we will need scanned copy of passport, UK postal address, profession and civil status. We will send you steps to proceed and it’s a very straight forward process.

For the opening of the Spanish bank account, the bank will request copy of last tax return or P60, proof your NHS number and a utility bill.

First step. SPANISH CONSULATE

The visa will be approved for 3 months and you need to attend physically to the appointment once its approved: Once you have the visa, within the following month, the application of the permit should be filed in the police station in Spain. You don’t need to require any other visa. This TIE card permit is for 1 year to be renewed for another 2 years and then for 5 years (this is the last renewal).

SECOND STEP IN SPAIN FOR THE RESIDENCY PERMIT (once the visa is already obtained)

The requirements for the application of TIE CARDS once you have the VISA are:

. Registration in the town hall (By either renting a property or buying a property in Spain)

. Financial situation as above

. Private health cover for at least 1 year (we will organize this for you)

. Copy of passports and NIE certificates

. Forms X15 (we will organize this for you)

STUDENT VISA

1. National visa form complete, dated and signed. It can be downloaded free of charge on the website: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Consulados/LONDRES/en/Consulado/Documents/Solicitud%20nacional%20ES.pdf

2. Recent passport photograph with white background. Information on the requirements to be met by photographs can be found in the ICAO document. This Consulate does not accept digital retouching on identity photographs.

3. Valid passport for the entire duration of stay, with at least two blank pages. Photocopy of all passport pages.

4. Valid UK residence permit and photocopy. Only for non-UK Nationals. Visa applications submitted by non-residents who are in the UK on a C-Visit stay visa will not be accepted.

5. Specific documentation for each type of stay, where the start and end dates must be specified, as well as the contact details of each centre:

REQUISITOS VISADO DE ESTUDIANTE 8 / 10 MINISTERIO DE ASUNTOS EXTERIORES, UNIÓN EUROPEA Y COOPERACIÓN CONSULADO GENERAL DE ESPAÑA EN LONDRES

A) CONDUCTING OR EXTENDING STUDIES: Documents certifying that you have been admitted to an authorised educational establishment in Spain, for the completion of a complete programme, leading to a degree or certificate of studies. Proof of having paid the full tuition and document specifying the subjects of study and number of learning time (at least 20).
B) UNDERTAKE RESEARCH ACTIVITES OR EDUCATION: Documents proving the admission to an officially recognised establishment in Spain for carrying out research or educational activities. In the case of research activities, that establishment must be a University, a centre inside the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, or another public or private R&D institution.
C) PARTICIPATION IN A STUDENT MOBILITY PROGRAMME: Documents proving: – Have been admitted to a high school or an officially recognised scientific centre. – Have been admitted to a student mobility programme, carried out by an officially recognised organisation. – That the mobility organisation takes responsibility for the student during their stay, in particular for the cost of studies, living expenses and return to their country. – Be hosted by a family or institution, under the conditions set by law, which must be selected by the organisation responsible for the mobility programme.
D) UNDERTAKE OF AN UNPAID INTERNSHIP: Documents proving the admission to a public or private company or an officially recognised professional training centre and copy of the agreement signed with the public or private entity.
E) PROVISION OF A VOLUNTEER SERVICE: – Copy of the Agreement signed with the organisation in charge of the volunteer programme that includes a description of the activities and conditions to be carried out, schedule to follow and resources available to cover the trip, board and lodging. – Documentary proof of civil liability insurance.

