Seamless Spain Immigration: Your Gateway to New Beginnings
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Europe is the second smallest continent and home to the world’s largest church, St. Peter’s Basilica. The Louvre is Europe's most visited tourist attraction.

Spain homes two of the liveliest cities in southern Europe. Madrid and Barcelona are prominent for their culture scene, eccentric food, beautiful art, museums, and impressive shopping selections. Barcelona is the smaller of the two cities but remains the more popular city to tourists seeking to visit famous places like the Cathedral of Sagrada Familia and the Park of Antonio Gaudi. There are a number of reasons why individuals immigrate to Spain; the weather, health benefits, the cost of living, investment, and the value of money, are the top reasons for relocating.

The visas through which you can immigrate to Spain are listed below.

The Family Reunification Visa allows family members to enter Spain, granting residence and work permits. An individual wishing to stay with a partner or relative for a time exceedingly longer than three months would have to apply for a Category D Family Reunion Visa along with a temporary residence permit. Family members (spouse / civil partner, minor children under 18 years old, parents older than 65) are allowed to visit for up to ninety days. If an individual is visiting longer than ninety days, the family members must apply for a residence card.

Long-Stay Visa

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Spain and stay for a period of up to 90 days for tourist or business purposes. For long-stay purposes (visits longer than ninety days), the applicant must obtain the Long-Stay visa that will need to be renewed every six months. The visa for long-stay will need to be for employment purposes, self-employment, non-lucrative (retirement), or as a student.

U.S. citizen after living in Spain for five uninterrupted years may obtain permanent residency.

The Golden Visa (Type-O Visa)

The Golden Visa allows an applicant entry for a residency permit by investing. Investment may include purchasing real property or making a lump sum deposit. The type of property may be a home or commercial unit (i.e., apartment, condo, home, commercial property, or land).

The individual must commit to at least 500,000 EUR of the acquisition of the real property. Or, investments in a company or a deposit into a Spanish bank must be at least 1,000,000 EUR.

An individual may invest in a new business if it will create employment opportunities for Spanish citizens, contribute to innovation in the fields of science or technology, and make a significant socio-economic impact.

– Must be at least 18 years old

– Obtain Valid Health Insurance in Spain

– Financially capable to support self and any family members

– Clean criminal history

– No rejected Schengen Visas

Our global mobility department of Direct U.S. Immigration enables aspiring foreign nationals to immigrate to Spain. Whether you want to start your business in Spain or reunite with your family, we provide expert supervision and application procedures in all. 



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