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Spain Visa Appointment: Documents, Application Process & Fees

Last Update: 23-04-2024

Do Indians Need to Book an Appointment for a Spain Visa?

Yes, Indian applicants are required to book an appointment to submit their visa applications at the BLS International Visa Application Centre (VAC). The Spanish consulate collaborates with BLS International for processing visa submissions, requiring applicants to schedule an appointment after filling out the online visa application form on Spain’s official website.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. When Should I Schedule My Spain Visa Appointment?
  3. What is the Purpose of a Spain Visa Appointment for Indians?
  4. Required Documents for Spain Visa Appointment
  5. Spain Visa Appointment Booking Process
  6. Spain Visa Appointment Fees and Payment Methods
  7. What is the Processing Time of a Spain Visa Appointment?
  8. How to Secure a Spain Visa Appointment Quickly for Indians?
  9. How Can I Track the Status of My Spain Visa Appointment?
  10. Essential Tips for the Spain Visa Appointment
  11. Conclusion
  12. FAQs


Planning a trip to Spain and need a visa? This guide simplifies the Spain visa appointment process for Indian citizens. Scheduling your appointment through BLS International is a crucial step in your visa application process for Spain.

If you find it difficult to locate the necessary information, we're here to help. Our team is ready to assist you.

For assistance or inquiries, contact us at 073148 52914 or through WhatsApp.

We hope you have a fantastic journey and enjoy the best experiences on your trip to Spain! ✈️

When Should I Schedule My Spain Visa Appointment?

It’s advisable to arrange your Spain visa appointment via BLS International, starting your visa application process at least 45 days before your intended travel date. You can set up appointments up to 6 months in advance. Teleport provides a smooth service for organising your Spain Schengen visa appointment.

What is the Purpose of a Spain Visa Appointment for Indians?

A Spain visa appointment for Indians serves several key purposes in the visa application process:

  1. Submission of Documents: The appointment allows applicants to submit their necessary documents for review. These documents typically include passport, photos, visa application form, travel itinerary, proof of accommodation, financial means, insurance, and any other supporting documents requested by the Spanish consulate or visa application centre.
  2. Biometric Data Collection: During the visa appointment, biometric data (such as fingerprints and photographs) of the applicant are collected. This data is required for the Visa Information System (VIS), which is used by the Schengen States to store and manage the biometric data of visa applicants.
  3. Visa Fee Payment: The appointment fees must be paid at the visa application centre either in cash or demand draft.

The process ensures that all the necessary checks are in place to grant a visa, helping to secure the borders and maintain the integrity of the visa system.

Required Documents for Spain Visa Appointment

Mandatory Documents

Visa Application Form

The form should be completed by hand using blue ink and capital letters, accompanied by one passport-sized photograph with a white background measuring 35mm x 45mm.

Appointment Confirmation Letter

  • The appointment letter must include essential information such as the traveller's name, appointment date, time, and location.
  • Applicants must carry this letter with them to gain entry into the visa centre.

Original Passport

  • Must have a minimum of 2 blank pages.
  • Should be valid for at least three months beyond the trip's duration.      
  • Issued within the last 10 years.
  • Copy of passport pages that contain any visa stickers or stamps from past travel.


  • Must be a recent photograph, taken within the last 6 months.
  • The dimensions should measure between 35-45 mm.
  • The background of the photograph should be white.

Bank Statement

  • Submit your own recent bank statement, covering the past six months, with an official stamp and signature from the bank.
  • The bank statement should be no more than one week old at the time of application.
  • It is recommended to transfer funds to maintain this balance at least 15 days prior to the appointment
  • The recommended bank balance is at least 100 Euros (INR 8,500/-) per day per traveller.

Income Tax Returns

Provide ITR-V (Income Tax Return Verification) documents for the most recent two financial years, showing your income, tax compliance, and financial history for visa applications.

Cover Letter

  • Clearly state the purpose of your travel.
  • Specify the number of days you intend to stay.
  • Provide essential passport and travel details.

Proof of Internal Travel

  • Bookings for internal transfers within Spain and across Schengen states should be made in advance.
  • If you plan to visit multiple Schengen countries, ensure you have proof of flight, hotel, or bus bookings for each location.

Travel Insurance

Minimum coverage of 30,000 Euros, specifying coverage for accidents, illness, medical emergencies, and evacuation.

