One of the effects of Brexit has been an increase in the demand for Spanish visas, which are now required for many British citizen who, as non-EU citizens, wish to study, work or live in Spain. While our firm does not provide immigration or visa application services and cannot advise on specific visa application requirements, we are often requested to assist with the legalisation (apostilling) and sworn translation of certain documents that applicants need to submit to the Spanish authorities as part of their visa application (e.g. birth and marriage certificates, ACRO certificates, medical certificates, etc.).
While this is a rather new process for British citizens and requirements can evolve, our Spanish department have identified a number of recurring issues that clients have encountered and we have prepared a short guide explaining some of the most common hurdles. We hope that these tips will help applicants achieve the legalisation and sworn translation of their documents without too much trouble, in a manner that is acceptable to the Spanish authorities.
Please have a look at the guide and do not forget to always check the complete list of requirements provided by the Spanish authorities for the type of visa you are applying. If you need help with the legalisation or sworn translation of your documents, do not hesitate to contact our team on firstname.lastname@example.org
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