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Business Hours and Czech State Holidays

Consular Department of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Skopje
Address: Perisha Savelikj 3,
1000 Skopje

Telephone:

00389-2-3081200, 00389-2-3081102 (extension 22 or 23)

Fax:

00389/2/3081100

 

E-mail:

Visa_Skopje@mzv.cz (only for visa application appointments) 

Consulate_Skopje@mzv.cz
​(for questions concerning visa and consular issues)

Visa application submission:

 

Tuesday, Thursday:  09:00  - 16:00 submission of Schengen visa applications (up to 90 days) (with already made appointment)

Monday, Wednesday: 09:00 - 16:00 submission of long term visas and residence permits (more than 90 days) (with previously made appointment)

Friday: 9:00 – 14:00 – Czech citizen´s agenda

Appointments for visa:

 

 

To submit an application for Short-term Schengen visa or long-term visa or residence permit to the Czech Republic, kindly send a request for an appointment to visa_skopje@mzv.cz. This email is set up for registration of appointments only!

If you have standard questions concerning visa and consular issues please use the address consulate_skopje@mzv.cz

Thank you for your understanding

Information for the public by phone: Monday – Thursday from 13:00 until 15:00.

 

The application forms for requesting a visa / resident permit are available in several languages on the web site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic: www.mzv.cz/visaform.

Schengen visa costs 35 € for the citizens of North Macedonia and 80 € for the citizens of Kosovo. The fee is paid for the submitting of the application, not for granting the visa.

Apart from that the fee for submitting an application for a new assessment of the reasons for visa refusal at the amount of 60 €.

 

The Czech Embassies abroad celebrate the Czech national holidays.

On the following days, also the Consular Department remains closed:

Czech National Holidays:
01.01. The Day of the Restoration of the Independent Czech State (The independent Czech Republic was created in 1993, after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia)
08.05. Liberation Day (1945, marks the end of the European part of World War II)
05.07. Day of the Slavic Apostles Cyril and Methodius (In 863, Church teachers St. Cyril (Constantine) and Metoděj (Methodius) came from the Balkans to Great Moravia to propagate the Christian faith and literacy.) 
06.07. John Hus Day (The religious reformer Jan Hus was burned at the stake in 1415.)
28.09. Czech Statehood Day (In 935, St. Wenceslaus, Duke of Bohemia, now patron of the Czech State, was murdered by his brother.)
28.10. Anniversary of the establishment of indipendent Czechoslovakia (1918)
17.11.  Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day (Commemorating the student demonstration against Nazi occupation in 1939 and the demonstration in 1989 that started the Velvet Revolution.)

Other national holidays:
01.01. New Year's Day                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
Movable feast - Easter Holiday (Easter is celebrated from Friday until Monday)
01.05. Labour Day
24.12. Christmas Eve
25.12. Christmas Day
26.12. St. Stephen's Day (in Czech: "Second Christmas Day")