Frequent question: How do I get a long term Czech visa?

What is long-term visa in Czech Republic?

Long-term visa is issued as a Czech national visa with Schengen visa properties, i.e. while allowing to stay on the Territory of the Czech Republic up to 1 year, the Long-term Visa grants a possibility of the stay in the Schengen area for a maximum of 90 days within a half-year.

How do I extend my long-term visa in Czech Republic?

You are entitled to lodge an application for extension of the validity and of the stay on a long-term visa, on condition that your purpose of stay persists, at earliest 90 days and at latest before the period of validity or period of permitted stay in the territory expires.

How can I get permanent residency in Czech Republic?

Permanent Residence Permit in the Czech Republic for non-EU citizens

  1. application form.
  2. passport.
  3. 1 passport sized photograph.
  4. proof of you residing in the Czech Republic for at least five years.
  5. proof of accommodation.
  6. proof of sufficient income.
  7. Czech language exam.

What are the benefits of permanent residence in Czech Republic?

Permanent resident status means you are permitted:

free access to the labor market; to seek employment just like a Czech citizen; to conduct business just like a Czech citizen.

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What is Type D visa in Czech Republic?

D Visa: long-term, for stays longer than 90 days, up to 12 months, only in Czech Republic, C+D Visa: ‘mixed-term’, this type you need for relocating to Czech Republic.

How do I become a permanent resident of Prague?

To the application for permanent residence of third country citizen is necessary to pass:

  1. Passport.
  2. Proof of 5 years of continuous residency in the territory of the Czech Republic.
  3. Two photography.
  4. Proof of accommodation.
  5. Proof of financial coverage.
  6. Proof of passed the Czech language exam for foreigners.

Is Czech Republic part of Schengen?

Germany, Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland have all acceded to the Schengen Agreement and are thus

How long it takes for visa extension?

Currently, the average Tier 2 visa extension processing time under the standard service is around eight weeks.