Entry requirements to Spain
If you are going to move to Spain with Orlando International Moving, take in consideration the entry requirements to Spain. Keep in mind that the most important things to enter Spanish territory are a valid passport and/or a visa. The passport must be valid for at least six months after your departure and must be issued within the last 10 years. The countries of the European Union only need an identity document or a passport to enter Spain. This excludes the countries of United Kingdom, which although are part of the European Union are not within the Schengen visa agreement, so they must enter with a valid passport. Any minor child must be always accompanied by an adult to enter Spain.
Foreigners from countries that are not part of the European Union or Schengen Agreement must enter Spain with a valid visa. If a foreigner has a visa from any of the other Schengen states they are free to move around Schengen countries without any issues. Foreigners with a Schengen visa cannot be more than 90 days in the Schengen territory, since they will become illegal and can be deported. To obtain this type of visa all European countries have their own requirements. Spain requires that the person requesting the visa demonstrates economic capacity to be visit the country, and that they are good citizens who would not be a threat to the country.
Having a valid passport or visa does not guarantee entry into Spain. It is possible that there are other types of documents that must be presented when entering the country such as, an invitation letter or a reservation of a hotel or even the return ticket. This situation can happened on a randomly based or if immigration notices something is not right. If you are planning an international moving for work reasons, always keep in mind to carry with you all the documents. These documents must confirm your status for labor and work reasons, such as letter from the company your visiting, or a convention/trade show registration or any kind of document proving your business relationship with a local organization.