For everyone who is currently fleeing Ukraine and arrives in Spain! The Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration has just set up a specific section with information for displaced persons from Ukraine.
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If you are a Ukrainian national wishing to enter Spain, you do not need to apply for a visa if you have a biometric passport. Ukrainians with a biometric passport do not need a visa to enter the Schengen area.
If you are Ukrainian and wish to enter Spain, but do not have a biometric passport or travel documents, you can go to a consular office of a country bordering Ukraine (e.g. Poland, Romania, Hungary, etc.) to have your situation examined.
If you do not have a passport or any travel documents, please present your birth certificate or any document proving your identity, as well as, if available, any document proving your residence in Ukraine before 24 February 2022.
In the case of minors: birth certificate of the minor, certificate proving family ties or relationship with guardians or persons accompanying the minor and in charge of the minor.
Commission Communication providing operational guidelines for the management of the external borders to facilitate border crossing at the EU-Ukraine borders.
In the Schengen area, you can legally stay for up to 90 out of 180 days.
The emergency telephone number in Spain is 112.
The police telephone number is 091.
The telephone number for victims of gender violence is 016.
The contact details for the Ukrainian embassy in Spain are:
Calle Ronda de Abubilla, 52 28043 Madrid, Spain
Phone: +34917489360 / Phone: +34 913887178