You must apply at the Consulate of a country you are intending to go. If you are planning to visit several countries, you need to apply at the Embassy of the country of the longest intended period of stay or the country where you will cross the border first.
No, you will need to schedule an appointment first in order to submit your visa application
Time resolution of applications for short-stay visa (Schengen) is at least 15 calendar days from the date of submission of the application, and this delay can happen to a calendar month, and for cases specific that require additional documentation, this period may be extended to 60 calendar days.
After submission of the visa application at the visa application center an applicant pays a service charge and the Visa Fee directly at the Visa Application Centre. Please note that Visa Fee is in Moroccan Dirham and is decided by the Spanish consulate.
Applications have to be submitted by the applicant in person for the taking of fingerprints and digital photography.
Application/Passport can be collected either by the applicant in person or through an authorized representative that has an authority letter
No. Short term visa enables you to stay in Spain for the period of its validity only. According to the law in the area of rights and matters of foreigners in Spain, in order to settle in Spain, you must have a necessary settlement or National Spain visa. Please contact the Spanish Embassy directly. For more information you can also visit the Important Links section
Yes. Medical insurance is an important part of the dossier.
If you consider it to be reasonable, you can appeal against the refusal. In case of a refusal the Consulate will provide you with a refusal letter mentioning the terms and the place where you can appeal. For more information regarding appeals, please contact the Spanish Embassy.
No. The Consulate recommends you to apply again only if you think that the circumstances that could have caused the refusal have changed.