Getting a residence permit in Czech Repuplic

 
The right to unlimited residence in the territory of the Czech Republic
Visa-free entry to the Schengen countries
The right to receive education in Czech educational institutions, including free of charge
The right to self-employment throughout the Czech Republic
Possibility to get a loan from a Czech Bank at a reduced rate
The right to obtain permanent residence after 5 years
Ways to get a residence permit in Czech Republic

1. Study in higher educational institutions of the Czech Republic or conduct research activities
2. Employment opportunity
3. Residence permit through investment
4. Business migration (having your own business in the Czech Republic)
5. Family reunion
    Main terms and conditions for obtaining a residence permit:

    Before obtaining Czech citizenship or a residence permit, the applicant must prepare a set of documents and an application in the prescribed form. It is important to note that the submission of papers is carried out only in person. It is not possible to submit documents online. At this stage, the applicant may be interviewed at the Consulate.

    • The absence of a criminal record
    Documentary evidence of the absence of a valid criminal record in the country of citizenship.
    • Age
    Minimum age is 18 y.o
    • Health insurance
    Provide valid health insurance
    • Owning a real estate
    Document the availability of your own or rented housing.

        There is a standard set of documents for applying for a residence permit in the Czech Republic:

        • Passport
        • Completed application form for obtaining a residence permit
        • Health insurance
        • Birth certificate
        • Two photos
        • Certificate of non-criminal record
        • Financial security document (Bank statement)
        • Proof of residence in the Czech Republic (certificate of purchase of real estate or lease for a period of at least one year)
        • * For entrepreneurs: an extract from the register stating that you are the owner/co-owner of a Czech company; a certificate of absence of debts from the tax office and the social security office of the Czech Republic
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