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Before you visit the Spain Consulate in Boston for a visa appointment, ensure you meet all the requirements. The current Spanish consulate does not have an online appointment booking system, and grants them on an ad-hoc basis over email.

How To Schedule An Appointment for Spain Schengen Visa in Boston

    Send an email to the Spain Consulate.

    In the email, clearly indicate your dates of travel, visa type that you're applying for (Schengen Visa Type C for short-term visits) and that your main destination is Spain.

    You can then work the Consulate to find a suitable time.

    The visa fees is due at the Spain Consulate.

Where is Spain Consulate in Boston located?

31 ST James Avenue, Suite 905Boston, MA02116

How To Schedule An Appointment at Spain Consulate in Boston using Atlas in 5 seconds

    Open Atlas

    Select 'Spain'

    Choose a preferred appointment slot

    We will interface with the embassy, and get you an appointment.

What To Bring To Your Spain Schengen Visa Appointment in Boston?

At your visa appointment, you will need to provide the following information:

    A valid passport + 2 copies: Make sure it is not expiring within 6 months.

    A valid U.S. visa or Green card + 2 copies: with I-94/ I-797 + 1 photocopy.

    Photographs: 2 passport-sized photograph with a clear face, light background, and the face occupying about 80% of the photograph.

    Hotel & flight reservations with the complete address and contact phone number of the hotel.

    Bank statements for the last three months: we suggest downloading them from your online banking app or going to a branch.

    Copies of any previous Schengen visas.

    Travel insurance: coverage of at least EUR 30.000 to support medical emergency, repatriation due to medical reasons, or any other emergency handling during France visit.

    Visa Fees: USD 97, which can be paid using cash or a money order.

    Proof of employment: indicating that you're permitted to go on leave for the duration of your trip.

    Proof of address: State ID, Driver's license, or a copy of your lease.

Spain Visa Application Status

To check status of your visa application, please visit the official website, and enter the code provided to you on a printed receipt after your interview. When checking this page, “resuelto" means that your visa is ready to be picked up.

Spain Visa Appointment in Boston FAQ

Can I go without an appointment?

No, you will not be allowed to enter without a scheduled appointment.

Can I print documents at the Consulate?

No, there is no provision to print documents at the Consulate.

Other Questions

For any other questions, please email us at spain@atlasvisa.co.