What is the “Passport Delivered at Counter” application status of a Non lucrative Spain visa?

Question about the Non lucrative Spain visa

Our Non lucrative Spain visa application status has changed to “Passport Delivered at Counter”. I suppose it could mean either way; that they have refused or granted the visa, and our passports are ready for dispatch to us. Has anybody else seen this notification and if so, what was the outcome?


These are the answers of some Facebook group members:

”It sounds like great news!”

”That’s great news! Mine still says “Processing at Mission”

”I had the same message yesterday. I went today and picked it up with visa in. It means you have your visa”

”We went 5th September they said we would hear in 14 days, hope it’s a yes we complete on our English home 18 September, then it’s sofa surfing, the woman made loads of silly mistakes”

”Go for it”

In conclusion, according to Spainguru Facebook group members, “Passport Delivered at Counter” application status. is a positive indication of visa approval, with one member confirming they received their visa after seeing this status. Others are still in the processing phase or have mentioned delays and challenges faced during their consulate appointments. The general sentiment suggests cautious optimism about the visa outcome based on this status.