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Representation Arrangements for Schengen Visa Issuance

Visa Code states that Member States should be present for visa purposes in all third countries whose nationals are subject to visa requirements. Members States lacking their own consulate in a given third country should endeavor to conclude representation arrangements in order to be represented in a given third country by a local consulate of another Member State.

Therefore, the Czech Republic negotiates with other Member States to conclude representation arrangements for Schengen visa issuance purpose in the third countries where the Czech Republic lacks own consulate and where the nationals are subject to visa requirements.  

Czech Republic receives similar requests for representation in the third countries where the Czech Republic is present from other Member States as well.

When the representation arrangement is concluded, the consulate of the representing Member State accepts applications for short term visas on behalf of the represented Member State in the third country agreed. Applications have to fulfill requirements set by the representing consulate that is also making a decision on granting visas. Representation arrangements enable applicants to submit their visa applications in the country of their usual residence instead of traveling to the respective consulate in a different country and they significantly simplify access to the consular posts in order to apply for Schengen visas.

Applications for long term visas are not subject of representation arrangements and the applicants should submit their visa applications at the respective consulate of the Czech Republic.

Czech Republic concluded representation arrangements for the purpose of the Schengen visa issuance with the respective EU Member States:

1. The Slovak Republic: The Czech Republic represents the Slovak Republic since December 5th, 2011 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The citizens of Mongolia and third country citizens who legally reside in Mongolia with long term or permanent permit can apply for their Schengen visa at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ulaanbaatar, provided the fact that their main destination of trip is Slovakia. Visa procedure is identical to anybody, who is primarily travelling to the Czech Republic. Because the representation is on the full basis, the Embassy of the Czech Republic can also take decisions about refusal and possible appeals. The supporting documents can be subjected in Czech, Slovak, English or Mongolian language. The nearest contact Embassy of Slovakia is in China:

The Embassy of the Slovak Republic
Ritan Lu, Jianguomen Wai, 100 600 Beijing
tel: (0086) (10) 6532-1530, 6532-1531, 6532-1537
fax: (0086) (10) 6532- 4814
cell: (0086) 1391 1792 084 (emergency calls)
E-mail: emb.bejing@mzv.sk

2. Hungary: The Czech Republic represents Hungary since May 1st, 2013 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The citizens of Mongolia and third country citizens who legally reside in Mongolia with long term or permanent permit can apply for their Schengen visa at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ulaanbaatar, provided the fact that their main destination of trip is Hungary. Visa procedure is identical to anybody, who is primarily travelling to the Czech Republic. Because the representation is on the full basis, the Embassy of the Czech Republic can also take decisions about refusal and possible appeals. The supporting documents can be subjected in Czech, English or Mongolian language with translation. The nearest contact Embassy of Hungary is in China. The holders of diplomatic passports get their visa free of charge.

The Embassy of Hungary in China
San Li Tun, Dong Zhi Men Wai No. 10., 100 600 Beijing
tel: (0086) (10) 6532-1431, 6532-1432, 6532-1433
fax: (0086) (10) 6532-5053
E-mail: mission.pek@mfa.gov.hu
Web: www.kormany.hu/en/ministry-of-foreign-affairs

3. Estonia: The Czech Republic represents Estonia starting July 18th, 2013 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The citizens of Mongolia and third country citizens who legally reside in Mongolia with long term or permanent permit can apply for their Schengen visa at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ulaanbaatar, provided the fact that their main destination of trip is Estonia. Visa procedure is identical to anybody, who is primarily travelling to the Czech Republic. Because the representation is on the full basis, the Embassy of the Czech Republic can also take decisions about refusal and possible appeals. The supporting documents can be subjected in Czech, English or Mongolian language with translation. The nearest contact Embassy of Estonia is in China.

The Embassy of Estonia in China
Beijing Lufthansa Center
Office Bulding: C-617/C-618
No. 50, Liangmaqiao Road, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100125, China
tel: (0086) (10) 6463-7913
fax: (0086) (10) 6463-7908
E-mail: embassy.beijing@mfa.ee
Web: www.peking.vm.ee/est

4. Poland: The Czech Republic represents Poland starting January 10th, 2014 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The citizens of Mongolia and third country citzens who legally reside in Mongolia with long term or permanent permit can apply for their Schengen visa at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ulaanbaatar, provided that fact that their main destination of trip is Poland. Visa procedure is identical to anybody,who is primarily travelling to the Czech Republic. Because the representation is on the full basis, the Embassy of the Czech Republic can also take decision about refusal and possible appeals. The supporting documents can be subjected in Czech, English or Mongolian language with translation. The nearest contact Embassy of Poland is in China:

The Embassy of Poland in China
1, Ritan Lu, Jianguomenwai
Beijing 100600, China
tel: (0086) (10) 653 21 35, 653 21 36
fax: (0086) (10) 653 23 567
Email: pekin.amb.wk@msz.gov.pl
Web: www.beijing.msz.gov.pl