When applying for a short-stay visa, the health insurance must cover not only the entire Spanish territory, but also all other Schengen Member States. It should cover any unforeseen incident or illness with a minimum of €30,000, including repatriation for medical reasons or in the event of death. In addition, it must be organized for at least 7 days, even if you plan to stay less than that, that is, two days. * You need the additional document, you can submit it Monday, Wednesday or Friday, without appointment, between 10:00 and 12:00. It is necessary to submit the original and photocopy with the date of receipt of the application. If you are planning to apply for a visa to Spain for a short or long stay, the best thing you can do to get started is to learn the documents you need. 3. Participate in the Spanish visa interview with the required documents. Appointments can be made while completing an online application. Select “Service at the counter” as your delivery method. When submitting a visa application, the consulate will issue the applicant with proof of receipt of the application with a code allowing him to check the status of the file via the following link: sutramiteconsular.maec.es/Home.aspx “Dear applicant, since June 7, 2021, we accept all types of applications for short-stay visas for SPAIN, GREECE and SLOVENIA” Important – EU family members have the right to: Contact the consulate/embassy directly to process their visa application.
We no longer provide paper copies of visa or passport forms. If a visa is refused: You will receive a visa refusal letter and your passport (the application with the original and a copy of the documents must be kept at the Embassy of Spain in Seoul). In addition, the applicant may submit a request for reconsideration to that consulate within 1 month from the date of receipt of the notification of refusal. An application for judicial review may also be submitted to the judge of the Supreme Court of Madrid within 2 months from the day following the day on which the applicant receives the notification of the refusal of a visa or the rejection of the request for reconsideration. Candidates may download the forms in English for translation purposes only. If the visa is approved, you will receive a visa sticker included in your passport and the original documents from the Embassy of Spain in Seoul. The processing of personal data of visa applicants is carried out in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. You will also need to make a copy of all passport pages that contain information: the two main pages with your contact details and the pages with visa stickers and stamps. Once visa forms and supporting documents have been sent to the Mission, you will not be able to make any changes to your application. Please contact the relevant mission by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to change the type of submission. You can also contact our live chat support team via our website in the app portal. * The Spanish visa application form must be completed in full and signed by the visa applicant.
A separate Spanish visa application form is required for each applicant. The length of your visa-free stay in Spain depends on your nationality. If you hold one of the following passports, you can enter Spain without a visa and stay there for up to 90 days: The Spanish embassy/consulate in your country of residence asks you to prove your identity, background and purpose of entering Spain. You must do this by submitting several documents required for a Spanish visa. The visa is requested in person and, in the case of minors, with their parents or guardians. The documents required for a Spanish visa are at the heart of your application. On this basis and during the visa interview, the Spanish consulate in your country of residence will decide on your application. Note that there are two types of visa application forms for Spain. One is for short-stay visas, and another form is for long-term visa applications. Fill in the desired one, print it twice and sign it at the end.
If you want to visit Spain for a holiday, exploration or sightseeing, you must apply for a tourist visa for Spain before traveling to the country. Once the visa application has begun, it will be available online for a period of 14 days for visa applications and 21 days for passport applications so that you can retrieve and modify it before submission. Check your passport before applying. Note that it must be valid for three months after your departure from Spain. It should also have at least one blank page so that the consulate can put the visa sticker inside. For counterclaims, applicants must submit their forms and supporting documents in person at the Embassy. Third-country nationals need a national visa if they are staying in Spain for more than 90 days (in any 180-day period) to work, study or establish residence. They also need a national visa if they move to Spain to work for a period of less than 90 days. In the case of postal applications, applicants must submit paper copies of their application with their supporting documents, including proof of payment of return costs. Once processing is complete, your passport and documents will be sent to you. The Mission cannot be held responsible for the loss of passports sent by mail or courier.
Applicants who have missed their deadline may request a postponement based on availability by sending an email to the relevant submission office in email@example.com and providing the correct reference number, full name, date and time of preference for a new appointment (subject to availability). You can also contact our live chat support team via our website in the app portal. For minors (under 18 years of age), the application form must be signed by both parents. Photocopies of both parents` passports, certified by the notary, must be attached. If parents do not have a passport, they must present an official ID with signatures. The consulate may ask the applicant to provide the missing documents or to provide additional documents or data necessary to decide on the application. The candidate may also be invited to a personal interview. You must take out travel medical insurance and present this proof to the competent Spanish authorities for the approval of visa applications in your country of residence.
Applicants are now required to complete, print, sign and post their application entirely online, or (by appointment) bring it to the counter of the responsible processing office. Another requirement to apply for a visa for Spain is to prove to the Spanish authorities where you will be staying during your stay in Spain. As proof of accommodation, the following may be presented: As part of your Spanish visa application, you must submit certain mandatory documents required to support your case (choose a visa) Citizens of the European Union or countries of the European Economic Area or Switzerland do not need a visa to establish residence in Spain or for long-term studies or to work. However, once they are in Spain, they must be registered in the register of EU citizens. Family members accompanying them and enjoying the right to freedom of movement must apply for a residence permit in Spain. If they need a residence visa because of their nationality, they must apply for a visa for family members of an EU citizen (see section “Visas for family members of an EU citizen”). Dates are subject to availability. The selected date is not guaranteed until the application is submitted. The legal deadline for taking a decision is 15 working days from the day following the date of submission of the application, but may be extended if an interview or additional documents are requested.