How is the visa process?

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Al contemplar la opci贸n de estudiar en el extranjero, y en especial en Espa帽a, una de las principales preocupaciones es c贸mo, cu谩ndo y d贸nde poder tramitar su visa de estudiante. Si alguna vez has tenido estas mismas dudas, te explicaremos todo lo que necesitas saber sobre este tr谩mite.

When considering studying abroad in Spain, applying for a student visa may seem overwhelming. However, this article will guide you through the process by explaining the necessary documents for two types of visas: for stays of less than 180 days and for courses longer than 180 days. It is important to note that you should request an appointment with the Consulate General of Spain in your country and pay the required fee at least three months before traveling to Spain.

Two types of visas:

A. For stays of less than 180 days

1. National visa form

2. Signed Data Protection Clause

3. Original passport and copy

4. Passport size color photograph

5. Document that proves solvency

a. Original scholarship grant document

b. Letter of commitment and identification of parents if they will pay6. Admission letter from institution

B. For courses longer than 180 days

1. National visa form

2. Signed Data Protection Clause

3. Original passport and copy

4. Document that proves solvency

a. Original scholarship grant documentb. Last three statements of account or payrollc. Letter of commitment and identification of parents if they will pay

5. Public or private health insurance policy

6. Admission letter from institution

7. Medical certificate

8. Certificate of non-criminal record

II. Additional information

A. Pay the fee required by the Consulate General for visa issuance

B. This visa does not allow you to work in Spain, but you can do an internship with permission

C. You can change the student visa to a work visa after three years, finished studies, employment contract, and professional preparation

D. For stays longer than 180 days, apply for a Foreigner's Identity Card (TIE)

Applying for a student visa in Spain does not have to be a daunting task. With the information provided, you can prepare the necessary documents and schedule an appointment at the Consulate General of Spain in your country with confidence. Remember to plan ahead and allow enough time for the process to be completed before your trip.

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