The terms and conditions for obtaining residency in Spain depend on the type of residency permit that you are applying for. The main types of residency permits in Spain are:
- Temporary Residence: This permit is issued for a specific period of time, usually one year, and can be renewed. It is intended for people who will be living in Spain for a limited time, such as students, employees, or self-employed individuals.
- Permanent Residence: This permit is issued for an unlimited period of time and is intended for people who plan to live in Spain permanently. It can be obtained after five years of continuous legal residence in Spain.
- EU Long-Term Residence: This permit is intended for citizens of European Union (EU) member states who have lived in Spain for at least five years.
- Non-Lucrative Visa: This type of permit is intended for people who do not plan to work or carry out any economic activity in Spain. It is aimed at retirees, pensioners, investors, and other people who can demonstrate that they have sufficient financial means to support themselves without working.
- Golden Visa: This type of permit is intended for non-EU citizens who invest a significant amount of money in Spain, either by buying property, investing in a business, or making a deposit in a Spanish bank.
In order to obtain a residency permit in Spain, you will generally need to submit documentation such as proof of identity, proof of financial means, and proof of health insurance. You may also need to pass a background check and attend an interview.
It is advisable to consult with the Spanish Consulate or Embassy in your country or with a lawyer specialized in immigration law for more detailed information on the specific requirements for obtaining residency in Spain and the process to follow.
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