Visa and immigration

Visa and immigration

To start off, we suggest that you consult the following website where you can find crucial information concerning visas/residence permits etc.
http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/immigration.aspx

The full official name of the “Immigration Office” is: “The Department For Asylum And Migration Policy (OAMP)”. On the following pages, we decided to write “Immigration Office” to make this information clearer.

Note:  "The Foreign Police" is a seperate department whose tasks and missions are different from those of the Immigration Office.

Below you can find some helpful information about the Visa process and the documents you are required to submit with the visa application.

We suggest you apply for a Long-term residence permit for study purposes for citizens from non-EU countries. The right place to apply for the permit is at the Czech Embassy in your country, before coming to the Czech Republic.

Documents needed:

  1. A travel document
  2. A document confirming the purpose of your stay in the Czech Republic (from the University of Pardubice)
  3. Proof of accommodation (If you are hosted at the dormitories of the University of Pardubice, you can ask the Office of International Affairs and Development to get this proof of accomodation.)
    Note: You will be charged 100 CZK for this form.
    If you have your own flat, you submit:
    ​Rental agreement
    or
    The document called the “Potvrzení o zajištění ubytování (fyzická osoba)“ (= proof of accommodation). Download this form here:  http://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/application-forms.aspx
    Note: The proof of accommodation must be the original document, written in Czech, with a certified signature
  4. A photograph
  5. A Document confirming the availability of funds for your stay in the Czech Republic
    1 semester – for a stay from September 1st to February 28th would be (15*2200) + (5*2*2200) = 33 000 + 22 000 = 55 000 CZK
    1 year – for stay from September 1st to August 31stwould be (15*2200) + (11*2*2200) = 33 000 + 48 400 = 81 400 CZK
  6. The “Application form for a long-term residency permit”. You can ask for the form at the Office of International Affairs and Development or download this form here:
    Instructions:
    On the top of the form check second box (ŽÁDOST O POVOLENÍ K DLOUHODOBÉMU POBYTU / FOR FOR LONG TERM RESIDENCE PERMIT)
    15. ÚČEL POBYTU NA ÚZEMÍ ČR/ PURPOSE OF STAY IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
    16. POSLEDNÍ BYDLIŠTĚ V CIZINĚ / LAST RESIDENCE ABROAD – meaning abroad from the Czech Republic, where you currently live
    28. DOPLŇUJÍCÍ INFORMACE / ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: (Libuše Cermanová, Univerzita Pardubice  / tel: +420 466 036 508)
  7. Upon request, a document proving that you have satisfied conditions set out by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic for the prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses (a medical report)

If your forms are successfully processed by the Embassy, you are then required to submit the proof of  travel medical insurance for the period of your stay in the Czech Republic including the certificate of the insurance premium payment (This form must be signed and stamped by the insurance company and be in the Czech language.)

Note: Once you arrive in Pardubice, you must  register at the Immigration Office (OAMP) within 3 days.

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