Spain Business Visa
You would need to apply for a business permit if you want to visit Spain for business purposes. A businessman may use this permit to travel to Spain for business purposes such as company meetings, job interviews, or partnership meetings.
You will have to apply for a 90-day short-stay permit that’s valid in all Schengen states in order to stay in Spain.
- To visit the country, you must have a valid reason.
- You must have enough money to support yourself and any dependents during your stay.
- You must have strong links to your home country, enabling you to return home after your stay is completed.
- You must have a clean criminal record and a decent reputation.
- A valid invitation from a legitimate company in the country with which you are doing business is needed.
Spain investment residency
In 2013, Spain introduced the scheme wherein a €500,000 real estate investment would secure family residency. Every 2 years, the Spanish investor residency may be renewed. After 5 years, permanent residency is possible. After 10 years, citizenship is possible. To keep and renew the residency permit it’s not mandatory to live in Spain.
What's the duration of stay of the Spain business permit?
The Spain business permit is valid for 90 days in any 180-day period. This means that in any 180-day cycle, the total length of stay can’t exceed 90 days. You can access the Schengen region only once with a single-entry permit. A two-entry or multiple-entry permit allows more than one entry.
How soon should I apply?
You can apply for a business permit in Spain only 90 days before your departure date. Since some forms of travel purposes can take longer than normal to process, we suggest that you apply at least 20 working days before the date you wish to depart.
What’s the processing time?
The processing time for a Spain business permit varies from 10 to 15 days in the Spain Embassy/Consulate. It’s determined by a number of factors and is subject to change at the discretion of the consulate.
What's the cover letter required in the permit application?
The Spain business permit cover letter is a letter that summarizes your plan to travel to a Schengen member country. Explain the following in your cover letter:
- The intention of your trip
- When and where you intend to travel
- How your trip will be financed
- Your trip’s day-by-day itinerary
- The length of the trip
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