Expert lawyers in the digital nomad visa in Spain
The digital nomad visa is a residence permit that can be extended up to 5 years and that will allow non-EU citizens to live and work remotely from Spain.
Finally, foreigners who wish to move to Spain and keep working for a company abroad, or who have clients spread all around the globe, will find a residence permit that is perfectly tailored to their needs.
What is the digital nomad visa
The digital nomad visa in Spain, officially known as the Non-Lucrative Visa, is a special type of visa that allows individuals to live and work remotely in Spain for a period of up to one year. This visa was introduced in 2020 to attract digital nomads and other remote workers to Spain, as part of the country’s efforts to boost its economy and attract talented professionals.
Digital nomad visa requirements
To be eligible for the digital nomad visa in Spain, you must meet the following requirements:
- Have a remote job or be self-employed outside of Spain: You must have a stable source of income that is generated outside of Spain. This can be a remote job with a foreign company or your own business that is based outside of Spain.
- Proof of income: You must show proof that you have a stable income of at least €2,400 per month, either from your employer or your own business.
- Health insurance: You must have private health insurance that covers you during your stay in Spain.
- No criminal record: You must not have any criminal record in Spain or any other country where you have resided.
- Be a non-EU citizen: The digital nomad visa is only available to non-EU citizens.
- Not have previously stayed in Spain for more than 90 days: If you have previously stayed in Spain for more than 90 days, you may not be eligible for the digital nomad visa.
In addition to these requirements, you will also need to provide various documents such as a valid passport, a criminal record certificate, proof of income, and health insurance. The application process for the digital nomad visa in Spain can take several weeks, and it is recommended that you start the process well in advance of your planned arrival date.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions or you can write to our director of the International Desk, Mar Roman ( firstname.lastname@example.org ), an expert in this type of visa who has already processed more than 100 applications this year.