A visitor who wants to enter Spain as a tourist requires a short term visa. This short term visa is also known as Schengen (tourist) visa. It is issued to a visitor who wants to visit Spain for the purpose of sightseeing or pleasure trips. The Schengen visa is valid for all the European states that are part of the Schengen agreement, including Spain. With the Schengen visa a … [Read more...]
Officially referred to as the Kingdom of Spain, a good part of the country of Spain lies in Europe’s the Iberian Peninsula. The diversity in culture and geography is seen in all the 17 autonomous regions in Spain. Madrid the Capital city of Spain has the Prado museum and the Royal Palace which are known for their magnificent architecture done by some of the masters in Europe.
The Sagrada Familia church built by Antoni Gaudi is another architectural wonder that lies in Barcelona the capital of Catalonia. The famous Alcazar, a medieval castle and an aqueduct built by the Romans lies in Segovia. It’s no wonder that this country is a famous tourist destination.
A foreign student who wishes to do a course which is above 90 days requires a long-term student visa to do so. A duly filled and signed visa application, along with a valid passport, proof of admission in one of Spain’s educational institutions, proof of payment of fees, a medical certificate, good character records, a valid bank statement, and a health insurance are necessary for getting a student visa.
Travelers who wish to travel to Spain can do it using a Schengen visa. An application form that is filled along with a valid passport and all the supporting documents are required to be submitted to get a visa.
Any foreign student who wants to stay and study in Spain for a period of more than 90 days will have to obtain a long term Student Visa. This visa is granted to those students who have already been accepted for admission by a recognized educational institute in Spain. The student visa is applicable for studying, carrying out research, participating in student exchanges, … [Read more...]