How long can second home owners stay in Spain?

How long can I stay in my second home in Spain?

You will be allowed to spend up to 90 days in Spain, and then you must leave the country. You will not be able to return until 180 days have passed since your date of entry into Spain (or Schengen). However, you can divide the 90-day period into two (45 days each) and spend each of them in Spain during the 180 days.

How can second home owners spend more than 90 days in Spain?

The Non-Lucrative Visa

This visa is normally granted for one year – and allows the applicant to spend more than 90 days at a time within Spain (and the wider EU).

How can British second home owners spend more than 90 days in Spain after Brexit?

Assuming the 90-day rule applies, the way non-residents can spend more time here is likely to be by obtaining a visa. If you are not a citizen of the EU, EEA or Switzerland (as those who only have UK passports will not be in 2021), you may need to obtain a long term visa (D Visa).

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Can I travel to Spain to maintain my second home?

The easiest route to visiting your second home in Spain is if you currently already live in the EU; because Spain has adopted EU recommendations, there are no restrictions for travellers entering Spain from other EU/EEA countries.

Can you have dual residency in Spain and UK?

You Can Only Be a Resident of a Single Nation

In fact, even before Brexit it wasn’t legally and officially possible to reside in both countries (though many people didn’t register as residents of Spain to enable them to do so).

How can I stay more than 90 days in Spain?

If you are a non-EEA national (including British) and wish to stay in Spain for longer than 90 days, you will need a visa. You should apply for the visa that suits your purpose from a Spanish Consulate in your home country.

How can I spend longer than 90 days in Spain?

That’s because the EU’s immigration requirements are very clear: as a non-EU passport holder you can spend 90 days living in a European country with your spouse without a visa, but then you must apply for either a residency card or a visa, depending on the length and purpose of your stay.

How can I spend more than 3 months in Spain?

Within 30 days of arriving in Spain, all non-EU/EEA and Swiss citizens who want to stay for longer than three months must apply for a residence card/permit (Tarjeta de Residencia or TIE). You have to apply at the Foreigner’s Office (Oficina de Extranjeros) or police station in the province where you’re living.

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Can I own a property in Spain after Brexit?

Whether you are an EU citizen or not, you still have the right to buy property in Spain after Brexit. The costs of buying a property remain the same whatever your nationality and, broadly speaking, include purchase tax, a Notary’s fee, a property registry fee and your lawyer’s fees amongst other miscellaneous expenses.

Can I have a second home in Spain after Brexit?

Can I buy a house in Spain after Brexit? Foreigners can buy a property in Spain regardless of their nationality. British buyers should not face added difficulties buying a house in Spain after the UK leaves the EU. Spanish law regarding the purchase of property does not differentiate between EU and non-EU citizens.