Students with Spanish Passport/Nationality holder

 

The DNI is the Documento Nacional de Identidad. It is basically the identification card that all Spanish Citizens have.

In order to obtain that document as a Spanish National living abroad, you need to bring with you from your local registrar’s office in your home country the Certificado Literal de Nacimiento. This particular type of birth certificate needs to have a special note which explains that this is to get the DNI.

Additionally, you will need:

- A passport ID photo

- Empadronamiento, also known as registration of your address. This can be done once you arrive in Spain.

- There will also be a processing fee Once you have these documents you need to go in person to schedule your appointment in the DNI and Passport office located in Pamplona:

Address: C/ Pascual Madoz 4

Your DNI card will be processed at the moment of your appointment. Once you have the card, you will not have to renew it for another 5 years.

 

European Union students

 

European Union Citizens are given the flexibility to be able to enter Spain without having a supporting visa. It is recommended that they carry out a process called the Certificado de Registro de Ciudadano de la Union Europea.

The documents required for this Certificate are:

-       The Application form EX-18

-       European Passport

-       Document with evidence that there are sufficient funds for your stay

-       Class enrollment in the University of Navarra

-       Insurance coverage

-       Registration Fee

The Certificado de Registro de Ciudadano de la Union Europea gives students the ability to reside and study indefinitely, unless their situation changes. There is no need to renew this card.

Make sure to bring these documents to the International Relations Office so we can help look through your pack to make sure everything is ready to be turned in.
  • Germany

  • Austria

  • Belgium

  • Bulgaria

  • Cyprus

  • Croatia

  • Denmark

  • Slovakia

  • Estonia

  • Finland

  • France

  • Greece

  • Hungry

  • Ireland

  • Iceland

  • Italy

  • Lithonia

  • Lichtenstein

  • Lithuania

  • Luxemburg

  • Malta

  • Norway

  • Netherlands

  • Poland

  • Portugal

  • UK

  • Czech Republic

  • Romania

  • Sweden

  • Switzerland

 

Non European Union students

 

You will need to enter Spain with a visa of 180 days from your local consulate. You will need to provide the following documents to the consulate during your appointment:

  1. National visa application form: The application forms must be signed and filled out correctly.

  2. Passport: Your passport may remain at the Consulate.

  3. ID: proof of residency in your home country.

  4. Two recent passport-sized photos: White Background, 2x2in, glued to the applications.

  5. Evidence of funds

  6. Health Insurance

  7. Acceptance letter from the University of Navarra

  8. Processing fee

You must also be aware that there might be further documents that may be required by the consulate in your area.

Once you arrive in Spain you will not have a need to do any paperwork since your visa will cover the duration of your semester stay.

You will need to enter Spain with a visa of 90 days from your local consulate. You will need to provide the following documents to the consulate during your appointment:

National visa application form: The application forms must be signed and filled out correctly.

  1. Passport: Your passport may remain at the Consulate.

  2. ID: proof of residency in your home country.

  3. Two recent passport-sized photos: White Background, 2x2in, glued to the applications.

  4. Evidence of funds

  5. Health Insurance

  6. Acceptance letter from the University of Navarra

  7. Medical Certificate

  8. Police Record clearance

  9. Processing Fee

You must also be aware that there might be further documents that may be required by the consulate in your area.

Once you arrive in Spain you will need to start the second-round immigration. You will need to apply for a Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero also known as TIE. Within the first 30 days of arrival you´ll need to gather the following documents and bring them to the International Relations Office:

1.     Application form (EX17)

2.     Copy of your Passport and Visa

3.     Class enrollment in the University of Navarra

4.     Photo passport size

5.     Health Insurance

6.     Processing Fee

Make sure to bring these documents to the International Relations Office.
 

Immigration Procedures

 

 

 

 

 

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