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The Spanish passport is now classed amongst the most powerful in the world and allows its holders to travel visa-free, to the majority of the
The new digital Entry/Exit System (ESS) into the Schengen Area, which will replace passport stamping, has been postponed. The original date of its launch, May
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Portugal has confirmed it is no-longer accepting applications for the Golden-Visa scheme and that it is now terminated. Local media has reported that applications to
The Spanish government approves exchange of driving licences for UK nationals who reside in Spain. By order of the Spanish chief of traffic: After more
The EU plans a system which will no longer stamp passports of third-country nationals who enter Schengen
A new digitised Entry/Exit system is to be introduced in the Schengen Area which will no-longer require passports to be stamped in order to record
The government of Spain has taken the decision that face masks will no longer be compulsory on public transport in Spain from 08th February 2023.
The Non-Lucrative Spain Residency Permit is for applicants who wish to retire in Spain, or for those that are able to conduct their business remotely with Spainish Residency and their Residency in Spain.
To obtain Residency in Spain this permit requires proof of receiving a regular income anywhere in the world either from a business activity, corporate dividends or interest on investments. It does not allow the applicant to officially work in Spain.
The Investor-Residency , or as some call it the Golden Visa, is for applicants who wish to benefit from the advantages of being a resident in Spain and yet not be classed as a resident for tax purposes. This permit requires an investment of at least 500.000€ in Spanish property (one or several), per applicant. Provided the first €500,000 of the property value is unencumbered. It is also possible to apply by depositing €1,000,000 in a Spanish bank account.
The Self-Employed Residency Permit is for applicants who wish to start a business in Spain. This permit allows the applicant to officially work and reside in Spain, leading to Spanish Citizenhip through their Residency in Spain.
This visa permits highly qualified non-residents of Spain to work remotely for non-Spanish companies, while living in Spain as a digital-nomad.