This document covers the residence visas created by Law 14/2013, dated 27 September, of support to entrepreneurs and their internationalization.
The visas regulated in this Law are the following:
Applicant must be above 18 years old.
Schengen National Visa application form & 2 photographs: application completed and signed; passport size recent photo, clearly showing the face, the forehead hairline and ears on a white background.
Passport original and photocopy valid for a minimum of three months from the date of completion of the stay in the Schengen territory, with at least two blank pages available to start the visa.
Singaporean IC: PR & re-entry permit / EP / S-Pass.
Medical insurance: public health insurance and private contracted with an insurance company which is licensed to operate in Spain.
Criminal record certificate for the past five years issued by the authorities of the countries, where the applicant has resided for the past five years showing that the applicant is free from criminal records. The certificate shall be valid for a period of three months after the date of issue. If the country is not Singapore the certificate must be legalized by the Spanish Consulate/Embassy in that country.
Visa fee: 95.40 S$ to be paid upon application. Cash only.
Financial guarantee: the applicant must demonstrate for the next two years:
8.1. An amount of 2.130 € monthly for the main applicant.
8.2. Plus a further 532 € for each dependant person under the applicant’s charge (each applicant’s family member applying for residence visa).
To prove financial guarantee: provide (original and photocopy): savings accounts/current account bank statements (up to last 12 months) / bank deposits/ etc. YOUR NAME as account holder HAS TO BE STATED in every document.
Applicant’s family members must request a:
9.1.- Each family member must present a separate application and a separate set of required documents.
9.2.- Family members entitled to apply for this kind of visa:
- Children under 18 years
- Children over 18 who are objectively unable to provide their own needs due to their state of health.
9.3.- Requirements number 2 to number 7 mentioned above. NOTE: criminal records certificate for children only over 14 years.
9.4.- For spouse: authenticated birth certificate; if the country is not Singapore the certificate must be legalized by the Spanish Consulate in that country. If the certificate is in a language other than English or Spanish it must be translated into Spanish or English and the translation must be certified by the Spanish Consulate in the country of origin.
9.5.- For children: authenticated birth certificate; if the country is not Singapore the certificate must be legalized by the Spanish Consulate in that country. If the certificate is in a language other than English or Spanish it must be translated into Spanish or English and the translation must be certified by the Spanish Consulate in the country of origin.