Any European can live and work in Spain merely by registering with the police and applying for the resident NIE certificate. Any non-European who wishes to live and work in Spain for more than the tourist visa of 90 days, must apply for a residency and work permit.
There are different Spanish visas available based on your purpose of travel. Find the details below.
If you intend to travel to Spain for leisure, sightseeing, a vacation, or to see family or friends, you must apply for a Spain Tourist visa.
You should apply for a Spain business visa if you need to travel to Spain to attend business-related events.
You must apply for a Spain student visa if you wish to enroll in a course of study that will last longer than three months.
EEA/EU Dependent Visa:
You should apply for this visa if you are a dependent (spouse or kid under 18) of an EU, EEA, or Swiss citizen.
Spain diplomatic visa:
You are eligible to apply for this visa if you have a diplomatic passport issued by your nation.
For those who want to get medical care in Spain, a medical visa is required.
Work Permit Visa:
Anyone who meets the requirements and wants to work in Spain must apply for this visa.
Au Pair Visa for Spain:
If you are working for a family in Spain, you may be eligible to apply for this visa.