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How to Apply: Digital Nomad Visa

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Complete our user-friendly online application in just 20 minutes, or feel free to take breaks and return at your convenience.

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Move closer to an approved visa with our team of iVisa Experts, who not only review your answers but also provide you with the necessary tools to prepare.

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Make use of our feedback and free templates to confidently submit accurate information, and experience a surprisingly stress-free process!

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Once government-approved, your visa will be ready for collection, marking the start of your travels.

How to Apply: Embassy Registration

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Travel Safely

Your embassy will assist you if an emergency (eg. Natural disasters, civil unrest, etc) occur

Why Register with the Embassy

Travel Registration is a service provided by the government. This service allows you to record information about your upcoming trip abroad to the Department of State so it can be used to assist you in case of an emergency. People residing abroad can also get routine information from their nearest embassy or consulate if registered.

Required Information to Apply

Once You Have Registered With Your Embassy Or Consulate, You Will Need To Update Your Data If:

  • your contact details change,
  • your civil status changes,
  • you are going back to your home country.

Learn More: Digital Nomad Visa

What you need to know

  • The Spain Digital Nomad Visa is for foreigners looking to work remotely for a non-Spanish company or for themselves, using online tools.

  • It is valid for 1 year. Once you're in Spain, you can apply for a th3ree-year residency. If necessary, you can extend it for 2 more years.

  • Allowed activities: Live and work remotely in Spain.

  • To begin, apply online with us. We'll help you make sure everything is right. Once your application is ready, we'll process it to the government. All you’ll need to do is attend an appointment to drop off your documents, and then wait for your visa to be approved!

Apply for the Spain Digital Nomad Visa from the comfort of your home!

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What is the Spain Digital Nomad Visa?

  • The Spain Digital Nomad Visa lets you live in Spain as a resident while working remotely for a company or as self-employed, all for an employer based outside of Spain, using only online communication.

If you're self-employed, you can work for a company in Spain, but it shouldn't exceed 20% of your total work. Additionally, you need either an undergraduate or postgraduate degree from a reputable university, college, or business school, or a minimum of 3 years of work experience in your field.

To apply for this visa, make sure your passport remains valid for at least 6 months after the visa expiration and has 2 blank pages.

How long is the Spain Digital Nomad Visa valid for?

This visa is valid for 1 year. After arriving, you can apply for a three-year permit, extendable to five years in total.

What can I do with the Spain Digital Nomad Visa?

With this visa, you’re allowed to;

  • Work in Spain for a company located outside of Spain.
  • Reside in the country for only 1 year.

What can’t I do with the Spain Digital Nomad Visa?

Keep in mind that you can’t;

  • Work for a Spanish company.
  • Work for longer than 1 year.

How to apply with iVisa?

  • Step 1: Fill out the first section of the visa application form.
  • Step 2. Pay the processing and visa fees securely online using a debit or credit card, Venmo, or PayPal.
  • Step 3.After payment is done, you’ll need to complete the remaining sections of your application form with the help of our manual guide.
  • Step 4: Once we review your application, we’ll submit it to the government and let you know if you need to attend a mandatory appointment. Don’t worry if you do, we’ll guide you with what to do, what to avoid, and what to bring when the time comes.
  • Step 5: When you arrive in Spain, you need to apply for a Foreigner's Identity Number (NIE) and Tax Identification Number (NIF).

For NIE, you'll need your passport with the visa, 3 passport photos, a completed application form, proof of your address in Spain, and payment proof of the administration fee.

For NIF, provide a completed application form, a valid passport, proof of residency, and your tax number from your home country.

Start your application now!

What are the requirements to apply for the Spain Digital Nomad Visa?

If you’re wanting to work remotely in Spain, you’ll have to apply for a digital nomad visa.

To qualify, you need to:

  • Have at least one year of remote work experience.
  • Be self-employed with global clients from various online sources outside Spain.
  • Work for companies based outside Spain or, if freelancing, have a minimum of one client.
  • Maintain a clear criminal record and demonstrate eligibility for entry into Spain.
  • Possess health insurance with comprehensive coverage in Spain.
  • Provide evidence of your professional experience and technical expertise.
  • If working for a foreign company, show proof of a minimum three-month tenure.
  • Not have been a resident of Spain in the past five years.
  • Demonstrate a monthly income of €2,334 or an annual income of €28,000.

To see if you’re eligible, you can go to the iVisa website.

Benefits of getting your Visa with iVisa

  • Easy application: Complete our online application in just 20 minutes with step-by-step guidance.

  • Flexible pace: Boost your approval odds by taking your time; save and return whenever convenient.

  • Government-compliant support: We assist you through the entire process, ensuring compliance with government rules.

  • Comprehensive guidance: Get step-by-step guides, tips for tricky questions, a document checklist, and interview preparation support if needed.

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What will the Spain Digital Nomad Visa cost me?

The Spain Digital Nomad Visa application fee is 80 EUR. Additional charges may apply for translation, apostille, and a clear criminal record certificate. Please note that your last payment will be for the NIE, which is about €20.

Can I extend my Spain Digital Nomad Visa?

The Spain Digital Nomad Visa is valid for 1 year. Once you're in Spain, you can apply for a 3-year residency. If necessary, you can extend it for 2 more years, making it a total of 5 years.

Have you got more questions?

Reach out to our customer support team or email us at [email protected] for 24/7 assistance. Alternatively, you’re welcome to visit our FAQs below.


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A digital nomad is someone who works online and can live and travel anywhere they want. They use technology to do their job from different places around the world.
Applying with iVisa will take you no more than 20 minutes.
Sometimes the government requests extra documents after you've completed your application, however for the application, you’ll only need to provide a:
  • Color photo, taken in the last 6 months.
  • Passport scan.

Most applicants will need to attend a mandatory appointment at the Spanish Embassy of their country

We recommend applying early for your visa as the appointment wait times vary by location, season, and visa category.

If you need to attend an appointment, we'll guide you through every document required and how to access it. Required documents usually include:
  1. Signed visa application form.
  2. Recent passport-size photo.
  3. Valid passport.
  4. Criminal record certificate, and a responsible statement.
  5. Proof of residence.
  6. Identity and capacity proof of representative (only applicable if the visa is requested through a representative).
  7. Proof of payment for the Visa fee.
  8. Health insurance certificate from an authorized company, covering all risks insured by the Spanish public health system.
  9. Remote work authorization for employed, or contractual details for self-employed.
  10. Certificate from Mercantile Registry: A document with important information about a company, such as when it was officially formed, where it is located, who the directors are, and other important details.
  11. Responsible declaration committing to social security obligations.
  12. For employed: Proof of application for registration of the company in the Spanish Social Security and proof of the affiliation of the worker to the Social Security.
  13. For self-employed: proof of affiliation to RETA.
  14. Documentation proving economic resources: a) Teleworker: Monthly amount equivalent to 200% of the minimum interprofessional wage (SMI). b) Family members: At least 75% of SMI for the first person and 25% for each additional member.
  15. Proof of degree or professional experience.
  16. If it's unclear whether your vocational training degree is recognized in Spain, you may need to check with the education authorities to confirm its equivalence. This ensures that your qualification meets the standards set by the Spanish education system.
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