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Condition for Entry to the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has been applying the rules of the Schengen agreement since December 2007. The rules of issuing the Visas allowing travels to the Czech Republic (Unified Schengen Visa) are governed by the Schengen Visa Code. The Visas are required from holders of Lebanese passports (ordinary, special and diplomatic). The passport has to be valid at least 3 months after the end of validity of the issued Visa. At minimum two pages have to be free (without any stamps) in the passport.

Detailed information about all types of visas and permissions for stay in the Czech Republic can be found on the page Information for Foreigners on the web site of the MFA of the Czech Republic.

You can find the procedure of the visa application submission here.

To download or print the list of required documents to submit the visa application for the Unified Schengen Visa use the the following link - Schengen Visa Condition List.

To download or print the application form for the Unified Schengen Visa use the following links.
1 Application for Schengen Visa
2 Žádost o udělení schengenského víza
3 طلب منح تأشيرة دخول منطقة شنغن

To download or print the application form for visa for stay in the Czech Republic for more then 90 days (visa type D) use the following link - Application form (visa type D).


To download or print the application form for a long term or permanent stay in the Czech Republic use the following link - Application form (long stay).

Useful information for traveling to the Czech Republic can be found on the web site of the state agency Czech Tourism.

The rules for export and import of the belongings and the custom laws can be found on the web site of the Custom Administration of the Czech Republic.

The rules governing movement and import of small animals (pets) can be found on the web site of the State Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic.


The information about the possibilities of the employment and work in the Czech Republic can be found on the web site of the "Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs" (do not forget to turn on English version, please).

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