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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 ►

Registration for lottery for the Employee Cards are suspended

Due to the state of emergency in the Czech Republic and in Georgia starting 13.3.2020 the Czech Embassy in Tbilisi have suspended registration for lottery for the Employee Card Application. Applicants that have already been admitted into the… more ►

Registration Dates for the Employee Card Application Appointments - Lottery/Draw

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tbilisi is pleased to announce that the submission dates for registration into the subsequent lottery/draw are February 28, 2020, March 6 and March 13, 2020. more ►

Launching of the registration for appointment date for Schengen (short-stay) Visa for the purpose of employment

Due to the state of emergency in the Czech Republic registration for Schengen work visa is suspended. Further information will be published after the withdrawal of the crisis measures. more ►

New rules of registration of appointment date for Schengen (short – stay) Visa for the purpose of employment

Due to the capacity reasons from 5th February 2020 the rules of registration of appointment date for the Schengen (short – stay) Visa for the purpose of employment applicants have been changed in the Embassy of the Czech Republic in… more ►

New rules of registration of appointment date for Employee Card applicants

In connection with the Regulation of the Government No. 220/2019 Coll. of 26th August 2019, the rules of registration of appointment date for Employee Card applicants have been changed in the Embassy of the Czech… more ►

Quotas for Employee Card and long-term business visa applications submission

Annual quota of 270 applications for Employee Cards and 8 applications for long-term visas for business purpose has been determined for the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tbilisi by the Regulation of the Government No. 220/2019 Coll. of 26th… 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 ►