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SPAIN GOLDEN VISA - RESIDENCE PERMIT BY INVESTMENT IN 2020

Spain Golden Visa Programme

Spain Golden Visa Programme - Background

On 27th September 2013, the Spanish Government passed a law to encourage High Net Worth Individuals, who are non-EU nationals to invest in Spain for Residency purposes, Law 14/2013 to support Entrepreneurs and globalization. The new law allows for High Net Worth Immigration to Spain for Investors who purchase a property, with an investment of €500,000 Euros or more to apply for a Residency visa.

The Residency Permit grants the right to reside and work in Spain, as well as travel in Europe (Schengen Area). Contact VisaConnect's specialist Consultants, together with our partner Spanish Lawyers, in 2020, for advice and assistance with your Spain Golden Residence Visa to obtain a Residency Permit in Spain!

Why Invest in Spain Business or Property?

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Spain Golden Visa - Investment Requirements

Spain Golden Visa for Residence

To be eligible for the Golden Visa for Spain (Spanish Residency by Investment Programme), the applicant must meet at least one of the categories listed below:

Benefits of the Spain Residence Permit

Spain Residence Permit Card

Outlined below are the benefits of obtaining the Spain Residence Permit though Investment:

Supporting Documents for a Spain Golden Visa

Spain Immigration Lawyers- Golden Visa

Outlined below are the supporting documents that must be provided to the Spanish Immigration Office for the Spain Golden Residence Permit:

1. Passports - of the main applicant and all family members

2. Negative Certificate of Criminal Record – legalized and translated, issued by the country or countries of residence of the applicant during the last 5 years

3. Health Insurance

4. Foreigner ID Number (NIE)

5. Financial capacity – evidence of funds

6. Application form – completion of visa application form and attached photo

7. Application fee – payment of application fee

8. Accreditation of Compliance with Visa requirements - If the Investment involves the Real Estate investment of €500,000 Euros, then the Applicant must prove that the Property is free of charges and encumbrances, evidenced by providing a Certificate of Ownership or provide evidence of Pending Registration

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