Visa and Consular Information
21 December 2007, the the Czech Republic became part of the Schengen area and at the same time started accepting the Schengen visas issued by another Schengen state for entry into and short-term stay (not exceeding 3 months) in its territory.
Detailed information for foreign nationals concerning the accession of the Czech Republic to the Schengen system is available in a form of a booklet in Czech, English and French (please note, that the booklet operates with the previously expected date of the expansion of the Schengen system, which was 31 December, 2007).
Extensive information base with articles concerning many aspects of the integration of the Czech Republic to the Schengen Area (and how this system works - including basic facts, "Schengen glossary", Frequently asked questions, documents to download and other useful links) is available at the Euroskop.cz website.
|Address:||Embassy of the Czech Republic
(street without official name, also known as St. Bechara Church Street)
Republic of Lebanon
|Mail Address:||Embassy of the Czech Republic
P. O. Box 40 195, Baabda
Republic of Lebanon
|Opening hours of the Visa Section for Lebanese citizens::||Monday: 08:30.- 12:00
Wednesday: 08.30 - 12.00
Friday: 08.30 - 12.00
|Opening hours of the Visa Section for Syrian citizens:||Tuesday: 08:30 - 12:00
Wednesday: 12.30 - 15.00
Thursday: 08.30 - 12.00
Applications for visas for citizens of Lebanon can be given in these office hours by prior telephone arrangement by calling (+961) 5929010 - 13
Applications for visas for citizens of Syria can be given in these office hours, upon prior request sent to email email@example.com
Opening hours the Consular Section for Czech citizens:
Every working day within working time (7.45 – 16.15) according to previous telephone agreement.
|Telephone:||+961 (0)5 929 010, 11, 12, 13|
|Fax:||+961 (0)5 922 120|
|Fax - Consular Section:||+961 (0)5 468 431|
|Emergency Telephone:||+961 (0)3 332 291|