This visa is intended for applicants travelling to visit Spain as their main destination for the purpose of recreation/tourism or visiting friends/family. This visa does not allow the visa holder to work in Spain apart from the purpose stated at the time of application.
Only legal residents of Bahrain who has valid Bahrain residency that covers the entire duration of the trip (‘til the date of return) can apply at the Visa Application Center.
The Embassy reserves the right to call on applicants for interview if further details or documents are required.
For Lithuania visa, applicants are requested to send an Email to Embassy of Spain, Kuwait at firstname.lastname@example.org before Bookings and Appointment.
Those who want to travel to Portugal need authorization from Embassy of Portugal in Abu Dhabi before applying visa.
Refugee Passport and any other Special case Passport Applicant are requested to send an Email to Embassy of Spain, Kuwait at email@example.com before Bookings and Appointment.
Visa applicants must submit their application in person and enrol their biometric (fingerprints) at the time of submission if they are 12 years old and above.
Only applicants travelling within the next 6 months (180 days) can submit their application.This period is extended to 9 months in the case of seamen.
Incomplete, unclear or unsigned applications will not be accepted; and the visa application can only be processed upon receipt of all documents required by the Embassy (see List of required documents).
Visa fees are non-refundable and have to be paid only in cash at the time of submission.
If the visit involves two or more Schengen countries, the Embassy responsible for the issuance of the visa will be:
The Embassy of the country in which the traveller is going to stay the longest.
If the duration of stay is the same for all Schengen state, the Embassy of the country of first entry.
Applicants should read attentively the information provided on this site, and must take an appointment through
Call Centre No: +973 17000278
Kindly schedule your appointment to submit your application.
Applicants can choose to lodge visa applications directly at the Embassy of Spain in Kuwait (subject for appointment with the Embassy).
Please Note: There is a service charge of USD 18.790 per application over and above the visa fees payable by all applicants. Minors below 6 years of age are exempted from the visa fees and service charge.
|CATEGORY||VISA FEE (IN USD)|
|Tourist(12 years old and above)||97.00|
|6 – 11 years old||49.00|
|Below 6 years old||Gratis (Free-of-charge)|
Countries with a visa facilitation agreement with the European Union and children between the ages of 6-11 years. The Schengen visa fee amounts to USD 43.00, for national of Albania, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Fyrom, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine. Ukraine nationals who are holding bio metric passports do not need Schengen visa.
The Visa fees can be paid by Cash only and subject to change. We accept visa fees in US Dollars only.
All fees are non-refundable.
Please read the below requirements carefully and ensure that you have the complete documents upon submission, to avoid inconveniences:
For applicants below 17 years old, parental authorization signed by both parents must be submitted along with both parent’s passport copy or civil ID copy.
Note: All applicants travelling for any reason are required to submit their original 6 months updated bank statement (if it is printed through the internet, bank statement should be stamped by the issuing bank).
Note: We regret we cannot accept photographs that do not meet these requirements
Please provide one recent photograph (not more than 6 months old) of yourself, which should not have been used previously in the passport. The photograph should be in colour and:
Note: Please follow these instructions carefully. If photographs presented do not meet these requirements your application will be considered incomplete. A photo booth meeting these requirements is available at the centre..
Under normal circumstances, the processing of applications can take up to 15 days to 45 days.
The above period does not guarantee that applications will be processed within that certain duration; the period may be extended up to a maximum of 60 calendar days in individual cases, notably when further scrutiny of the application is needed or in cases of representation where the authorities of the represented Member state are consulted.
When additional documentation is needed in specific cases, the period may be extended up to a maximum of 60 calendar days.