Family regrouping

Regrouping is a right that law allows for foreigners who live in Spain.
It can be applied for if the foreigner has been living in Spain for a year and such foreigner has an authorization to stay for at least another year.
Regrouping is admitted for spouse, children, included adopted children, as well as for the regrouper´s ancestors or his/her spouse's ancestors, if the latter are under his/her charge. Regrouping is also admitted for under-aged or handicapped children if the foreigner is their legal representative.
For regrouping to take place, the regrouper must prove that he/she has adequate housing and sufficient income to support a family.

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- ON-LINE ENQUIRIES (When you ask one of our lawyers who are specialists in foreign law) We inform you step by step of all necessary formalities to obtain a visa that may interest you, of all the documents you need to submit at your Consulate. This may show you new opportunities depending on your case. We may also write the documents you need to submit. See a sample case of our service

- INFORMATION SERVICE. We inform you of the progress of your file and of any law enforced which may concern your case (positively or negatively).

- CHECK-UP OF DOCUMENTS. Our company operates from Spain and the documents for the visa must be submitted at the Consulate. However, to make sure that you are submitting the right documents, you may send us a photocopy or fax of all the documents you are planning to submit at the consulate, to spare yourself problems in the future.

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 Last update: 02-Jul-2009
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