The Spanish Government has approved the digital nomad visa aiming for non-European citizens to relocate to Spain.
This visa is one of the measures introduced by the Spanish Start-Up Law, alongside others at corporate or tax levels, that seek making Spain a leading destination country for innovative companies and digital nomads.
To provide a response to the important legal implications introduced by the Spanish Start-Up Law, Scornik Gerstein LLP has launched a hub, led by its Managing Partner Antonio Arenas.
This new legal hub not only redefines the way legal services are delivered, it also provides value to its users by providing free access to publications explaining the changes brought by the Spanish Start-Up Law
In the link below, you can download a guide about the Spanish Digital Nomad Visa, where the immigration department of Scornik Gerstein LLP addresses the following questions:
- Who qualifies for the Spanish nomad visa?
- Does the digital nomad visa include family members?
- How long can a digital nomad visa holder stay in Spain?
- Where must a digital nomad working from Spain pay its taxes?
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