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Long-Term Visa/Residence Permit

Applications for Long-Term Visas and Long-Term Residence Permits are accepted only by appointment. The Embassy offers 12 slots per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 to 12:00. Out of them 18 are monthly designated for employee card applicants.

Slots for long-term visas and residence permits other than employee cards can be requested via email at visa_bangkok@mzv.cz

Slot request requirements:

  1. email subject must contain name, surname and date of birth of the applicant
  2. attachments:
    1. scan copy of applicant´s passport data page
    2. scan of a document providing a purpose of stay in the Czech Republic in the .pdf format (e.g. blue card - complete and signed employment contract, study purpose - acceptance letter of the university, family reunification - marriage certificate, birth certificate)
    3. Reservation Form (DOC, 24 KB)

No slot will be provided without the above mentioned attachments.

It is possible to ask for one slot for one applicant only!

Parents applying together with minor applicants can ask for a slot in the same email.

A preferred date of slot can be mentioned in the Reservation Form. Nevertheless, if the date is already fully booked, the applicant will be given a slot after the requested date.

An assigned slot cannot be changed. It can only be cancelled via visa_bangkok@mzv.cz. After the cancellation is confirmed, new request for a slot can be asked for.

For more information kindly see the section Long-term Visa/Residence Permit.

The above mentioned arrangement applies to citizens of Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

Citizens of other countries are eligible only if they poses a valid residence-permit in Thailand, Myanmar, Laos or Cambodia for the period longer than 1 year. In that case they have to attach a scan copy of the residence-permit to their slot reservation email. Exceptions to this rule can be consulted on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.