Work Permit in the Czech Republic
Our team is simplifying the process of obtaining a work visa in the Czech Republic. With tailored services and a commitment to efficiency, we streamline your journey to secure your residence and work permits.
Our service portfolio includes legal support and essential documentation preparation, designed specifically for clients seeking a work permit in the Czech Republic. Entrusting your residence and work permit journey to us ensures professional assistance and significantly enhances your chances of success.
Types of work permits in the Czech Republic
The employee card is a type of residence permit available in the Czech Republic for non-EU citizens who have been offered employment in the country. The card combines both the work permit and the residence permit into one document, making it easier for employees to live and work legally in the Czech Republic. To be eligible for the employee card, applicants must have a job offer from a Czech employer and meet certain requirements.The employer must also demonstrate that they were unable to fill the position with a Czech or EU citizen before hiring a non-EU citizen. The employee card is valid for a period of up to two years, with the possibility of renewal. It allows the holder to work for the specific employer stated on the card and to reside in the Czech Republic for the duration of the card's validity. After five years of legal residence in the Czech Republic, employee card holders may apply for permanent residence and after ten years apply for citizenship.
Advantages of Employee and Blue Card in the Czech Republic
With an Employee or Blue card, you can bring your immediate family members, such as your spouse and children, to join you in the Czech Republic. This allows your family to live together during your employment.
Holding an Employee or Blue card makes it easier to access financial services in the Czech Republic. You can obtain a mortgage or open a bank account, which is essential for managing your finances, receiving your salary, and conducting everyday banking transactions.
Visa-Free Travel in the Schengen Area
One of the most significant advantages of obtaining an Employee or Blue card in the Czech Republic is the ability to enjoy visa-free travel within the Schengen Area.
One of the key benefits is that your children can access free education in state universities in the Czech Republic. This not only reduces the financial burden on your family but also provides them with quality education in a European country.
With an Employee or Blue card, you have the freedom to start your own business in the Czech Republic. This entrepreneurial opportunity can lead to economic independence and growth, making it an attractive option for individuals looking to establish their own ventures.
Social Benefits and Healthcare
Cardholders have access to the Czech healthcare system and social services, ensuring that you and your family can receive necessary medical care and other benefits.
We provide prolongation of employee and blue card and full support during your moving to Czech Republic.
We will prepare all required documents for your application
We will represent you to the authorities
You will not stay alone; you can always discuss your immigration issues with our expert
We will support you in emergency situations
Our Additional Services:
Assistance with submitting the first application for an employee and blue card in the Czech Republic
Assistance with opening bank accounts
Recognition of education
Change of residential address
Change of employer
How Does it Work?
Consultation with our legal advisor
Documents preparation and collection
Documents submission to the Czech Ministry of the Interior
After approval of your application, you will visit the Ministry of the Interior to provide your biometric data
Once your biometric card is ready, we will book an appointment for you to collect it
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for the Employee Card?
To apply for an Employee Card, you need to have a job offer from a Czech employer. Your employer should initiate the application process through the Czech Labor Office. The processing time for an Employee Card typically took approximately 3-6 months. You will need to provide necessary documentation, including proof of accommodation and health insurance.