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How Long Do You Have to Have Left on Your Passport to Travel to Spain?

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Spain is a member of the EU and as such, you do not need to have a specific amount of time left on your passport to travel. However, your passport has to be valid when travelling to Spain for the proposed duration of your stay though it is practical to have a short period of extra validity on your passport in case of any unforeseen delays.
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One is required to have a passport that is valid for the duration of time that he or she intends to stay in Spain. Usually, a passport can be renewed at any time; the extra period is carried forward to the new validity date up to nine months.
A person travelling to Spain from the UK has no minimum validity set for his/her passport. This is a privilege EU member countries enjoy though the only requirement is that the passport has to be valid for the entire period of a stay in Spain. Travellers are, however, advised to check for the up to date European Community regulations before travelling as the regulations change regularly.
Spain is a member state of the EU and as such is subject to the rules and restrictions held by the EU. It is a free spirited country that would allow valid passport holders in the country until the expiry date lapses.
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