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Address50 Manners Street, Level 11
Wellington 6142
New Zealand
Phonelocal: (04) 802.5665
international: +64.4.802.5665
Faxlocal: (04) 801.7701
international: +64.4.801.7701
Emailemb.wellington@maec.es

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Angel
Wed, 22 Jun 2016 07:04 EDT
Visitor Visa to Spain for Chinese
I am holding a work visa living in New Zealand with Chinese Passport. I am just wondering what the process is and document i need to apply Spain visitor Visa? My email address is angel.0824@hotmail.com
jjb
Sat, 9 Apr 2016 18:32 EDT
subscribing to rtve.es in NZ
Does anyone know how to subscribe to this spanish broadcasting company?
I have been able to see Ministerio del Tiempo, series 1, episode 1-4, through youtube but I have no access to the rest. Any suggestions.
Dylan Butler
Tue, 22 Mar 2016 18:50 EDT
schengen visa - South african passport
I am a South African living here in Auckland and i am in the process of arranging a holiday for 3 weeks to Spain in July/August. i wanted to find out if there is an online application i can do or must it be a written one where i submit it to the Spanish consulate here in Auckland?

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards
Gerard Averous
Thu, 25 Feb 2016 18:38 EST
Renew My spanish passport
I reside in New Caledonia How do i renew My passeport without to go to Paris .
Regards
Gerard
Agustin
Wed, 18 Nov 2015 23:10 EST
Renewing passport
Can you please send me information at agustintaladriz2013@gmail.com for renewing my spanish passport, it last until mid next year. Regards
Sudesh Dixit
Tue, 11 Aug 2015 18:16 EDT
visa fees for visit to Madrid
Planning to go to Bilbao for a medical conference 25th Sept to 1st October
Please advise how much the fees for a Schengen I would have to pay
Could not find the amount on the downloaded form
Thanks
Adeline
Sat, 4 Apr 2015 16:12 EDT
Tourist VISA of Spain for Chinese
im holding work visa currently and I'm Chinese .How do foreigners temporarily residing in New Zealand apply for visa to go to Spain? Which documents are required and does one have to be at the embassy in person or postage of application and documents via courier is allowed? Is there an official website? My email is dancheerer@gmail.com
Diana
Thu, 26 Mar 2015 07:43 EDT
Renewing Spanish Passport
Hi! May I know where and how can I renew my passport? I am currently living in Auckland. I was tryng to contact the phone and email add stated above but it's not working. Kindly send me an email at dianauy0218@yahoo.com

Thank you!
Suman
Tue, 8 Jul 2014 04:59 EDT
Unable to find the website of Embassy of Spain in New Zealand
Hi, Could anyone help me in finding the website of the Embassy of Spain in New Zealand. Is there a Consulate in Auckland? The email given above doesnot work.
Please advise me the best way to apply for Spanish Visa in New Zealand.My email is sksin1@rediffmail.com
Thanks
Suman
Ronald Pineda Ramos
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 04:27 EDT
New-Spanish-Law-Offers-Citizenship-For-Those-With-These-Last-Names
I am a Filipino citizen and my names Pineda and Ramos are both in the list of Spanish sounding names i understand that it is only for Spardic Jews but i also read in the article which i attached..Spanish Justice Minster Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón said that applicants do not have to be Jewish, emphasizing that anyone of Spanish heritage would be able to apply for dual citizenship under the new law.I would like to know if this is possible thank you Viva Espana...

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