The temporary residence and work permit is what an employer or businessman requests to hire a worker that is not staying or residing in Spain.
The task that the worker will perform in the company must be included in the catalogue of difficult-to-cover occupations that the Public Employment Service publishes quarterly.
The employer must submit a signed contract and guarantee the worker a continuous activity during the period of validity of the authorization to reside and work.
Therefore, the employer must have sufficient financial, material or personal means for the business project and to meet the obligations assumed in the contract with the worker.
The temporary residence and work permit is granted to the foreigners that are not residing in Spain to carry out a lucrative activity as self-employed. To request it, the following requirements need to be meet:
- To have either enough economic investment or a commitment of support from financial institutions or from other sources.
- To have an establishment project or an activity to be carried out, indicating the expected investment, it expected profitability and, when applicable, the jobs that are likely to be generated.