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Spain with adoption of the euro in 2002 became one of the influential and largest economies in World. The country is known for its Bull fighting, tomato fighting, wine, cheese and art. With abundant quantity of natural resources, agriculture and fisheries, Spain is one of the biggest exporter in world.

Spain's addition to European Union in 1986 forced the country to open its economy to export/import and foreign investment, industrial base enhancement, infrastructure development and also to revise its economic legislation to conform to EU guidelines.

  • Developing economy
  • Sufficient housing infrastructure
  • Jobs in diverse sector
  • Social security benefits
  • Free public education
  • World class health care facilities
Benefits of Settling in Spain:

Settle in this beautiful country with an awesome culture and mouth-watering cuisine. Along with this Spain's robust market and buoyant economy is a major attraction for migrants.

  • Abundant housing infrastructure
  • High-quality education
  • Friendly people
  • Awesome tradition and cuisine
  • Moderate climate
  • World class public transportation
Job Market:

Spain is an agricultural country; in fact it is the largest producer of wine and olives. With steady modernization of the society and industries, Spain is now dependent on various industries and sectors. Service sector of Spain contributes to 70% of total GDP. Madrid, Asturias, Catalonia, Valladolid and Valencia are some of the cities to look for when searching for a job. Booming industries in Spain are

  • Automotive industry
  • Tourism
  • Information & communication technology
  • Finance & accounting
  • Fertilizers
  • Chemicals
  • Biotechnology
  • Manufacturing
  • Textiles
  • Metals and metal manufacturers
  • Medical equipment
Settling in Spain:

Spain grants 2 kinds of Visas for your visit/work or settlement in Spain.

Short Stay Visa:

Short Stay visa permits foreigners, who do not hold a residence permit, to remain in Spain for 90 days which can be continuous or interrupted. Transit visas authorizes the duration as per the period of stay needed for transit.

Some of the requirements for short term visa are:

  • Valid Passport
  • Duly completed visa application form
  • Health and travel insurance
  • Financial statement
Resident Visas:

This visa permits the citizens from other countries to stay in Spain for more than 90 days. This visa can be utilized for job search, retirement or business related purposes.

Spain Visas

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