The Spain Non Lucrative Visa in Boston? You’ve come to the right place.
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Next up, all your “How do I get a Non Lucrative Visa for Spain at the Spanish Consulate of Boston” questions answered!
First off and most importantly… you’ll apply at the Boston Consulate if you live in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont.
If, instead, you’re a resident of any other state, find your consulate here.
Secondly, if you’re not even sure, exactly, what is the non lucrative visa for Spain, this overview outlines the general requirements to get one. Needless to say, there’s no point diving into application instructions if there’s no chance you’ll qualify.
Along those lines, if you’ve got doubts about your potential to qualify for this visa to move to Spain, contact me to review your situation. I can help you figure out if you can make this visa work for you.
Investigating how to apply for the Spain Non Lucrative Visa in Boston was not easy
The website for the Spanish Consulate in Boston only lists instructions for a “Visa to Retire in Spain.” And yes, that is ever so slightly different than the Non Lucrative Visa.
However, the Spanish Consulate in Boston does indeed take applications for the Spain Non Lucrative Visa. Therefore, my checklist is based on those instructions.
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Spanish Consulate Boston Vital Details
Jurisdiction: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine
Address: 31 Saint James Avenue, Suite 905 Boston, MA 02116
Email: [email protected]
Here is a link to visa information currently available on the website for the Consulate of Spain in Boston.
Applications in Boston are by appointment only. Walk in appointments are not allowed.
However, if you live nearby, walk ins may enter the consulate to ask questions. (But hopefully, I’ll have already answered all your questions for you!)
Now, at the risk of sounding like I’m talking to teenagers… Be organized when popping in to ask questions. Like, really organized. Generally speaking, the consulates are way understaffed. In fact, one of my clients told me she witnessed one of the workers crying while she was there! Make their job easier for them. Accordingly, they will be more likely to help you.
My FREE checklist has all the juicy details on translation needs, doc issue dates, and all manner of bureaucratic minutiae!
Your organization will be much appreciated by the overworked funcionario on whom your successful appointment depends! Indeed, I’ve had numerous clients tell me the visa officer servicing their appointment specifically commented on their well organized application packets.
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