Student Visa for Spain
- Completely filled National Visa Application Form with recent passport size photograph pasted on it.
- A valid passport for the time period of your stay.
- A confirmation letter from the Spanish university indicating which course you are signed up for, how many hours and for how long.
- You have to show proof of your financial means for the period of stay in Spain. Evidences can include a letter from your educational institution stating educational and living expenses have been paid for in advance. You can also show a notarized letter of parents/custodians, assuming financial responsibility during your stay in Spain.
- For international students, proof of medical/accidental Insurance with international coverage is compulsory. You will need to show written confirmation from insurance company of valid health/accidental insurance with full international coverage in Spain.
- In case you are staying for more than 6 months, you will need to show a Medical Statement indicating that you are free of any of the illnesses that may have serious public consequences
- If the applicant is staying over 6 months, he/she need to show Police clearance certificates (for any country of residence during last 5 years)
- Non-refundable visa processing fee.
- In case, the applicant is below 18 years of age, a notarized authorization from both parents and a copy of the applicant’s birth certificate showing parents' names is compulsory.
- In case there is someone in Spain who is sponsoring your education, you have to present signed statement of responsibility, a photocopy of the identity card of the sponsor, and proof of sufficient financial assets to provide the promised support.
- If you are arranging financial support from abroad, you have to produce an evidence of the opening of a bank account into which the necessary funds will be deposited and a written commitment from your sponsor.
- In case your government is providing financial support for your education and stay in Spain, you have to present a letter from government regarding the funding.
- If you are getting scholarship under any scheme funded by Spanish Government, you have to show the scholarship certificate.
- As evidences of funds, you can use cash, traveler's cheque, bank drafts or a recognized credit card.
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