Spanish Visa Routes

Explore the Spanish visa routes below to find the right one for you. Contact one of our visa specialists for more information.

Find the right Spanish visa routes for you

There are many Spanish visa routes that are open to applications from UK nationals. The ones mentioned here are some of the most popular that we assist with. If you’d like more information about one of these visas, or if you’re interested in a visa that is not listed on this page, please contact us to speak to one of our experts.

A sunny Spanish city you can retire to with a Spanish Golden Visa

Golden / Investor Visa

Golden Visas - otherwise known as Investor Visas - allow individuals to obtain full residency in Spain through financial investment. The Spanish Golden Visa allows individuals to live, work, and study in Spain. Necessary investment might include buying Spanish property (€500,000 or more), or simply depositing €1m in a Spanish bank.
Golden Visas allow individuals to obtain full residency in Spain through financial investment in the country.
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Man in front of the Santiago de Compostela after getting a non-working residence visa

Non-working Residence Visa

The Non-working Residence visa - formally the Non-lucrative Residence visa - allows you to live in Spain, provided that you do not carry out any paid work. The visa’s rules on working means that, to be eligible, you need to have sufficient means to live on. It’s particularly popular with retired people, and many expats who live in Spain choose this visa option.
The Non-working / Non-Lucrative Residence Visa allows you to live in Spain, provided that you do not work.
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Woman working on a laptop in Spain after getting an Employee Visa

Employee Visa

The Employee Visa is available for those who have been offered a job in Spain.
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Man working on a laptop outdoors in Spain through a Digital Nomad Visa

Digital Nomad Visa

The Digital Nomad Visa allows you to work remotely for a foreign business while living in Spain.
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Woman in Spain on an Entrepreneur Visa

Entrepreneur Visa

The Entrepreneur Visa allows individuals to undertake entrepreneurial activity in Spain - especially if the business is of particular economic interest for Spain. For an application to be successful, it must have a supporting business plan, market anaylsis, and financing information. Applicants must also provide a professional profile, including evidence of training and experience.
For individuals wishing to undertake entrepreneurial activities and run a business while in Spain.
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Man walking between buildings on a Spanish road after getting a Self-employed Work Visa

Self-Employed Work Visa

The Spanish Self-Employed Work Visa is intended for individuals who want to pursue self-employed work in Spain. The application process involves two stages: first, acquiring an initial residence permit and work permit for self-employment; and second, submitting a visa application after arriving in Spain.
For individuals wishing to undertake entrepreneurial activities and run a business while in Spain.
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Young woman with glasses in a yellow jumper working on a laptop in Spain on an Internship Visa whilst her employer watches her

Internship Visa

The Internship Visa allows students or recent graduates to live and work in Spain with the aim of improving their academic skills and knowledge.
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Young woman with a yellow backpack in an airport to go to Spain on a Study Visa

Study Visa

The Spanish Study Visa is an option for individuals who wish to do more than just study in Spain. The Study Visa allows individuals to study, train, complete internships, work as an au pair, and do voluntary work in the country - for durations exceeding 90 days. Stays of fewer than 90 days do not require a Study Visa.
The Study Visa allows individuals to study, complete internships, work as an au pair, and volunteer in Spain.
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