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What are the visa & residency requirements in Granada?

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"In order to visit Granada, visitors must obtain a Schengen visa from the Spanish Embassy or Consulate in their home country. The process of applying for a visa involves submitting an application form, providing a valid passport, two passport-sized photographs, proof of travel insurance, and proof of sufficient funds. In order to obtain residency in Granada, Spain, applicants must apply for a residence permit from the Spanish Embassy or Consulate in their home country. The process of applying for residency involves submitting an application form, providing a valid passport, two passport-sized photographs, proof of sufficient funds, proof of health insurance, and proof of accommodation. Additionally, applicants must provide evidence of their purpose of stay, such as a job offer or a student visa," remarked another expat who made the move to Granada, Spain.

"To live here, one can get a non-lucrative visa and is considered a temporary resident. After 5 years, we can become permanent resident. These are the main requirements to get non- lucrative visa - background check, health certificate, proof of available funds, health insurance," explained one expat living in Granada, Spain.

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