The Foreigner Identity Card or Student Card, which will apply for once you are in Spain, is valid for the duration of the course (not more than one year) and is renewed every year, if you meet all the requirements of the government civil. The requirements for the card:
-Duly completed application (visit the website, extranjeros.mtas.es, clicking on “procedimientos y solicitudes” or requested by email to infoext.barcelona @ map.es)
Copy of passport or valid document for entry into Spain.
-The student visa (which you have previously purchased in your country)
-Official letter from the city center you have been accepted. In this case a letter from IED with your name and the duration of the course you’re going to do (never less than three months).
-If you are a minor, permission from your parents or guardians for your move to Spain and to carry out your studies.
-Three passport photos
These documents can be presented in one of the following precincts of the city of Barcelona:
Barceloneta: Marques de Argentera 2, 08003 Barcelona
Tel: 935 201 410
Ciutat Vella: C / Nou de la Rambla, 78-80, 08001 Barcelona
Tel: 932 902 844
Eixample: C / de Guadalajara, 3, 08006 Barcelona
Tel: 932 903 021
Horta-Guilardo: C / Castillejos, 387, 08025 Barcelona
Tel: 934 464 450
Nou Barris: C / de Aiguablava, 55, 08033 Barcelona
Tel: 932 902 802
Sant Andreu: C / Sagrera, 179, 08075 Barcelona
Tel: 934 988 205
Sant Martí: C / Guipúscoa, 74, 08020 Barcelona
Tel: 932 903 644
Sants-Montjuic: C / Creu Coberta, 104, 08014 Barcelona
Tel: 932 903 421
Sarria-Sant Gervasi: C / Iradier, 11, 08017 Barcelona
Tel: 932 903 805
For more information see the following website belonging to the Ministry of Immigration and Emigration: http://extranjeros.mtas.es/
Once you’re in Barcelona, you can also go to any of the information centers recommended by the Spanish government and the foreigners. One that we recommend are SAIER offices that are in Parallel Avenue 202. Tel 93-29240077
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