Proof of Accommodation

  • For individuals staying at a hotel: Display proof of hotel bookings covering the entire duration of your stay in Spain.
  • For individuals staying with friends/family:  An invitation letter is necessary

Flight Reservation

Confirmation of round-trip booking is necessary.

Residence Proof

  • If the city on your passport differs from your current city of residence, please provide any of the following documents:
  • Rent agreement.
  • Electricity bill.
  • Water bill.
  • Phone bill.

Pan Card Copy

Copy of PAN card is mandatory for all the applicants.

Sworn Declaration Form

  • Self-signature in case of an adult.
  • Signed by both parents in case of a minor.
  • Fill this in a blue pen only.

Authorization Letter

  • Choose the authorization form corresponding to your jurisdiction city.
  • Sign it personally if you're an adult.
  • Have both parents sign it for minors.
  • Complete the form using a blue pen only.

Courier Form

  • The Courier Form is a document authorising courier services for sending or receiving vital documents like visas, passports, or legal papers. To complete it correctly, adhere to these guidelines:
  • Adult Applicants: Affix your own signature to the form, confirming the use of a courier service.
  • For Minors: Both parents must provide their signatures on the form, indicating their consent and approval of the courier service.

Supporting Documents

If Employed

  • Employer's letter confirming approved leave.
  • Provide the original company letter on official letterhead, including the authorised signatory's name, designation, contact information, and company seal stamp.
  • Pay slips of last 3 months

If Self-Employed

Last 06 months company bank statement, signed by the bank.

If Sponsored

  • Documentation of accessible and demonstrated available funds of the sponsor
  • Having at least INR 1,00,000 as balance is recommended.
  • Proof of sponsorship and support, including specifics on the nature and method of support provided.
  • Sponsor's ITR (ITR-V or Form 16) of the last 2 years.

If Married

Marriage Certificate

Refusal Notice

If there has been a visa denial within the past two years

If Minor

  • Copies of the parents' passports should be included. 
  • A notarized authorization letter signed by parents granting permission to travel. Applicable only if a minor is travelling without both parents.
  • Copy of the parents' passports, PAN cards, or driver's licences (for the absent parent).
  • Applicable if travelling with another person or either parent.
  • A parent’s signature is required in blue ink on the Visa Application Form.
  • ITR and Bank Statement of parents.

Spain Visa Appointment Booking Process

Apply for Your Spain Visa with Teleport (Includes Appointment Booking)

Smoothly process your Spain tourist visa application with Teleport, where we also handle your appointment booking. Here's an easy guide:

Step 1: Start Your Application

Go to the Teleport Spain Application portal and click 'Start Application' to begin your visa process.

Step 2: Enter Information and Make Payment

Provide your travel and passport details, then opt to pay the fee either partially or fully.

Step 3: Arrange Your Appointment

After your information is submitted and fees are settled, Teleport will assign a dedicated relationship manager to arrange your Spain visa appointment at the BLS centre and help with all necessary documents.

Step 4: Go to the BLS Visa Application Centre

Visit your assigned BLS Visa Application Centre for your appointment with all required documents and the appointment confirmation. Teleport advises arriving at least 30 minutes early to avoid any issues or extra charges for late arrivals.

Step 5: Biometric Data Collection

Your fingerprints and photo will be taken digitally at the centre. If you have received a biometric Schengen visa from the Spanish consulate within the last 59 months, your previously submitted data may be reused.

BLS will then send your documents to the consulate for review. Once the consulate makes a decision, your documents will be returned to BLS.

You may choose to have your passport mailed to your address or collect it in person from the BLS visa centre.


Remember to bring the original receipt from the Visa Application Centre along with a photocopy of a valid, government-issued photo ID for each applicant and anyone collecting the documents. This ensures a smooth document retrieval process.

Booking a Spain Visa Appointment Through BLS International

Step 1: Begin Your Visa Process

Start by downloading the Spain visa application form. Fill it out carefully, print it, and bring it along when you visit the Visa Application Centre to submit your application.

Step 2: Schedule Your BLS VAC Appointment

Book an appointment for your visa application and biometric data collection through BLS International. You'll receive an email confirming the details of your appointment. Visit the BLS website to see all Spain visa application centres in India.

Spain Visa Appointment

Step 3: Visit the Visa Application Centre

Upon scheduling your appointment, you'll need to pay the visa application fee. If you've downloaded the application form, bring it with you to the Visa Application Centre where you can make the payment during your appointment. Payment can be made in cash or by card (Visa, Rupay, and Mastercard are accepted).

