What is a Non-Lucrative Visa?
A Spanish non-Lucrative visa is a visa that allows you and your family to live in Spain but not to work for Spanish companies, The most essential requirement to get this visa is having enough financial means to support yourself without the need to get a job in Spain.
The most important requirement for a Non-Lucrative Visa in Spain is having enough financial means, Having enough money in your bank account. The official minimum amount of money you must have to get this residence permit is 4 times of the current year IPREM, the IPREAM in 2021 is 564.90 € (12*564.90 € = 6778.90 €) so the minimum money in your bank account you should have is 27,115.02 € ( As per 20-06-2021 its 23,84,328.25 in Indian rupees) but it is as well recommended to have at least more some 5000 € from the minimum mentioned so in the end to start the process you need at least 32,115.02 € (28,23,994.61 Indian Rupees)
Documents you need to prepare before you apply for the Non-Lucrative Visa in Spain
|1.||Application for National Visa duly filled in/ printed online and signed by the applicant in blue ballpoint ink. Three photocopies of the duly filled application form.|
|2.||Four recent photographs (35-45 mm) not more than six months old, of the applicant with white background, must be affixed on each application form.|
|3.||Applicable visa fee|
|4.||For sustenance during the residence period in Spain, a monthly amount of 400% of IPREM (27.115,2 -€)|
|5.||Form EX-01 (Authorización de residencia temporal no lucrativa); One photocopy of the form must be attached.|
|6.||Form Modelo-790 (Codigo 052); One photocopy of the form must be attached.|
|7.||Police clearance certificate issued by the competent authorities of the country. The document must be issued within the last three months, at the time of submission, and must bear the stamp of Apostille of Hague (if applicable) or the due legalizations. Two photocopies of this document must be attached.|
|10.||Translation of Criminal record clearance certificate into Spanish by a sworn translator “traductor jurado”.|
|11.||Medical Certificate issued by a registered medical practitioner stating that “the applicant is not suffering from any disease that can have repercussions any on the public health in accordance with the International Sanitary Act 2005”. This document must be issued within the last three months, at the time of submission, and must bear the stamp of Apostille of Hague. Two photocopies of this document must be attached.|
|12.||Medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 30000 Euros issued by an insurance company that is authorized to operate in
|13.||One photocopy of the bank draft / Bank Certificate|
|14.||Passport with at least two blank pages, which should be valid for at least one year at the time of submission of the application. Two photocopies of all the pages of the present passport must be submitted.|
|15.||Birth Certificate issued by the competent authorities of the country. The document must be issued within the last three months, at the time of submission and must bear the stamp of Apostille of Hague (if you are able to get it)|
|15.||Death Certificate issued by the competent authorities of the country. The document must be issued within the last three months, at the time of submission and must bear the stamp of Apostille of Hague|
Once you acquire the required visa application documents, Most of the documents should be translated into Spanish by a translation service that’s recognized by Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which will put an official stamp on your translations.
The documents that need translation are:
- Police records
- Health certificate
- Personal statement
- Financial documentation of sufficient periodic income
- Medical insurance
Link to the official website
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Processing time of the application: 3-4 weeks (it can take less or more depending on the authorities). This checklist is open, as the authorities can request extra evidence for the application.
Legalizations And Sworn Translations: (Applicable for marriage certificates, birth certificates, death certificates, medical certificates, police clearance certificates)
Note 1: Documents issued by Indian authorities must bear the stamp of Apostille of Hague. This stamp is issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, India. All these documents must be, then, translated into Spanish by a sworn translator “traductor jurado” only. Note 2: All documents must be submitted in originals and copies.