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Travel regime for citizens of Ukraine
Visa-free (up to 90 days within 180 days) – for holders of biometric passports of Ukrainian citizens to travel abroad.
Visa – for holders of passports of citizens of Ukraine to travel abroad (except for diplomatic, service passports of Ukraine).
Before leaving for Spain, we advise you to carefully check the validity of your visa, as well as the number of entries you are allowed to enter Spain and the total period of your authorized stay in Spain and other Schengen countries.
Citizens of Ukraine who have a long-term visa issued by another Schengen member state may stay in the territory of the Schengen member states for a maximum of three months for six months.
You can use the “Schengen” calculator to control the number of days you are allowed to stay in Spain and other Schengen countries.
Remember that Spanish law requires you to leave the country before the expiration of the visa issued to you, and in case of impossibility – to apply in advance to the competent authorities of Spain to extend the duration of your stay in the country.
In order to avoid undesirable consequences, do not try to enter Spain or other Schengen countries illegally, on expired / invalid or false documents, stay in Spain longer than the period specified in your visa, or get a job without a proper residence permit and employment (“Permiso de Residencia”) issued by the competent authorities of Spain.
Under Spanish law, these are crimes that entail administrative and criminal liability in the form of detention for visa violations, arrest, imprisonment, decision to deport and deportation with a subsequent ban on entry into Spain for several years.
A document that allows you to live and work in Spain legally is a residence and employment permit (“Permiso de Residencia”) issued by the competent authorities of the country with clearly stated reasons and the period of stay of a foreigner in Spanish territory. This document is both a residence permit and a foreigner’s identity card.
Remember that while in Spain, you must comply with Spanish law. Ignorance of local laws does not absolve from responsibility for violating them.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and diplomatic missions of Ukraine abroad in no case share the responsibility for a crime or offense committed by a citizen of Ukraine.
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