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Visas and Residence permits - English version

 

Please note that the Czech Republic and France are member states of Schengen area.

If you want to visit the Czech Republic for a maximum of 90 days, you may need a short-stay Schengen visa. This depends on your nationality.

The short-stay Schengen visa (type “C”) allows you to stay in the Schengen area including the Czech Republic for a maximum of 90 days within a 180-day period. However, your visa is valid for a specific period. This period may be shorter than 90 days.

If you stay in France, we recommend you to study the articles  "Étranger en France : visa de court séjour et de transit Schengen" and "Visa de long séjour pour la France" on the web site Service-Public.fr.

Please read also the article "How to read the visa sticker".

In case of any doubt, please contact your prefecture in France or a French consulate abroad that issued your visa.

Calculator of travel days remaining under a Schengen short-stay visa

If you wish to stay longer in the Czech Republic, you have to apply for a visa for a stay of over 90 days (long-term visa) or a long-term residence permit.

 



 

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Visas and residence permits
 

You can find useful information about the Czech visas on the following web sites:

National Portal of Public Administration
Czech Ministry of Interior
Czech Foreign Ministry
Czech Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

 

Visa section
 

Please be advised that our Embassy does not have a visa section.

The Czech Embassy in Brussels is currently in charge of visas and residence permits.

The contact details are as follows:

Embassy of the Czech Republic
Visa Section
154, Avenue Adolphe Buyl
1050 Bruxelles

Tel.: +32/2/6418930
Fax: +32/2/6418944
E-mail: visa_brussels@mzv.cz
Web: http://www.mzv.cz/brussels/en/index.html

Kindly send to our Embassy in Brussels the copy (scan) of your national passport, last Schengen visa (if any) and last stamps of immigration authorities of EU member states. This will facilitate the process of evaluation of your request.