6. Financial means required to cover the living expenses and return to their country, and, where appropriate, those of their family members, in accordance with the following amounts: – For their support, monthly, 100 % of the IPREM (Indicador Público de Renta de Efectos Múltiples), which in 2021 amounts to 564,90 €, unless it is duly proven that the accommodation has been paid in advance for the entire duration of the stay. – For the support of their family members in charge, monthly, for the first relative 75% of the IPREM, being 423,67 €, and for each of the additional family members 50% of the IPREM, being 282,45€, unless it is duly proven that the accommodation has been paid in advance for the entire duration of the stay. – For the purpose of ensuring such support, the amounts used or to be used to cover, where appropriate, the cost of studies, the mobility programme or unpaid internships will not be taken into account. These means can be justified by one or more of the following documents: g Letter from the university covering all the costs of accommodation and meals (often included in the letter of acceptance). g Proof of having obtained a scholarship for the specified time. g Notarised document of the applicant’s parents or legal guardians, assuming all the costs associated with their studies in Spain. In this case it is necessary to submit the birth certificate or legal custody (duly 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), passport of the parent or legal guardian, letter from their employer specifying qualification, starting date and remuneration, and 6 months of bank statements (originals and stamped by bank). g Proof of financial means with the submission of 6 months of bank statements (originals and stamped by bank).

7. In the case of underage students: – Birth certificate duly 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). – Notarised authorisation of parents or guardians for travel to Spain, with evidence of the person responsible for looking after the minor in Spain, residence address in Spain, name and address of the centre, organisation, or entity responsible for the school activity and period of the intended stay. Sworn translation into Spanish of all these documents is also required.

8. Medical insurance in the name of the applicant with a minimum international coverage of 30,000 € for the period of stay and repatriation clause in case of death.

9. Pay the relevant visa fee at the Consulate on the day your application is accepted. STAYS OF MORE THAN 180 DAYS In addition to the documents specified in points 1-9:

10. Certificate of criminal record (only in the case of persons over 18 years of age, criminal age in Spain) issued by the country or countries where the applicant has resided within the five years preceding the date of the visa application. It cannot be older than 3 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.

11. Medical certificate, issued no later than 3 months prior to the date of application, it must be formulated in the following terms or similarly: · If the medical certificate is issued in the United Kingdom: “This health certificate states that Mr./Mrs. (…) does not suffer from any of the diseases that may have serious public health repercussions in accordance with what is stipulated by the International Health Regulations of 2005” Certificates issued in the United Kingdom must be accompanied by a sworn translation into Spanish. · If the medical certificate is issued in Spain: “Este certificado médico acredita que el Sr./Sra. (…) no padece ninguna de las enfermedades que pueden tener repercusiones para la salud pública graves, de conformidad con lo dispuesto en el reglamento sanitario internacional de 2005” This Consulate does not provide information about medical centres that issue this certificate. The applicant may contact any public or private medical centre duly accredited in the territory of the United Kingdom or Spain. Medical certificates issued in countries other than the United Kingdom or Spain will not be accepted. These certificates must hold the Hague Apostille (except documents issued by Spain, which will not require to be legalised).

FAMILY REUNIFICATION UNDER GENERAL REGULATION VISA

When applying for a visa, you must submit a photocopy of all the original documents that you want to be returned to you at the end of the procedure.

1. National visa form complete, dated and signed. It can be downloaded free of charge on the website: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Consulados/LONDRES/en/Consulado/Documents/Solicitud%20nacional%20ES.pdf

