Getting a Spanish Non-Lucrative Residence Visa
Living in abroad is a dream for many of us but the options are limited when it comes to residency permits. Luckily Spain has a great option for people who do not intend to work here but rather retire or even experience a year or two living in these sunny lands.
Renting an apartment while on a non-lucrative visa
In an earlier article we explained the requirements to rent an apartment in Barcelona. If you read it though you might have noticed that neither of the options apply to you if you are in Spain on a non-lucrative visa.
How to apply for the Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero (TIE)
TIE (Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero) is your residency permit card for the remainder of your stay in Spain. After getting your visa you may have seen that it’s only valid for 90 days from your stated arrival date. This is because you need to finish the complete process of registration when you arrive in here.
Documentation required to rent an apartment in Barcelona
So you have finally found your an apartment that you really like and you want to know if you are eligible to rent it? Depending on your situation, this is a list of the documents that you will need to prove your solvency in order to be able to rent an apartment in Barcelona.
Finding an apartment to rent in Barcelona
So you are finally moving to Spain to either work, study or simply retire and are looking for an apartment?
How to open a bank account in Barcelona
One of the first things you will need to do once moving to Barcelona or anywhere for that matter is to open a bank account.