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Everybody requires a visa in order to enter Spain unless you belong to one of the following countries:
  • Iceland
  • Norway
  • Switzerland
  • Any country member of the European Union (EU)
To register with the police in case you were staying over 90 days was a requirement; fortunately for many visitors that requirement has been canceled.

You can visit Spain without a visa for no more than 90 days if you belong to one of the following countries/cities:

Anguilla
Andorra
Bulgaria
Hong Kong
Israel
Monaco
Singapore
San Marino
Turks & Caicos Is.
Venezuela
  Australia
Argentina
Chile
Macao
Korean Rep.
New Zealand
Montserrat
St. Helena
Virgin Islands
USA
  Brazil
Bermuda
Croatia
Japan
Malaysia
Panama
Nicaragua
Caiman Islands
Uruguay
  Brunei
British National Overseas
Guatemala
Liechtenstein
Mexico
Romania
Paraguay
Falklands Islands
Vatican City

If your travel Documents have been issued under the Geneva Convention of 1951 you may access the country as well without a visa, these countries are:
Belgium
Liechtenstein
Sweden
  Cyprus
Luxemburg
Switzerland
  Denmark
Norway
UK
  Iceland
Germany
  Ireland
Netherlands

If you are required to get a visa in order to enter Spain, you will find the following information very useful:

Documents:

The following documents will be required upon visa application:
  • Visa Application form.
  • Valid passport.
  • Copy of passport.
  • Two passport-sized photographs.
  • Return ticket.
  • Bank Statement
  • Copy of Bank Statement
  • Travel details
  • Reference letter from work or school
  • Visa Fee
You will not get a visa in Spain as you arrive so you need to apply for one before your visit. The cost of a visa is of 60 Euros, and must be paid in a Spanish embassy/consulate. Regardless of your visa approved or denied the fee will not be refunded. Children under 6 years of age are not charged, and if you are a US citizen your dependants and spouse will not be charged either.

Once granted with the visa you will have to go through immigration control at the immigration posts in Japan upon arrival.

Requirements may vary depending on the type of visa you are applying for and the nationality of the applicant.

Embassy contact information:

- Spanish Embassies


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