In order to legally work and stay in the Czech Republic a foreigner might be required to obtain certain permits, the type of permits varies depending on the nationality and actual situation. For immigration compliance the main difference is between EU and non-EU nationals (including EEC nationals – Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein – and Swiss nationals).
Although the Czech immigration process has a reputation for being quite challenging, experience however learns that if the application process is started on time and with the correct information it can be concluded without complications. IBS has successfully obtained permits for customers originating from over 40 different countries and thanks to our extensive experience several embassies in Prague are referring expatriates to IBS for specialized support.
We will guide you through the application process step by step, providing you with detailed information on which documents are required including examples of the necessary documents. Where possible IBS will apply for the documents on your behalf and we will arrange for the required notarized copies and sworn translations. Our relocation consultants will accompany you during the required visits of the Czech authorities in Prague, reducing waiting times and stress.