I’m told Americans can travel to Spain as long as they have a health form filled out and a negative PCR test. Can anyone confirm or deny?
My(USA,22f) fiancé(21m) lives in Spain and we have been apart for nearly 6 months. After a massive failure to reunite in Mexico, we decided that the best thing would be to get me to Spain. Due to Covid, normal rules don’t necessarily apply, and most info online says that US citizens can’t come without a visa of some sort or special permission from the government.
From November 23 and on, Spain decided that visitors from “high risk” countries could come with a negative covid test and a health form. I can’t find anything that specifically addresses us citizens coming without a visa during this time, most of what I’m seeing is the same.
We have been working with lawyers for months now looking for ways to reunite, and our lawyers have insisted that I’m allowed to come with the negative PCR and health form, and say that they have confirmed this with the police multiple times. I do trust our lawyers but also feel nervous after what happened in Mexico (my fiancé was detained and sent back).
Does anyone have any information on this or has been able to successfully travel to Spain recently?