Our wealth visa service is for the individual who wants to immigrate to Spain and has sufficient funds to live in Spain without working.
The key to obtaining this type of visa rests on being able to prove that you have sufficient means to live in Spain, in one of two ways:
Other documents required for this visa are a police clearance certificate and a medical certificate.
With a wealth visa, you may not be employed by a Spanish company -- that is, receive a Spanish payslip -- for the first year in Spain.
Family members of the visa holder may obtain derivative status that allows them to live and attend school in Spain. Visa extensions are generally unlimited as long as you can continue to show sufficient means.
I'm British living in Spain. With the Brexit vote, what do you recommend regarding immigration?
Does the money need to be in a bank in Spain?
How long does the process take?
How does the visa process work?
Once I have residency in Spain, how long before I can apply to become a Spanish citizen?
If I have to present the application myself at the Embassy, why hire an immigration lawyer?
Is there a visa for professional athletes or artists?
I'm British living in Spain. With the Brexit vote, what do you recommend regarding immigration? Depending on negotiations down the road, in a few years, you may need to decide whether to remain a British citizen or become a Spanish citizen. If you know you will be living out your years in Spain, you may want to start the paperwork now. Otherwise, you might as well wait to see how the negotiations turn out. Does the money need to be in a bank in Spain? No. In showing that you have enough money to live on in Spain, the money may be in a financial institution in any country. What is important is that the account is in your name. How long does the process take? From the time the application is delivered to the Embassy to the time you receive the decision, it takes on average one month. Is there a visa for professional athletes or artists?
Yes, There is a special work permit for the professional athlete or artist in public performances.