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Visa Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions regarding visa more ►

Family members of EU/EEA nationals

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Information for holders of British passports


Visa application form

How to get an application form for visa up to 90 days and visa over 90 days. more ►

How to make an appointment for a Schengen visa

If you wish to apply for a Schengen visa, you need to book an appointment in advance. more ►

Visa up to 90 days

For foreigners who are not family members of EU citizens. Please note that only applications with all of the supporting documents as follows will be accepted. more ►

Visa over 90 days

Foreigners who intend to stay in the Czech Republic for more than three months should apply for a long-stay visa. more ►

Visa over 90 days - STUDENTS

How to apply for a student visa for a stay over 90 days. more ►

Blue Card

Only a person holding the citizenship of the state, which is stated in the Decree of the Ministry of the Interior No. 461/2008 Coll., defining the list of states, whose citizens can apply for a Blue Card. more ►

Employee Card

An employee card is a new type of permit for long-time residence in the territory of the Czech Republic (CR) where the purpose of the foreign national’ stay (longer than 3 months) is employment. A foreign national who has an employee card is… more ►

Holders of diplomatic, service, official or special passports

Please contact the visa section in advance to find out if you need a visa. more ►

Visa fees

All visa fees are payable in British pounds when the application is submitted. Since it is a fee for the process, it is non-refundable.The visa fee can be paid in cash or postal orders, payable to the Czech Embassy, cheques are not accepted. more ►

Nationals not requiring a visa for tourism and short business trips to the Czech Republic

Authentication of official documents

Superlegalization, Apostille more ►