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Apply for Visa to Spain
in St. Petersburg


All the residents in the consular district of the Consulate General of Spain in Saint-Petersburg wishing to apply for a transit or a short-stay visa (up to 90 days in periods of 180) can. Submit their applications in any of the Spain Visa Application Centres. You can schedule your appointment here

Citizens residing in St. Petersburg, Leningrad region, Pskov, Pskov region, Novgorod, Novgorod region, Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad region, Murmansk, Murmansk region, Karelia republic should apply for visa in the service visa application centres in St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad, Murmansk, Pskov, Vyborg, Velikiy Novgorod and Petrozavodsk. Their documents will not be accepted in other visa centres.

The residence in the North-West consular district can be confirmed by the registration, the job certificate as well as by the bank statement. If the applicant has the registration in the North-West consular district, but actually doesn't live in, and this is confirmed by the job certificate and/or the bank statement applicant should submit the documents in the Visa Center competent for the region of his actual residence.

New rules of submission at the Spain Visa Application Centre effective from the 14 September 2015: All applicants (including children aged 12) must personally visit Spain visa application centre for biometrics procedure (fingerprints and digital photo) on the day of submission of documents. Please, note: if a child turns 12 on the day when his documents are delivered at the Consulate General of Spain, he/she needs to provide his fingerprints at the visa centre while submitting visa application. Children from 12 to 18 years old must be accompanied at the visa centre by a parent.

Important information: if you provided the fingerprints before and received denial in short-term visa for any of the Schengen country (except Spain), you need to provide again your fingerprints when applying for a visa to Spain. Therefore, submission of documents at the visa centre in person is obligatory in this case. If you were refused in visa by the Consulate General of Spain and re-apply for a Spanish visa, you don’t need to provide again your fingerprints.

Applicants, who already gave their fingerprints (except cases mentioned above) and apply for a new visa, may submit the documents at the visa centre via third person:

  • Applicant’s close relatives (children and parents)when submitting the necessary documents to prove the relationship and identity document;
  • A travel agency accredited by the Consulate General of Spain.

Information about long-stay visas:
Applications for Long Stay visas (Studies of more than 90 days and Residence) must be submitted directly at the Consulate General of Spain in St.Petersburg at the address: Furshtatskaya Street, 9. Information counter is open from Monday to Friday from 12:00 till 13:00, except days off and holidays.

Please, click here to view the list of accredited travel agencies.

‘All applicant must be shown up in visa center physically for their visa application’

The exception for close relative is as follows:-
  • Parents for their sons/daughters (by showing birth certificate)
  • Sons/daughters for their parents (by showing marriage certificate)

Please Note:- Above stated exception is application ONLY in case of if they have fingerprints (Bio metric data given in past) recorded and get a justification (i.e. medical certificate) that are unable to show up physically.

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