Arraigo Spain 2023 – Legal Residency

The Spanish government has established several programs to allow foreign nationals to obtain legal residency in the country. One such program is the “Arraigo for Training” program.

The Arraigo for Training program is designed for foreign nationals who have completed studies or training in Spain and wish to stay in the country to gain work experience. This program allows these individuals to apply for residency in Spain based on their training or studies.

To be eligible for the Arraigo for Training program, individuals must have completed studies or training in Spain for a minimum of six months. They must also have a valid employment contract with a Spanish company, or a job offer from a company based in Spain.

Applicants must also have the financial means to support themselves during their stay in Spain. This means they must have sufficient funds to cover their living expenses and any other expenses related to their stay in the country.

In addition, applicants must not have any criminal convictions or be subject to any deportation orders.

To apply for the Arraigo for Training program, individuals must submit an application to the Spanish authorities. The application must include various supporting documents, such as proof of completion of studies or training, a copy of the employment contract or job offer, and proof of financial means.

Once the application has been submitted, the Spanish authorities will review the application and make a decision on whether to grant residency to the applicant. If residency is granted, the individual will be issued a residency permit that allows them to stay in Spain for a specified period of time.

It’s important to note that the Arraigo for Training program is not a pathway to Spanish citizenship. However, it does allow foreign nationals to legally reside and work in Spain for a certain period of time, which can be a valuable opportunity for gaining work experience and furthering one’s career.


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