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How to register for appointment

Foreigners interested in submitting a visa/residence permit application may request an allocation of a term of appointment on the 10th day of each month starting at 00.00 a.m.  for the following month. In case that the 10th day of a month is not a working day in the Czech Republic, you may ask for an allocation of a term of appointment the first following working day starting at 00.00 a.m.

The request should be entirely sent by electronic mail to e-mail address visa_warsaw@mzv.cz. In the request the following data must be stated: name, surname, birth date, citizenship, the information whether a foreigner is a holder of the Polish, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish or Icelandic residence permit card, what is the purpose of the visa/residence permit application. Furthermore the interested person is obliged to include to his/her e-mail a scan of a document proving the purpose of stay – a document, which will be submitted at the Embassy together with the application. Moreover the interested person is obliged to include to his/her e-mail a scan of the residence permit card, if the obligation to submit such a document is relevant in his/her case.

 In one e-mail just one applicant can be mentioned; this rule doesn’t apply to members of one family.  We would like to draw your attention to the fact that the number of foreigners interested in submitting their applications substantially exceeds the Embassy`s capacity.

In principle, the Embassy is able monthly to allocate slots to 73 interested persons, who intend to submit an application for a long-term visa or a residence permit. This figure may every month slightly differ depending on a number of working days or, eventually,  due to  organizational reasons on the Embassy's side.

We would like to draw your attention to the basic rule, according to which documents (Extract from the Penal register record, matrimonial documents), issued by EU member states (e.g. Polish, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish or Icelandic), must bear an apostille. Such a requirement is not going to be applied under the condition only, that documents in question have been issued by the state, in relation to which a bilateral agreement is in force stipulating that public documents issued by such a state (e.g. Poland) do not need any higher verification to be used in proceedings on the territory of the Czech Republic.