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Marla Bojorge winner of the 2019 Corporate Intl Magazine Global Award

for the following category:

"Corporate Immigration Law Firm of the Year in Spain - 2019

Publication 2021 , my chapter with a special paragraph

about Racism and Hate in Spain

The International Comparative Legal Guide - Corporate Immigration 2021, Spain

Corporate Immigration 2021-ICGL


You may buy my chapter or the complete book or read it here the online version in the web of the editorial


https://iclg.com/practice-areas/corporate-immigration-laws-and-regulations/spain




Publication 2021 Lexology Getting The Deal Through

My Chapter Spain, Corporate Immigration Law
If you want to read it, please write me an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to send a complimentary pdf version.
Best regards, Marla

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Publication 2020

Marla Bojorge Corporate Immigration 2020


Dear All,

This my chapter about Spain. You can read online for free or you can download my chapter as pdf , only paying if you want the hard book.

https://iclg.com/practice-areas/corporate-immigration-laws-and-regulations/spain



marla chapter


Dear Client,

This my chapter about Spain.

 Best regards,

Marla


Types of  Permits


-European Union Citizen Permit

-Business Visitor

-Tourist Visa and Letter of Invitation

-Visa Student

-Immigrant Visas for Alien

-Family Based Immigration

-Employment Based Immigrant Visas.

-Application for Validation of Degree

-Documents you need


DOCUMENTS you need:

-If you are EU national

-Non EU family members






Documents you need

Updated : 08/2010

EU nationals

If you are an EU national , you do not need to show your national ID card or passport when you are travelling from one EU country to another.

The passport-free Schengen area includes:

Austria

Hungary

Norway

Belgium

Iceland

Poland

Czech Republic

Italy

Portugal

Denmark

Latvia

Slovakia

Estonia

Liechtenstein

Slovenia

Finland

Lithuania

Spain

France

Luxembourg

Sweden

Germany

Malta

Switzerland

Greece

Netherlands


You must still show a valid ID card or passport when travelling to or from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom. Though part of the EU, these countries do not belong to the passport-free Schengen area.

It is always best to take a passport or ID card with you when travelling around the passport-free Schengen area. Even though you do not need to show it at the border, there may be other occasions when you need to prove your identity - when stopped by a police officer or boarding a plane, for 

instance.

Please note that the only valid ID is the one delivered by national authorities. Driving licences, post, bank or tax cards are not accepted as valid travel documents or proof of identity.

Sample story

Lars is Swedish and is going on holidays to Spain. He took with him his bank ID card –accepted in Sweden as a proof of identity. However, Lars could get into trouble in case of a control of his identity by Spanish authorities since only the official ID cards or passports delivered in Sweden by the police are recognised as valid travel documents.

Check valid ID cards and passports by country



Do they a need a visa?

If you are an EU national but your family members are not, they can accompany or join you in another EU country. They must carry a valid passport at all times and, depending on the country where they are from, they may also be required to show an entry visa at the border.

Your non-EU spouse, (grand)parents or (grand)children do not need to get a visa from the country they are travelling to if:

  • that country is in the Schengen area (see list below) and they have a residence permit or visa from another Schengen country,

    or
  • they are travelling with you or travelling to join you and have a residence card issued by an EU country (except the country you are a national of). The residence card should clearly state that the holder is a family member of an EU national.

Countries in the Schengen area

Austria

Hungary

Norway

Belgium

Iceland

Poland

Czech Republic

Italy

Portugal

Denmark

Latvia

Slovakia

Estonia

Liechtenstein

Slovenia

Finland

Lithuania

Spain

France

Luxembourg

Sweden

Germany

Malta

Switzerland

Greece

Netherlands



Your registered partner and extended family - siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles, and so on – can ask the authorities in an EU country to officially recognise them as family members of an EU national. If they obtain recognition, they won't need a visa to enter that country – they will receive the same treatment as your spouse, parents and children.

EU countries do not have to recognise registered partners and extended family as your family members but they do at least have to consider the request.

To avoid problems, contact the consulate or embassy of the country to which you are travelling well in advance to find out which documents your non-EU family member will be asked to present at the border. This will help to avoid unpleasant situations such as non-EU family members being refused entry because they do not have the required documents.

Be aware that some countries may fail to apply EU law correctly and your non-EU family members may be denied some of their rights, as described here.




