Spanish Consulate in Cordoba, Argentina

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The Spanish Consulate in Cordoba, Argentina.

Andrey and I are in the process of obtaining a Schengen Visa with Spain as our first port of entry. I was very happy to learn that there is a Spanish Consulate in Cordoba. This saves us a trip to Buenos Aires because you have to apply for the Schengen visa in person. We contacted the Spanish Consulate a couple of times prior to our visit to inquire about the process and documents that are required. A prompt response by the Consulate with all the  information and a formal appointment to come and see them.

The Spanish Consulate is centrally located in Cordoba and very easy to find. The office of the Consulate is situated in a beautiful white colonial building in a tree-lined street close to the city centre.

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Spanish Consulate in Cordoba Argentina

The  appointment was scheduled for 9 am and I was asked to stand in a row until it was my turn. The staff was very friendly and helpful and it took less than 20 minutes to have my documents checked and submitted. All my documents was in order before the time and I made copies of all the original documents.

Documents required by the Spanish consulate for a Schengen Visa.

It is important to submit all the documents required by the Spanish Embassy in order to obtain a Schengen visa. If you have any additional supporting documents, bring it with you.

  •  Completed and signed Schengen Visa application form;
  •  2 colour photos;
  •  Flight return tickets;
  • Proof of accommodation;
  •  Prepaid transport;
  •  If applicable, proof of prepaid tours ;
  •  Confirmation letter (original) from our Travel Insurance company saying that we have cover for 30,000 Euros, while on holiday.
  • Cash, travel cheques or credit card;
  • Passport valid for 6 months after travel;
  •  Application cannot exceed 90 days;
  • Permanent Residency permit if applying at a Spanish Consulate outside of your country of birth;
  •  The Visa fee in cash.

The process takes about 2 weeks and the Spanish Consulate will contact you either by email or by telephone to make an appointment to issue the Visa. They don’t keep your passport when you apply for the Visa. The issued visa, glued inside your passport will be ready for collection. Fingerprints are took on this day by one of the staff members.

The Spanish Consulate delivered a professional service and we can recommend them without hesitation.

  • ADDRESS: Bulevar Chacabuco, 875.- 5000 Córdoba, 5000
  • EMAIL:
  • PHONE: +54 351 469 74 90,
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