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Consular and Visa Fees

The exact amount for each fee is determined by Czech Law (No. 634/2004 Coll) and are therefore non-negotiable.
The exact shekel amount for payments in cash  is determined on the first day at the beginning of each month based on the current exchange rate between Czech Crown and Israeli Shekel.

Consular and Visa fees can be pain in cash or by credit/debit cards at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tel Aviv. If you pay by credit/debit card, you need to enter a valid PIN number.

Fees paid by credit/debit cards are collected in Czech crowns (CZK) to a bank account in the Czech Republic.  The exception is payment for so called Schengen Visa, the fees are charged in EUR.

Your bank may charge you a transaction fee. We recommend you to check the amount of the fee. Thank you for your understanding. 

We accept: Mastercard, Mastercard Electronic, Maestra, VISA, VISA Electron, V Pay, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, Union Pay, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Garmin Pay.

Fees paid in cash are accepted in New Israeli Shekels.

You will find the price list for the current month in enclosed Excel sheet.


Fees May 2024 79 KB XLS (Excel document) May 6, 2024