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Recognizing the Georgian vaccination certificate by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic

According to the list of recognized vaccination certificates of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, the vaccination certificate issued in Georgia is also recognized as of 11.10.2021. more ►

Resuming the visa agenda

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By a change in the Protective Measure of the Ministry of Health, from 01.10.2021 it is possible to submit all applications for long-term visa, long-term residence (including employee card) and permanent residence at the Embassy of the Czech… more ►

Booking appointments for visa applications and stays

Booking an appointment to apply for a visa or stay is only possible via email. The following rules apply. more ►

Refund of the fee for a canceled lottery

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Those, who registered at the Embassy on the 28th of February and 6th of March 2020 to arrange a date for applying for an employee card, do not fall under the Highly Qualified Employee Program and Key Scientific Staff Program, and paid the… more ►

Public holidays and other holidays in 2021

The consular section will be closed on these days: more ►

Information for foreigners: adaptation-integration course

From January 1, 2021 starts obligation for foreigners to complete an adaptation-integration course. Information can be found here: https://www.mvcr.cz/clanek/adaptacne-integracni-kurzy.aspx more ►

Requirement for a document confirming compliance with the requirements of the measure before the introduction of an infectious disease from 13. 7. 2020

Without this document, it will not be possible to issue visas for the purpose of economic activity or educational activities from 13 July 2020. more ►

Visa-free travel to Schengen zone for Georgian citizens

Starting from 28th March 2017, Georgian biometric passport holders may travel to the EU/Schengen countries without visas in the period not exceeding 90 days within any 180-day period. The short-term visa is still needed if the purpose of… more ►

Czech Republic has classified Georgia to be safe country of origin

Effective from 20th April 2019, Georgia (except from South Ossetia and Abkhazia) was ranked to the list of safe country of origin determined by Czech Ministry of Interior Regulation No. 328/2015 Coll. Thus, the asylum applications of Georgian… more ►