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Conditions of entry into the country for Ukrainians
To enter Spain, Ukrainians need a biometric passport, which will be valid for more than 6 months at the time of entry into the country.
Refugees from Ukraine can enter Spain without a biometric passport only by land from other Schengen countries.
If you do not have a biometric passport, you need to contact the nearest diplomatic/consular office of Ukraine in the EU to obtain a certificate confirming your identity and citizenship. You must have an identity document with you (for example, an internal passport of Ukraine) and, if available, a document confirming residence in Ukraine until February 24, 2022.
The Spanish authorities have abolished the requirements of vaccination certificates, certificates of recovery or tests, as well as the SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH form for Ukrainians.
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Rules for entering the country with a child
For minors to enter, a birth certificate and a document confirming the relationship and authority of the child’s legal representative are required.
Rules for entering the country with animals
To enter Spain with pets, you must present:
- the presence of a microchip,
- rabies vaccination,
- titration of antibodies taken at least 30 days after vaccination and three months before relocation,
- an international certificate or passport that specifies vaccinations and an antibody test.
Dogs, cats and ferrets under the age of 7 months are not allowed in the country, as the necessary vaccinations and antibody tests have not yet been carried out.