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At Scornik Gerstein LLP we have over 20 years of experience in Immigration and Nationality Law. Our firm has a network of Spanish law firms – IURISPAN – chaired by Mr Scornik Gerstein, providing legal advice throughout mainland Spain, the Balearic and the Canary Islands. These international contacts provide a wide range of knowledge of the steps required in immigration cases in Spain and other European countries. Our solicitors are highly qualified in immigration and nationality issues, and provide a serious, realistic and effective service to clients in Spanish, English, German and French.


Our Immigration Department offers legal advice in the following areas of Immigration Law:

  • Family reunion.
  • Working and Residence Permits as self-employed.
  • Working and Residence Permits for employees.
  • Residence Permit with non-profitable interests.
  • Residence for foreign students.
  • Renewal of permits and residencies.
  • Working and Residence Authorisations for periods shorter than one year.
  • Transfer of non-European workers employed by European companies doing business in different EEC-countries from one country to another (Judgement van der Elst of the High Tribunal of Justice of the European Community and Spanish Law 45/1999).
  • Acquisition of Spanish nationality and passport.
  • Judicial procedures in immigration matters: administrative resources: appeals, contentious-administrative procedures against resolutions rejecting Working Permits and expulsion orders from Spain.

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.




pdf iconSpanish Nationality by Naturalisation (Sephardic Community).pdf


pdf iconSpanish Investor Or Golden Visa.pdf


pdf iconBusiness Immigration Law - Spain.pdf


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