Where can I renew my Spanish passport in Canada?
Consulate of Spain in Toronto / Spanish Embassy Toronto
- 2 Bloor St East, Suite 1201, Toronto, M4W 1A8, Canada.
- (+1) 416 977 1661/3923.
Does Spain have an Embassy in Canada?
The main Spanish embassy in Canada is located in Ottawa, the capital city. Elsewhere there are 7 consulates in various cities including Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto. Canadians can currently enter Spain with only their passports for periods of up to 90 days.
How do I contact Spain Embassy?
Spanish Embassy in Washington, D.C., United States
- 2375 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. Washington, D.C. 20037. United States.
- (+1) (202) 728 23 40. (+1) (202) 452-0100.
- (+1) (202) 833 56 70.
- [email protected].
- Santiago Cabanas Ansorena, Ambassador.
Can a Canadian retire in Spain?
Long-Stay Visa (visado nacionale) The long-stay visa grants you temporary residence in the country. It also allows expats to work, study, retire or live in Spain. The long-stay visa is indefinite and renewable annually. In order to renew this visa, you’ll need to spend at least six months per year in Spain.
Do Canadians need a visa for Spain?
Spain is a Schengen area country. Canadian citizens do not need a visa for travel to countries within the Schengen area. However, visa-free travel only applies to stays of up to 90 days in any 180-day period. Stays are cumulative and include visits to any Schengen area country.
When I can renew my Spanish passport?
Renewing or replacing a passport in Spain Five years for those under 30 when the passport was issued. Ten years for those 30 and above when the passport was issued.
Can you live in Spain with a Canadian passport?
Due to strict immigration, visitors who are non-EU citizens are only entitled to stay in Spain for a maximum of 90 days. In order to stay longer than the 90 days, a Canadian citizen can choose to apply for a non-lucrative visa or a Golden visa.
Can I get citizenship in Spain if my grandfather was born there?
One way in which you may be eligible for Spanish citizenship is through descent – that is, if your family heritage is Spanish. This can include a Spanish parent, grandparents or great-grandparents, and means that your right to apply is based on jus sanguinis (the right of blood).