Step 4: Track Your Application

After submitting your application at a BLS visa application centre, you can track its status online using BLS's Spain visa tracking website. Simply input your reference number and date of birth to check the progress of your application.

Step 5: Receive Your Visa

Once your visa is processed, collect your passport and documents from the Visa Application Centre.

Spain Visa Appointment Fees and Payment Methods

Spain visa appointment fees (BLS service charges) is INR 1537 and the payment can be made using cash, demand drafts, or online transactions (RTGS/NEFT and IMPS). If paid by demand draft, it should be made payable to "BLS International Services Ltd Spain Visa" and should be drawn in favour of the respective submission centre (Delhi or Mumbai). If making an online transaction, applicants must provide proof of payment during the application submission. It's important to note that the visa fee is subject to change without notice and is non-refundable.

What is the Processing Time of a Spain Visa Appointment?

The processing time for a Spain visa appointment for Indians can vary depending on factors such as the type of visa applied for, the current workload at the consulate or embassy, and any additional processing requirements. Typically, the processing time ranges from 10 to 15 working days from the date of application submission. However, it's advisable to check with the specific consulate or embassy where you're applying for the most accurate information regarding processing times. Additionally, during peak travel seasons or in cases of high application volumes, processing times may be longer. If you're applying for a Spain business visa, ensure to inquire about any specific processing timelines applicable to your case.

How to Secure a Spain Visa Appointment Quickly for Indians?

To expedite your Spain visa appointment process as an Indian citizen, consider these tips for a smoother experience:

  1. Start Early: Initiate your visa application process as soon as your travel plans are confirmed. Begin at least 3 months prior to your trip. 
  2. Doorstep Service: Accelerate your Spain visa application through BLS International's Doorstep service. Just fill out the visa application form, and their team will contact you within one working day. Experience the ease of handling your entire visa process from anywhere you prefer, whether it's your home or workplace. This service simplifies the procedure, ensuring a quicker and more convenient experience for you.
  3. Be Flexible: Keep your appointment dates and times flexible to increase your chances of finding suitable slots due to cancellations. Regularly check for Spain visa appointment availability on the BLS International website.
  4. Prepare Your Documents: Organise and prepare all required documents in advance to avoid delays during your appointment.
  5. Check for Cancellation Slots: Keep an eye out for any available cancellation slots by directly contacting the embassy or visa application centre.

How Can I Track the Status of My Spain Visa Appointment?

Use the BLS International website to track your Spain visa application status.

  1. Visit the official BLS International website for Spain visa applications.
  2. Locate the "Track Application" section, usually at the top section of the page.
  3. Enter your application reference number and your date of birth. This number is given to you after you submit your visa application at the BLS centre.
  4. Once you've entered the necessary details, click on ‘Submit’ to check the current status of your visa application.

Essential Tips for the Spain Visa Appointment

  1. Arrival Instructions: Arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before your appointment time. Attendance in person is mandatory.
  2. Required Documents: Bring a printed copy of your appointment confirmation letter, passport, filled-out visa application form, and all necessary supporting documents.
  3. Paying the Fee: Be prepared to pay the visa fee at the centre in cash or demand draft.
  4. Biometric Data Submission: Provide fingerprints and a photo during your appointment. Exceptions apply for children under 6 years old, those who provided fingerprints in the last 59 months, and individuals with proof of medical inability.
  5. Photo Requirements: Ensure your photo meets the specified criteria, showing your face clearly without sunglasses or head coverings (except for religious reasons).
  6. Bringing Children: If accompanying children under 18, ensure they are accompanied by an adult.

By following these guidelines and being prepared, you can enhance your Spain visa appointment process.


Securing a visa appointment for Spain is a key step for Indian travellers. Using Teleport can simplify the booking process, making it easier for applicants.

If you're applying directly through BLS International, it's important to follow a detailed guide for a smooth Spain visa appointment in India. Arrive on time, carefully adhere to the document checklist, and be prepared for providing biometric data.

Whether you choose Teleport's services or apply independently, thorough preparation and following guidelines closely are essential for successfully obtaining a Spain visa from India.

For further assistance or questions, don't hesitate to contact us. Our team is dedicated to providing support and guidance.

Reach out to us at 073148 52914 or via WhatsApp.