Immigration Lawyers in Spain

What do Manzanares immigration lawyers deal with?

Planning on immigrating to Spain? We can understand why. After all, this country is one of the most beautiful in the world, and Spain immigration has always been an appealing prospect to those who are not based here. But, before you can start relaxing into the Spanish way of life, there is important paperwork that needs to be completed to make sure you are able to legally live here. This is where the Spanish immigration lawyers from Manzanares Lawyers are on hand to help. Our expertise is crucial during this process as it can be quite difficult to complete alone – especially if you are unsure as to how the system works.

Whether you are an EU or non-EU citizen, our immigration lawyers in Marbella can use all of their experience to make the process a smooth one. The strong advice that is given to prospective immigrants is that if you’re hoping to make Spain your home, you need an expert team of Spain immigration lawyers by your side – and our team of immigration lawyers in Spain can assist you every step of the way. We can help you understand the variety of visa options that will allow you to legally live your life in this amazing country. These include:

  • Work visa’s
  • Lucrative/non lucrative visa’s
  • Tourist visa’s
  • Golden visa’s
  • Family reunions
  • And many more

How can immigration lawyers in Spain help if I’m from the EU?

Our experts work with Spanish immigration laws all the time, so you can trust our judgement and rely on us to ensure that every step of the process is properly completed.

If you are from the EU, you will have to carry our certain registrations , confirm your personal information and obtain a foreign identity number, giving you the right to live and work in Spain.

How can our immigration lawyers in Spain help if I’m not from Europe?

If you are a non-EU citizen and would like to live in Spain, then the process is a little different.

There are a number of permits that will allow you to move to the country – these depend on whether you have come alone or with your family to live, work or set up a company. You may also need a permit to make an investment or study etc. Our immigration lawyers in Spain have extensive knowledge of immigration laws in the country and can help you apply for all the relevant permits with ease.

Would you like further information on Spain immigration laws? If so, feel free to contact our friendly team today. You can do this via email at or you can call our offices in Alhaurin or Marbella on +34 952 59 50 42 (Alhaurin) or +34 952 82 41 12 (Marbella). You can also request a free consultation on our website now.



Here at Manzanares Lawyers, we often receive contact from people that are currently living in a country other than Spain but are looking to immigrate here in the future. They often get in touch with us through our online enquiry form to arrange a consultation with one of the team. To respond in a manner that is swift and efficient, we will contact you either through email, Skype or via Zoom call to discuss your legal requirements, so we can quickly get started on helping you with any Spanish immigration law you need assistance with before you move to our country. This makes the process just as seamless as if you were here in person! Our Spanish immigration lawyers use modern technology to our advantage, so we can help as many clients as possible, giving you a firm you can trust, no matter how far away you may be.
If you do not live in Spain or are looking to move to the country, the laws surrounding immigration can prove quite challenging to understand. Especially as these differ so much from country to country, which is why it is important to speak to a lawyer that specialises in this area that you can trust, like Manzanares Lawyers. Spain immigration laws can be quite complex and challenging to understand when you are presented with them initially. This is why a professional, experienced firm such as us from Manzanares Lawyers can be by your side to make sense of these difficult laws, so you can complete the process as quickly and efficiently as possible. We can help make sense of these laws for you, so you don’t have to go through the hard work of reading through them all yourself! This should provide you with all the crucial information you need to deal with your enquiry.
If you want to move to Spain from another country, there is vital paperwork and legal procedures that need to be done first. This is prove and confirm your citizenship on the country, so you are entitled to the same benefits as all other Spanish nationals. Without said paperwork, you can incur legal penalties as you not officially credited as being a Spanish resident. It is important to thoroughly make the necessary checks to make sure that you have no legal troubles once you move here. This can often be very time consuming to resolve and potentially cost a lot of money! We here at Manzanares Lawyers are able to give you all the legal help you need so you can quickly complete the legal procedures needed in order to live in Spain. Our multi-lingual solicitors are able to speak your language so you can be confident in our abilities.

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