your best bet is to consult with an immigrations attorney. this is not a type of residency subcategory used a lot. My understanding is that it's very similar to the "job" visa category. Your employer must be registered with Migraciones and "sponsor" you etc.LOL, yes of course. I am trying to get temporary residency and a DNI while I am here because I plan to expatriate eventually. I've paid the RADEX fees after selecting the artist category, but technically I don't have an employment contract as an artist with anyone at the moment. However, I can likely find one, but I don't think it would be a long-term offer but a project-based one. Does anyone have experience with this kind of residency category?