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Consular information and visas

For legalization services, civil registry agenda, state citizenship agenda, establishment of data boxes and reissuing of the access data for them, applications for biometric passports and issuing them, applicatins for Schengen visas, applications for long-term residence in the Czech Republic, applications for Czech Point operations, it is required that the applicant schedules an appointment in advance at this embassy in writing at its address indicated above or by e-mail (consulate_bucharest@mzv.cz or bucharest@embassy.mzv.cz).  

Based on the submitted application, the applicant will obtain a binding term in writing from the consular section of the embassy. 

Termination of the Visa Agenda at the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Bucharest


Embassy of the Czech Republic in Bucharest informs that in connection with Romania’s full implementation of the Schengen acquis the visa and residence permit agenda at the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Bucharest… more ►

Schengen Information System - SIS

The leaflet in the pdf annex provides information on the purpose of the Schengen Information System (SIS). more ►

Changes to the conditions for accepting applications for long-term visas

In connection with the amendment of Act No. 326/1999 Coll. on the residence of foreigners in the territory of the Czech Republic, there was a change in the conditions for submitting applications applicable to applicants for long-term visas. Thus… more ►

European travel information and authorisation system (ETIAS)

The introduction of ETIAS aims to improve internal security, prevent illegal immigration, protect public health and reduce delays at the borders by identifying persons who may pose a risk in one of these areas before they arrive at the external… more ►

Information on the opening of the visa center in Dresden

The Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Dresden opened a visa centre on 2 May 2023. Visa Centre accepts applications for long-term visas and residence permits of non-EU citizens. more ►

Consular Department Accepts Card Payments as of May 1, 2021


Embassy of the Czech Republic in Bucharest would like to inform that the consular section starts accepting payments for consular and visa fees by electronic payment cards as of May 1, 2021. more ►

New Obligation for Foreigners as of 1 January 2021


How to lodge a complaint

Information how to file a complaint, what are deadlines for executing a complaint, which identification data should a complaint involve etc. more ►