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How to Apply: Schengen Visa

How to Apply: Embassy Registration

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: Schengen Visa

What you need to know

  • With this visa you can stay in Spain and Schengen Zone for a maximum of 90 days within 180 days

  • With the Spain Schengen Visa you can do tourism, short courses, receive medical treatment, and do business activities that don't involve any payment

  • We advise applying for this visa at least two months ahead to avoid any delays

Last updated: April 2024

We currently don't offer this visa, but you can find more information on the Spain Embassy website.

Join our waitlist to be notified as soon as we offer this visa.

If you plan on visiting Spain, ensure all your travel documents are in order before your trip, including applying for a Spain Schengen Visa.

Continue reading for more info!

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What is the Spain Schengen Visa?

The Spain Schengen Visa is one of the most widely used visas for visiting Spain and the rest of the Schengen Area.

With the Spain Schengen Visa, you can visit all Schengen countries:

Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Spain, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Spain has to be where you will spend the most time during your visit to the Schengen Zone.

What can I do with the Spanish Schengen Visa?

  • Tourism

  • Visit family and friends

  • Attend business meetings, conferences, or do other business activities

  • Do a short recreational course or play sports

What can't I do with a Spanish Schengen Visa?

  • Carry out remunerated business (paid work)

  • Receive medical treatment

  • Marry or register a civil partnership

  • Study for an extended period or do a traineeship

Who must apply for the Spain Schengen Visa?

Most visitors must apply for a Spain Schengen Visa.

Children and minors are also required to apply for a Schengen Visa to visit Spain if they come from an eligible country.

Both residents from the European Union and nationals of Schengen countries have the privilege of traveling visa-free within the Schengen Zone.

The following passport holders can also visit the Schengen zone without a visa:

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Canada

How long can I stay with the Spain Schengen Visa?

You can visit Spain and the Schengen zone for up to 90 days within 180 days. If you do not exceed the cumulative 90 days, you can travel between any Schengen country as often as you like.

You can apply for a multiple-entry visa, but the Spanish authorities decide if you receive a single-, double-, or multiple-entry visa.

Can I extend my Spain Schengen Visa?

It is usuallu not possible to extend the validity of a Schengen Visa. Only under exceptional circumstances are you permitted to stay longer in the country than your visa allows, such as a medical emergency.

Which documents do I need to apply for the Spain Schengen Visa?

Here are some of the travel documents you'll need:

  • Visa application form: You’ll be given a more concise and easy version when applying with us! The form should be correctly and honestly filled out, printed, and signed

  • Two photographs: Taken within the last three months

  • Valid passport: Check your passport if it’s been issued within the past 10 years, if it’s valid for at least 6 months beyond the planned arrival date in the Schengen Zone, and has at least 2 blank pages for visa stamps

  • Travel itinerary: Including a copy of your return flight

  • Proof of accommodation: You must show where you plan to stay, such as hotel reservations or a letter from family members residing in Spain

  • Financial statements: Bank statements or salary slips demonstrating that you have sufficient financial means to pay for your entire trip.

  • Medical insurance: With minimum coverage of €30,000 in the entire Schengen Zone for emergency medical treatment and repatriation

  • Minors applying for a Schengen visa must provide their birth certificate and written consent from their parents or legal guardians

Those who meet these basic requirements should have no problem getting their Spain Schengen Visa applications approved.

How to apply for the Spain Schengen visa online with us

To get the Spain Schengen Visa fast and efficiently, follow the steps on the Spanish Embassy website in your country.

How much does the Spain Schengen Visa cost, and how long does it take?

The government fee of about US$85 must be paid at the Visa Application Centre or consulate (half-price for children between the ages of 6 and 12 and free for kids under 6 years old).

Once your application is submitted and the interview is done, the government can take, on average, 45 days to process.

Do I need the Spanish Schengen Visa if I’m transiting through the country?

Yes, you need a transit visa for Spain if you're from an eligible country.

There are two transit visa categories:

  1. Airport Transit Schengen Visa

  2. Transit Schengen Visa for Seafarers

Check with your nearest Spanish Embassy about the requirements for a Transit Visa.

Entry requirements and restrictions in Spain

COVID-19 testing, vaccination, or quarantine are currently not required to enter the Schengen Zone and Spain.

Where can I learn more?

We're here to help you with questions about the Spain Schengen Visa application process.

Our dedicated online team of customer service agents is available via online chat or WhatsApp.

Questions?

There are different categories of Spanish Visas for various traveling purposes. There are five main types, though not all are as common as others:

  • Type A (Airport Transit Visa): This visa type does not apply to most travelers, but may be issued to citizens of a select number of countries. This allows them to transit through a Spanish airport.

  • Type C: The C-type visa has three categories, single entry, double entry, or multiple entry. Each visa type allows you to stay up to 90 days per entry within a 180-day period.

  1. Single-entry: A Type C single-entry visa allows the visa holder to enter the Schengen zone once for a period of up to 90 days. After leaving the zone, they are not permitted to reenter.

  2. Double-entry: A Type C double-entry visa allows you to enter the Schengen zone twice. The two visits must be shorter than 90 days over 180 days.

  3. Multiple entries: A Type C multiple entry visa lets visitors enter the Schengen area as much as they like, as long as all the visits adhere to the 90/180 rule. Multiple entry visas can be valid for between one and five years. The government will decide this during the application process.

  • Type D: A Type D Schengen visa is a less common visa and is a temporary residence permit. It is issued to travelers who want to stay in a Schengen state for more extended periods for a single purpose, such as temporary work or study.

Longer programs may require a Spain study visa or work permits. This temporary residence permit may be valid for up to 12 months. Find more information on the Spanish government website.

Proper planning and preparation for your Spanish Schengen Visa interview can significantly affect the outcome of your application.

When applying for your visa through us, you'll receive a comprehensive guide on how to schedule an appointment and how to prepare for the interview.

Here are some important tips to remember:

  1. Collect the necessary documents: Ensure you have all the required documents and information for your visa application. We provide a detailed list of the required documents during the application process.

  2. Practice for the interview: The interview allows the consular officer to learn more about your travel plans and intentions. Prepare to answer questions about your itinerary, accommodation, purpose of travel, and ties to your home country. Be honest and concise in your responses.

  3. Dress appropriately: It is essential to dress appropriately for the interview. Avoid wearing anything too casual or revealing. Smart casual attire, such as a neat shirt and jeans, would suffice.

  4. Arrive early: It is always better to arrive at the embassy or consulate early to avoid any unexpected delays. Being late for your appointment may negatively impact your application.

  5. Be respectful: The interview is a formal process, and it is essential to be polite and courteous to the consular officer. Answer questions clearly and honestly and avoid becoming angry or raising your voice.

For more tips and information, read our ultimate Schengen Visa interview guide.

Sometimes it can take up to 45 days after your interview appointment. Interview slots can be limited. For that reason we recommend you apply 2 months in advance for this visa to avoid any delays.
Yes, you can! The Spain Schengen Visa allows you to visit Spain and all other countries in the Schengen area.
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