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Visa services at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Dublin - information on reopening

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Dublin is resumimg the visa services as of 1st July 2020. Due to the situation of the COVID-19 epidemic and the current travel advice to avoid all the non-essential travels put in place by the Irish government, the visa application process is going to work on a limited base, complying with hygienic measures.

Appointments can only be arranged by emailing: consulate_dublin@mzv.cz


As of July 13th applicants for Schengen visas and long-term visas and residence permits for purposes of economic and education activities are obliged to submit document on fulfilling requirements against introduction of infectious disesease: Confirmation of an entity receiving in the teritory of the Czech Republic a third country citizen for the purpose of economic activity or educational activity (DOCX, 136 KB) Schengen visa applicants upon lodging the application, long-term visa applicants when collecting the visa. 


It is responsability of the applicant to check the conditions of entry to the Czech Republic: The rules for entering the territory of the Czech Republic and quarantine measures are defined by the Ministry of Health. List of countries with a low risk of COVID-19 contagion is ca be found here: Low risk countries (PDF, 18 KB). Quarantine measures and RT-PCR test conditions are the responsibility of the Ministry of Health.

More detailed information regarding the stay of third country nationals in the Czech Republic can be found here.

Kindly refer to the website of the Ministry of the Interior, primarily to the pdf-format table titled "Conditions for entry of persons to the territory of the Czech Republic in accordance with the Ministry of Health Protective Measure."