TYPES:

-Changing from Nonimmigrant to Immigrant (Permanent Resident).
-All types of Visas.
-Dual Citizenship.
-Acquiring Spanish Nationality.
-Application for Validation of European Union Degree
-European Union Citizen Permit
-Application for an exemption from a Mandatory Job Permit
-Business Visitor
-Tourist Visa and Letter of Invitation
-Student Visa
-Immigrant Visas for Investor, Athletes, Professors and Research Scholars, Specialist, Managers ---Director, Executives ,Entertainers, Foreigners with Extraordinary Ability
-Family Based Immigration
-Employment
-Based Immigrant Visas
-Changing status from Non immigrant to Immigrant (Temporary or Permanent Resident)-BLUE CARD
-All types of Visas


Travel to Spain? if your Country is listed below, then you need a visa

Paises que necesitan visa para visitar España



AFGANISTÁN        

ANGOLA

ARABIA SAUDÍ

ARGELIA

ARMENIA            

AZERBAIYÁN

BAHRAIN

BANGLADESH

BELARÚS

BELICE

BENIN

BHUTÁN

BIRMANIA/MYANMAR

BOLIVIA

BOTSWANA

BURKINA FASO

BURUNDI

CABO VERDE

CAMBOYA

CAMERÚN

CHAD

CHINA

COLOMBIA

COMORAS

CONGO

COREA  NORTE

COSTA DE MARFIL

CUBA

DJIBOUTI

DOMINICA

ECUADOR

EGIPTO

EMIRATOS ARABES UNIDOS

ERITREA

ETIOPÍA

FILIPINAS

FIJI

GABON

GAMBIA

GEORGIA

GHANA

GRANADA

GUINEA

GUINEA BISSAU

GUINEA ECUATORIAL

GUYANA

HAITÍ

INDIA

INDONESIA

IRÁN

IRAQ

JAMAICA

JORDANIA

KAZAJSTÁN

KENIA

KIRGUISTÁN

KIRIBATI

KUWAIT

LAOS

LESOTO

LÍBANO

LIBERIA

LIBIA

MADAGASCAR

MALAWI

MALDIVAS

MALI

MARRUECOS

MARSHALL ISLAS)

MAURITANIA

MICRONESIA

MOLDOVA

MONGOLIA

MOZAMBIQUE

NAMIBIA

NAURU

NEPAL

NÍGER

NIGERIA

OMÁN

PAKISTÁN

PALAU

PAPUA N. GUINEA

PERÚ

QATAR

REP. CENTROAFRICANA

REP. D. DEL CONGO

REP. DOMINICANA

RUSIA

RWANDA

SALOMÓN (ISLAS)

SAMOA

S.VICENTE Y

GRANADINAS

SANTA LUCÍA

STO. TOMÉ PRÍNCIPE

SENEGAL

SIERRA LEONA

SIRIA

SOMALIA

SRI  LANKA

SUDÁFRICA

SUDÁN

SURINAME

SWAZILANDIA

TAILANDIA

TANZANIA

TAYIKISTÁN

TIMOR ORIENTAL

TOGO

TONGA

TRINIDAD  TOBAGO

TÚNEZ

TURKMENISTÁN

TURQUÍA

TUVALU

UCRANIA

UGANDA

UZBEKISTÁN

VANUATU

VIETNAM

YEMEN

ZAMBIA

ZIMBABWE

  • Application, process, expedition, and renewal of Residency Cards.
  • Application of Recognition of Titles of the European Union.
  • Application for Stay Visa for Students and Foreign Researchers.
  • Application for the extension of the stay.
  • Application for initial temporary residency.
  • Application for Visa/Residency Permit/ Foreign ID Card.
  • Application of Renewal Temporary Residency Permit.
  • Application for Temporary Residency in virtue of family regrouping.
  • Application for renewal of residency permit in virtue of family regrouping.
  • Application for Temporary Residency in extraordinary cases.
  • Application for permanent residency.
  • Application for initial residency and work  permits via employment through a company.
  • Application for the renewal of residency and work permits via employment through a company.
  • Application of temporary residency and work in the field of transnational lending of services.
  • Application for the exception to the obligation to have a work permit.
  • Application for permits for cross-border workers.
  • Some cases of sanctioning proceedings
  • Application of certification of non-university academic titles.
  • Application for the certification of university titles.
  • Applications of postgraduate titles and degrees.
  • Application for driving Licenses.
  • Application for the recognition of foreign resolutions.
  • Application for the recognition of foreign documents
  • Application for the recognition of titles from the European Union





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