How to request an appointment with the consulates of Spain in Morocco

Get appointments at the Spanish consulates in Morocco for residence visas.

We explain how to get appointments for residence visas at the main Spanish consulates in Morocco located in the cities of Rabat and Casablanca.

We are going to explain how to make an appointment for a national residence visa for Spain from Morocco.

In principle, there are up to 9 Spanish consular sections in Morocco, the main sections are in Rabat and Casablanca, which account for most of the applications for national residence visas, so we are going to focus on these two consular sections.

1. Consular section in Rabat

In the case of Rabat, at the moment you can get an appointment if you go in person on Fridays from 10 am to 12 noon, you must go with your passport and they will attend to you to give you an appointment, but every Friday you must queue from 8 am or even earlier to get that appointment.

How to request an appointment with the consulates of Spain in Morocco

2. Consular section in Casablanca

In the case of Casablanca, in order to get an appointment we must apply for it through the BLS computer system, we must be very attentive to this computer system because there are times when there is a whole month in which there are no appointments to apply for.

In addition, we are aware that there are informatics or software that detect and book appointments as soon as they are published.

Therefore, Casablanca can be a bit complicated when it comes to getting an appointment, especially if we are not very attentive or if we do not contact people who handle these computer programs to get appointments, unfortunately this is the reality when it comes to getting an appointment in Casablanca and we do not know of any other way to get it.

We hope that this information on how to get an appointment in the two most important Spanish consular sections in Morocco has helped you and we are at your disposal to offer you help and advice on whatever you need.

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