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Application form for Schengen visas


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The Embassy will be closed on 28 October

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Baku will be closed on 28 October - the Czechoslovak Inependence Day, celebrated as a state holiday in the Czech Republic. more ►

As of 1 September 2021, only COVID-19 vaccination, immunity or contraindication certificate holders may visit the Czech Embassy in Baku


In accordance with the measures implemented at the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan in order to prevent a further spread of COVID-19, only holders of certificates including a QR code and proving vaccination or immunity against this… more ►

Only essential travel to the Czech Republic permitted


Free movement of persons throughout the country is restricted while only essential travel into the Czech Republic is permitted. As a result, tourist trips as well as those with the purpose of visiting friends in the Czech Republic are not… more ►

Partial resumption of visa services


As of August 1, 2020, the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Baku will – in limited extent and amounts – resume provision of visa services to the public. more ►

New rules of registration of applicants for employment cards

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Baku announces that a new system of registration for appointments of applicants for employment cards from Azerbaijan has been launched, based on registration cycles. At the Embassy in Baku, the length of each… more ►

Picking up passports from the Czech Embassy

As a result of the declaration of a state emergency by the government of the Czech Republic, the decision making process on all Schengen visa applications has been suspended. Applicants for Schengen visas whose passports are still at the Czech… more ►

Declaring a state of emergency, the Czech Republic stops accepting visa applications and issuing visas until further notice and takes further measures restricting access of foreigners to the country


The Government of the Czech Republic declared a state of emergency until 17 May 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the Czech Embassy in Baku was ordered to stop, with immediate effect, to accept all (short and long term)… more ►

Information on COVID-19 coronavirus for foreigners traveling to the Czech Republic

On 10 March 2020, the Minister of Health issued an emergency measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the Czech Republic. This measure applies to foreigners who do not have permanent or temporary residence in the Czech Republic or do not… more ►

Long term visas and residence permits (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF EMPLOYMENT CARDS): system of registration of applicants at the Czech Embassy

An appointment for submitting a long term visa or residence permit application (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF EMPLOYMENT CARDS – SEE BELOW FOR FURTHER INFORMATION) must be registered in advance by sending an email to visa_baku@mzv.cz. Please note… more ►

Starting from 1st January 2018 the working hours of the Consular section will be changed


Short-term visa (up to 90 days) and authentication of documents: Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9:30 to 12:00 Long-term visa (over 90 days): Tuesdays from 9:15 to 12:00 and 13:15 to 16:00 Pasport/visa collecting times:Mondays, Thursdays… more ►

Information Publications for Foreigners

www.mvcr.cz/docDetail.aspx?docid=21794711&doctype=ART more ►

Overview of the Ministry of Interior offices

On website placed bellow you can find overview of the Ministry of the Interior (Department for Asylum and Migration Policy) offices on the territory of the Czech Republic, including telephone numbers and opening hours: more ►