2. Recent passport photograph with white background. Information on the requirements to be met by photographs can be found in the ICAO document. This Consulate does not accept digital retouching on identity photographs.
3. Valid passport or travel document, recognised as valid in Spain. It must have a minimum validity of the duration of the stay and at least two blank pages. Photocopy of all passport pages.
4. Valid UK residence permit and photocopy. Only for non-UK Nationals. Visa applications submitted by non-residents who are in the UK on a C-Visit stay visa will not be accepted.
5. Copy of the authorization letter notified to the person with whom the applicant wish to be reunited. The visa application must be filed at this Consulate within TWO MONTHS deadline from the date of notification of the authorization grant to the person with whom the applicant wish to be reunited.
6. Original documents proving family or kinship ties, or the existence of the common-low partnership, and, if applicable, the age and the legal dependence of the person with whom the applicant wish to be reunited, legalized and translated to Spanish by sworn translator. A photocopy of the documents must be provided as well.
7. Photocopy of the residence permit of the person with whom the applicant wish to be reunited.
8. In case of minors, if the application is not filed by one of the parents, notarized authorization for a representative, dully legalized or apostilled and translated to Spanish by sworn translator. In case of minor children of one of the spouses, documents proving that this spouse is the sole guardian. Photocopy of the documents must be provided as well.Actualizado 18/3/2021 Consulado General de España en Londres. REAGRUPACIÓN FAMILIAR EN RÉGIMEN GENERAL 6 / 6 MINISTERIO DE ASUNTOS EXTERIORES, UNIÓN EUROPEA Y COOPERACIÓN CONSULADO GENERAL DE ESPAÑA EN LONDRES
9. Certificate of criminal record (only in the case of persons over 18 years of age, criminal age in Spain) issued by the country or countries where the applicant has resided within the five years preceding the date of the visa application. It cannot be older than 3 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.
10. Medical certificate, issued no later than 3 months prior to the date of application, it must be formulated in the following terms or similarly: · If the medical certificate is issued in the United Kingdom: “This health certificate states that Mr./Mrs. (…) does not suffer from any of the diseases that may have serious public health repercussions in accordance with what is stipulated by the International Health Regulations of 2005” Certificates issued in the United Kingdom must be accompanied by a sworn translation into Spanish. · If the medical certificate is issued in Spain: “Este certificado médico acredita que el Sr./Sra. (…) no padece ninguna de las enfermedades que pueden tener repercusiones para la salud pública graves, de conformidad con lo dispuesto en el reglamento sanitario internacional de 2005” This Consulate does not provide information about medical centres that issue this certificate. The applicant may contact any public or private medical centre duly accredited in the territory of the United Kingdom or Spain. Medical certificates issued in countries other than the United Kingdom or Spain will not be accepted. These certificates must hold the Hague Apostille (except documents issued by Spain, which will not require to be legalised).
11. Pay the relevant visa fee at the Consulate on the day your application is accepted.

NOTICE: This information is intended to serve as a guide for visa applicants. While we try to make it as accurate and up-to-date as possible, Perez Legal Group does not assume any legal or other liability for its accuracy and refers to existing Schengen and national regulations.

After obtaining the visa, the applicant has one month from the date of entry into Spain, to process the TIE – Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero at the Immigration Office or Police Station for which we will help with the whole process.

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How to secure healthcare in Spain

All residents in Spain need to register to access healthcare and how you proceed depends on your situation.

UK-FUNDED HEALTHCARE: USING AN S1 FORM IN SPAIN

If you have a UK State Pension, you must request an application form by phone from the Overseas Healthcare Services. This is part of the NHS Business Services Authority (BSA).

NHS Overseas Healthcare Services
Telephone: +44 (0)191 218 1999
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm
Saturday, 9am to 3pm

Once you have your S1, you should get registered at your local INSS office

Once your registration has been processed, the INSS will send you a Spanish social security number by post. Take this to your local healthcare center to register and you’ll be given a medical card which you can use when you visit a doctor, hospital or pharmacy.
PLEASE NOTE THAT BY USING THE S1 FORM FOR SPAIN, YOU WILL loose YOUR NATIONAL HEALTH CARE COVER IN THE UK. Alternatively ask a quote to us for PRIVATE HEALTH CARE

GLOBAL HEALTH INSURANCE CARD (GHIC)

Brits who aren’t eligible for a new UK EHIC and aren’t Spanish residents but want to visit Spain temporarily will need to obtain a GHIC in order to access state healthcare during their stay.

With an EHIC or GHIC you can get medically necessary treatment in Spain on the same basis as a Spanish citizen. This means that you’ll get healthcare services for free or at a reduced cost.

Having an S1 form or an EHIC/ GHIC covers state healthcare, not private treatment, so to be fully covered you may consider taking out private health cover.

https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/healthcare-abroad/apply-for-a-free-uk-global-health-insurance-card-ghic/

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