If you have a Spanish Schengen business visa, you can travel to Spain and carry out unpaid business activities. Participate in internal audits, meetings, conferences, training courses, and other similar professional activities in Spain.
Eligibility for a Spanish Business Visa
• To enter the country on a visa, you must meet the following requirements:
• Your reason for visiting the country must be genuine and honest.
• You must have enough money to cover your expenses and the expenses of any dependents you have.
• Strong ties to home country and likely to desire a second visit
• You must have a good personality and no criminal record. This may require the presentation of a PCC (Police Clearance Certificate).
• You must at least fulfill the basic standards set by the authorities in this regard.
• It is necessary to get a valid invitation from the country you are trading with or from a legal company having its headquarters there.
• An original, genuine, and valid passport must be presented at least six months before the intended stay. It must not be torn, cracked, ripped, or otherwise damaged.
• Completely filled visa.
• Two 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm color passport photos on a white background.
• Your airline ticket that confirms your itinerary and indicates your intention to return to your country of origin.
• Your travel insurance, which demonstrates the funds that have been set aside for accidents and injuries.
• Bank statement with sufficient funds and payment slips to confirm that you can maintain your residency in the country.
• An Income Tax Returns showing the taxes you have paid to the government as a responsible tax-payer.
• A letter of employment or invitation from the company stating the position held and the company’s contact information.
• A Documentation describing the visit’s goals and employment.
• A duplicate of the entire passport.
• Proof of health insurance.
How Nile Can Help You?
• A complete review of your own personal, financial and professional history
• Contact your employer for the required documents
• The advice of a Spain immigration specialist
• Detailed document checklist for sponsors and applicants (if available)
• Careful preparation of all communications with authorities
• Expert advice on how to behave during an interview (if any)
• The preparation of your visa application with attention and precision
• Submission of visa application to relevant government authorities