Larraín Nesbitt Abogados is a law firm specialized in conveyance, litigation, taxation, residency permits (visa), and inheritance run by Raymundo Larraín Nesbit.
Raymond has been practicing law since 2003. After completing his dual degree in Law & Business Management in Madrid (ICADE), he went on to work for prestigious Spanish and English law firms in Spain. He also has international experience, having worked for several years in the United Kingdom for a leading British multinational.
Using the extensive knowledge and experience gained, he set up his own practice in Marbella. He advises mainly UK and non-UK domiciled clients. His main areas of expertise are conveyancing and non-resident taxation.
He is a prolific writer of Spanish tax & legal articles written in English, having published well over 500 articles since 2004. His articles and blogs are widely used by the real estate industry and property think tanks, having been translated into multiple languages. He is a long-standing contributor of Spain’s two leading online property portals; Barcelona-based Spanish Property Insight (run by Mark Stucklin) and Madrid-based Idealista (run by Jesús Encinar).
Home » Spain’s Non-Lucrative (pensioner’s) Visa explained
Spain’s Non-Lucrative (pensioner’s) Visa explained
Author: Raymundo Larraín Nesbitt (Director)
Lawyer Raymond Nesbitt briefly explains to us today one of five legal ways to bypass the pesky 90/180-day rule that now affects all UK nationals post-Brexit.
For a full overview of all the visa services LNA offers: How to spend over 90 consecutive days in
Spain – General visa overview
Spain’s Non-Lucrative Visa has proven wildly successful over the last years. The typical applicants are a retired couple who wish to spend their twilight years enjoying the very best of the gorgeous Spanish weather & fine food at affordable prices.
Please note this visa service is only open to non-EU residents (i.e. British nationals).
NLV general requirements
Not to be already in Spain illegally at the time of making the NLV application.
Clean criminal record (previous 5 years).
Hire your own health or medical insurance (full coverage) with a Spanish healthcare provider (applicants must be under 75 y.o. to apply).
€29,000 in savings for the main applicant. For every additional dependant, you need to add a further €8,000 in savings.
You must not suffer from any of the diseases that may have serious public health repercussions.
Proof you can secure accommodation in Spain i.e. long-term rental contract or Title deed to Spanish property.
You cannot work in Spain, you can also not be working at the time of making the application.
LNA has a 100% track record of attaining Spanish visas & residency permits
Larraín Nesbitt Lawyers, small on fees, big on service. Your family’s success is only one call away: (+44) 07543 838 218.
At Larrain Nesbitt Abogados, we have assisted hundreds of EU and non-EU nationals to successfully attain Spanish residency permits & visas over the last decade at affordable prices.
Interested? Come and speak to Larraín Nesbitt Abogados’ friendly staff who will be pleased to guide you through the different residency options, choosing the one that appeals to you most.
Other visa and residency services available from LNA:
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