Spain work visa, do you want to live and work in Spain? then you need to get your work visa. Apply for work permit Spain online with us. There are four different ways through which you can apply for the work permit in Spain. While EU citizens do not need a work permit, most non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens will need a work permit to work in Spain, but there are some exceptions, such as family members of people who already have a work visa or scientists or researchers who have come to work on a specific project. Spain work visa application online.
Work as an Employee (Highly-skilled)
To work in Spain as a highly-skilled employee, non-EU citizens need to find a job which is listed as a ‘Shortage Occupation’. This is a job for which there is a lack of suitable candidates within the EU. The employer must then request a Work Visa from the Ministry of Labor. Work permit applications can take up to 8 months to process so forward planning is needed. But the good news is that we do expedited processing withing 1 week. Once the Ministry of Labor has approved the application, the embassy or consulate issue the work and residence visa.
Spain Work Visa for Seasonal Workers
The process of obtaining a Work Visa for Seasonal Workers is similar to the process for highly-skilled workers. Employers need to apply for the visa on the worker’s behalf from the Ministry of Labor. In addition to this process, seasonal workers need to demonstrate they have suitable accommodation arranged, their travel costs are covered, and that they will return to their country once the job has finished. The visas are valid for the duration of the work contract.
Apply for the EU Blue Card online
The EU Blue Card is for people who spent at least 3 years completing a higher education qualification which allows them to work as a skilled professional. But with recent updates from the government, we are ale to process EU Blue card for individuals who wish to live and work in Spain. People who have a minimum of 5 years’ professional experience at a high level are also eligible.
A work contract that includes a salary which is at least 50% more than the average wage in Spain (or at least 20% more if the skills are in demand) is a requirement. Once approved, the worker also needs to apply for a visa from a Spanish embassy or consulate in their home country. Blue cards are valid for one year but can be renewed as long as the conditions are still met. For more information and advice on Spanish immigration law and Spain visa applications please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org