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Partial resumption of visa activities at the Embassy in Jakarta

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

Visa services resumption is taking place as the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic continues. We therefore ask for applicants´ cooperation in observing hygienic rules when visiting the consulate. Applicants will be required to use hands´ disinfection, wear face masks and maintain at least 2 meters distance. The number of persons who can simultaneously enter the consulate premises will be limited.

We also ask for applicants´ understanding that the amount of applications that the consulate can accept and process while observing the preventive hygienic measures cannot approximate the amount of applications accepted and processed before the state of emergency.

Extent of visa services

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs aims to enable arrival of those foreign nationals who need visas to stay in the Czech Republic. However, at the same time, it will not be possible to accommodate all applicants in the midst of the pandemics. While observing the preventive hygienic measures, the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Jakarta can accept 10 Schengen visa applications and 10 long-term visa and long-term residence permit applications per week. For getting an application slot you may contact us at visa_jakarta@mzv.cz

The extent of the visa services currently provided remains limited – refer to the overview in Point III of this article.

For this specific purpose applications for Schengen visa of Family Members of EU citizens will be limited only for  following limited category of applicants:  A family member of an EU citizen is a family member of a citizen of any of the EU country or Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, who is a: spouse, parent if it concerns someone who supports an EU citizen under 21 with whom they live in a common household, child under 21 or such a child of the spouse of an EU citizen and dependent direct relative in an ascending or descending line or such a relative of the spouse of an EU citizen.

The extent of the visa services that consulates are currently allowed to provide is anchored in the Protective Measure of the Ministry of Health from July 17, 2020.

Further, we would like to draw your attention to Obligatory submission of document against introduction of infectious disease. You may find more information under the Point IV of this article.

Also, note that following the issuance of a permit of stay, there are regulations for Entry to the Czech Republic and quarantine measures. You may find more information under the  Point V of this article.