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Work Permit Waiver

As of July 1, 2024, citizens of Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, UK and USA no longer require a work permit issued by the Labor Authority of the Czech… more ►

Ethiopia: Visa Implementing Decision

In accordance with Art. 25a of the Visa Code (cooperation on the readmission of irregular migrants) and based on a report of the European Commission, Schengen Area Member States decided to… more ►

Visa Services in Ukraine

The Czech Embassy in Kiev and the Czech Consulate General in Lvov currently accept the following applications for visas and residence permits. Citizens of Ukraine continue to stay in CZE… more ►

Limited Visa Services for Russian and Belorussian Citizens

The Czech Republic applies a series of measures in response to the armed aggression against Ukraine perpetrated by the Russian Federation, with support of Belarus, including restricted visa… more ►

Information on ETIAS

Third countries´ citizens who do not require visas for short-term (up-to 90 days) travel to the Schengen Area will be required to obtain a travel authorization in the ETIAS system in the… more ►

Dresden Visa Centre: Visa Services in Schengen

As of May 2023, all visa services in the Schengen Area are provided by the Visa Centre of the Consulate General in Dresden. Click here to schedule appointment for visa/residence application… more ►

The Gambia: Visa Implementing Decision

In accordance with Art. 25a of the Visa Code (cooperation on the readmission of irregular migrants) and based on a report of the European Commission, Schengen area Member States decided to… more ►

Full Visa Services at All Consulates

All consulates have resumed full visa services as of April 9. Restrictions on visa issuance and travel stemming from the Protective Measure of the Ministry of Health have been lifted. It is now… more ►

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