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Visa & Consular Section

Consular and visa section business hours and services for foreigners

VISA SECTION BUSINESS HOURS - APPOINTMENT NECESSARY FOR ALL OPERATIONS!

TUESDAY                                      09:30-12:30
WEDNESDAY                              09:30-12:30
THURSDAY                                  09:30-12:30

 

OPERATIONS HANDLED IN VISA SECTION BUSINESS HOURS:

  • short term „Schengen“ visa applications;
  • visa pick-ups (PICK -UP DATE GIVEN WHEN APPLYING FOR SCHENGEN VISA)

FOLLOWING OPERATIONS WILL BE HANDLED OUTSIDE REGULAR VISA BUSINESS HOURS

  • long-term visas;
  • legalizations
  • registry matters;
  • others

Appointments have to be made via the following e-mail: consul_hongkong@mzv.cz. Please see the "SCHENGEN VISA APPLICATION / LEGALIZATION APPOINTMENT" section for more details. We recommend to make appointments for long-term visa applications at least 3-4 weeks in advance, for Schengen visa 1 month  in advance (and you have to apply for the Schengen visa at least 2 weeks before your travel! - that is 1 month before travelling in total

 

OFFICIAL BOARD OF THE CONSULATE  for publishing of the documents that we could not deliver to the applicants can be foud here.

 

REMARKS:

  • Business languages of the consular section are English and Czech;
  • Passports are kept at the Consulate till the Schengen visa issuance. If you need to keep your passport, it must be delivered to the Consulate at least one working day before the visa issuance day;
  • Office is closed on Czech and Hong Kong holidays (see the main page for more info).

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