Are you allowed to work in Spain? Work Permits explained.
EU and Swiss Nationals do not need a work permit to gain employment in Spain, and on a tourist visa you may stay in the country for up to 3 months. If however you wish to stay longer you will need to apply in person for a Residence Certificate at the Oficina de Extranjeros in the province in which you are residing. You will then be issued a Residence Certificate. When applying for a Residence Certificate you also have to provide proof of a means of supporting yourself and may be required to show that you have healthcare insurance. Non-EU citizens will need a visa and a work permit to work i... read more

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