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Business Visa

A business visa is granted for those who are visiting Spain for business or conference meetings.

Please Note: There is a service charge of 12.50 JOD per application over and above the visa fees payable by all applicants

Business Visa 48.60 JOD

Countries with a visa facilitation agreement with the European Union. The Schengen visa fee amounts to 28.40 JOD for national of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, Republic of Yugoslavia.

All payments will be collected in local currency (cash only) as per the local exchange rate.

The Visa fees can be paid by Cash only. It is subject to change without notice.

All fees are non-refundable

For easy understanding and submission of document please refer to the Application Requirements attached.

Short stay visas (Schengen)

The procedures and conditions for issuing these visas are set out in European Parliament and Council Regulation (CE) No. 810/2009, which establishes a Community Code on visas.

The short stay visa application must be submitted on a duly completed application form (original and copy), which can be downloaded free of charge from this web page or can also be obtained free of charge from Spanish Diplomatic Missions or Consular Offices abroad.

The visa must be applied in person. If there is no Diplomatic Mission or Consular Office in a particular country, applicants can apply for the visa in the Diplomatic Mission or Consular Office that represents Spain in that country.

When submitting the visa application, the established fee must be paid (generally €60). This fee is non-refundable and therefore will not be refunded if the visa application is unsuccessful. Under certain circumstances applicants may be entitled to a reduction or may be exempt from paying the fee. Please consult the Diplomatic Missions or Spanish Consular Offices. For all other necessary requirements, please consult the Diplomatic Mission or Consular Office where the visa application is being made as these may vary according to the reason for the visit and the applicant's country of origin.

The maximum period for processing short stay (Schengen) visa applications is fifteen calendar days from the date the application is submitted. This period can be extended to a maximum of 30 calendar days in specific cases, especially if a more detailed examination of the application is required. By way of exception, in specific cases in which additional documentation is required, this period can be extended to a maximum of 60 calendar days.

If the visa is issued, it must be collected in person from the competent Diplomatic Mission or Consular Office, or collected by a duly authorized representative, within a period of one month from the date that notification is given of the award.

If the visa application is unsuccessful, the applicant will be notified via a standard form stating the reason the visa was refused. In this case, the applicant can file a judicial review appeal before the High Court in Madrid within a period of two months from the notification date or optionally, an appeal for review before the Diplomatic Mission or Consular Office within one month from the notification date.

In addition: If travelling on business:

  • Original letter of invitation from a duly registered company in Spain specifying the dates and purpose of visit and which part is responsible for the travel expenses.
  • Original letter from employer specifying the dates and the purpose of visit and which part is responsible for the travel expenses.
  • Details of accommodation (hotel reservation, specifying the periodo os stay).

Note: We regret we cannot accept photographs that do not meet these requirements

Please provide one recent photograph (not more than 6 months old) of yourself, which should not have been used previously in the passport. The photograph should be in colour and:

  • Taken against white background so that features are distinguishable and contrast against the background.
  • Clear share quality and with the face in focus.
  • Printed on normal photographic paper (camera print).
  • Full face, non-smiling [without sunglasses, a hat/cap or other head covering, unless the applicant wears such items because of their religious belief or ethnic background]
  • Please stick the Photograph on the Visa Application Form.

Note: Please follow these instructions carefully. If photographs presented do not meet these requirements your application will be considered incomplete. A photo booth meeting these requirements is available at the centre..

Processing time of visa should be Minimum 15 Working days

If you wish to visit Spain for a short period of time, you must obtain a visa prior to entry if you come from a country with a visa requirement for entering Spain.

Short Stay visas allow the holder to transit through or remain in Spanish territory and all other Schengen States for a maximum period of three months (90 days) within a period of six months (180 days) from the entry date into the Schengen Area. Nationals from countries included in the list of countries with the obligation to carry a visa in order to cross external borders must be in possession of this visa. Please click the appropriate visa category for more information.

Applicants submitting the applications with short processing time will be required to fill up the Declaration form.

Visa Application Form (English Language)

Visa Application Form (Spanish Language)

All Application submitted at visa application centre should have English Application forms only.

Please Note:

The forms are in PDF format.

You will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and download this form.

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To download the Application Form:

1. Click on the form link
2. When the form opens, save the form on your computer.


1. Press the right button on your mouse on the required link.
2. Select Save Target As from the list
3. Save the form on your computer.

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