Spanish Citizenship and Spanish passport for Sephardis
Having Sepharadic roots? you came to the right place!
The law granting Spanish citizenships for Sephardic Jews has been finally approved by the Spanish parliament on the 11th of June and it is without a doubt a historical day as modern Spain is trying to reconcile with its turbulent past with its Jews from the 15th century.
In practical terms, it means that as of 1st of October Sephardic Jews from all over the world will be able to submit their Spanish citizenship applications and claim their birthright.
The law requires two main things, first, to prove that the applicant is a descendent of the Sephardic Jews that were expelled from Spain and the second one is that the applicant could demonstrate a strong link to the Spanish culture and language.
Both requirements enhance the need of working with an experienced and knowledgeable Spanish immigration expert to help you bridge between your 520 years of family history and the rigid procedural requirements of the law.
If you wish to get your case assessed by our team please send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us (USA number) 310-229-5212 and one of our consultants will contact you as soon as possible.
About Lisa Advisors:
Founded in honor of our late and beloved Sephardic grandmother, Lisa Advisors is an international immigration consultancy firm with offices in Spain, Israel and the US and engages the unparalleled expertise of lawyers and consultants that allow us to give the personal and professional experience our clients deserve while processing their Spanish citizenship applications.
Having offices in these countries allows us to give an excellent service headed by a result oriented team and an intimate, case-by-case attention to our clients throughout the entire application process. Our branches ensure that the applications that are submitted on behalf of our clients are being followed and monitored closely by us at all times.
In addition, having global offices provides us the ability to locate original documents necessary for the application of Sephardic Jews from Morocco, Turkey and other countries.