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The Spanish Consulate in Miami is a branch of the Government of Spain. The Consulate provides many services to those who reside in Miami, Florida or anywhere else in the United States. The Spanish Consulate in Miami was first established as a consulate general on November 1st, 1884 and was moved to its current location at 7570 SW 107th Ave on December 29th, 1986. It has been located there ever since. The Consulate is located just outside the city limits of Miami and has jurisdiction over all Florida counties west of Palm Beach County and north of Monroe County, which includes Broward County, Dade County (except for Key West), Martin County, Okeechobee County, Palm Beach County (excluding Key West),
Why is it Important to Have a Consulate in Miami?
The Consulate of Spain in Miami was established in September 2011. The Consulate’s mission is to promote the interests of Spain and its citizens, as well as to facilitate trade, investment, tourism and other economic relations between Spain and the United States. Spain has a long-standing history with the United States, dating back to the 16th century when Spanish explorers first discovered Florida. Spain also had significant influence on American life during the 19th century when it helped build railroads across America. More recently, Spain has become an important trade partner for America due to its membership in NATO and EU.
It’s important to have a Consulate in Miami because this city is home to one of the world’s largest Hispanic
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Spain in the United States
In addition to Spain’s consulate general in Miami, Spain has 33 other representations in the United States. These representations include an embassy in Washington, D.C. and consulates in Albuquerque, Atlanta, Austin, Birmingham, AL, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Denver, El Paso, Honolulu, Houston, Jackson, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Pensacola, Phoenix, Raleigh, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, Seattle, St. Louis and Tampa.
United States in Spain
The United States has seven representations in Spain. These representations include an embassy in Madrid and consulates in Barcelona, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Seville and Valencia.
Spain and the United States Abroad
The Spanish consulate general is one of 1818 foreign representations in the United States and one of 71 foreign representations in Miami. The Spanish consulate general in Miami is one of 588 Spanish diplomatic and consular representations abroad.
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Who can Visit the Spanish Consulate?
Anyone with a valid passport can visit the consulate to obtain one or more of its services.
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What Services do the Spanish Consulate Offer?
The Consulate of Spain in Miami offers a wide range of services for Spanish citizens. We provide the following services:
- Passports and visas,
- Certificates of nationality,
- Identification cards,
- Birth certificates,
- Marriage certificates,
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Common Visa Types
Citizens of qualified countries may be able to travel Spain without a visa. The most common types of Spain visas are the following.
- Short stay visas
- Spain transit visa
- Tourist/Visitor visa
- Business visa
- Cultural visa
- Long stay visas
- Student visa
- Work visa
- Au Pair visa
- Golden visa
- Entrepreneur visa
- Working holiday visa
Renew a Passport from Outside of Spain
Spanish citizens living or traveling abroad may be eligible to renew or apply for Spanish passports in a Spanish embassy or consulate in case of loss, damage, theft, expiry, approaching expiry date, or lack of free pages.
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