Apostilles need translations for the non lucrative Spain visa? Miami Consulate

Question about the non lucrative Spain visa

Does anyone know if apostilles need translations? Using the Miami consulate for my non lucrative Spain visa application.


These are the answers of some Facebook group members:

“Yes they do. I’m waiting on my FBI check to come back.”

“I got the background check from the FL department of Law Enforcement… It came back in about a week and a half. Then I drove to Tallahassee to get the apostille – same day. I’m getting everything translated now

“Who did you use for translation? I have to get my FBI check done and apostilles in Washington (federal apostilles). Miami said no State background any more”

“I got mine 2 years ago. In Florida you could request the FBI letter from Tallahassee in Spanish, saving a translation.”

“Spainguru recommends these sworn translators: https://spainguru.es/recommended-spanish-sworn-translators-registered-with-ministry-foreign-affairs/