The Covid 19 ´State Of Alarm´ / ´Lockdown´ ended in Spain - 09 May 2021.
What is the legal status and how does this affect Spanish immigration procedures?
As of 20 April 2022 Spain entered a phase where the public is free to circulate without a facemask with social distancing of 1.5 meters is maintained.
The use of a facemask is still obligatory however in the doctors, hospitals, pharmacies* and in residencies for the elderly*.
At current, all visitors to Spain, are free to enter, regardless of their country of origin or travel.
Recognised and accepted vaccines for Covid-19 are currently:
- Astra Zenica
Click-here to see details on the introduction of the Covid-Passport for travel within Europe and Spain.
The following is to be continued to be legally adheared with, within Spanish territory:
- Obligatory use of face-masks at the doctors, hospitals*, pharmacies* and in residencies for the elderly*
- Social distancing of 1.5 meters should be maintained
Continued Measures Below:
At current, all visitors are free to enter Spain, regardless of their country of origin or travel. There are currently no requirements to demonstrate documetation of vaccination upon entry.
In Spain the recognised and accepted vaccines are:
- Astra Zenica
At current, it is free to circulate in Spain without a facemask but the use of a facemask is still obligatory in hospitals, in pharmacies and in residencies for the elderly.
As of 07/02/2023 the obligatory use of face-masks in all public transport in Spain is no longer required.
Social distancing of 1.5 meters should be mainted where possible.
We are pleased to confirm a complete residency service from the Spanish government which permits the full process of residency applications in Spain.
We continue our uninterrupted service to our customers while maintaining the safety and well-being of our staff. To ensure that our team remains healthy and fully functional, we have done the following:
100% ready infrastructure
Our business infrastructure reamains fully prepared for our staf to work-remotely or from-our-offices, where we can attend our clients to the best of our ability.
Our Continued Service
Our operations run as normal and as they were, if not beter, prior to the Covid-19 pandemic situation, and as we have done for over 18-years.
You can rely on our continued service during these new and changing times.
Travel to Spain is now open, and residency applications can be made as normal.
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