Czech Immigration Law changes explained – video guide
Kateřina Lenochová from Foreigners.cz explains the changes in the Immigration Law. Photo: JobSpin.cz
Brno, Oct 7 (BD) – The new rules concerning the New Immigration Act Amendment in the Czech Republic entered into force in August 2017.
The legal changes apply to holders and applicants for long-term visa, business visa, and holders and applicants for long-term residence permits in the Czech Republic. New types of long-term residence permits have been introduced, too.
The changes are not retroactive. It means that if you had your documents issued before August 15, 2017 they are valid and you don’t need to take any steps.
The August Immigration Act Amendment introduced changes in areas of life such as:
- changing or losing a job
- applying and renewing resident permits and employee cards
- business in the Czech Republic.
Czech job portal for expatriates who are seeking jobs in Prague or Brno JobSpin.cz and the Czech relocation agency Foreigners.cz prepared a special video guide to lend a hand to everybody who need more information about the Czech Immigration Law Amendment.
Kateřina Lenochová, Relocation Consultant from Foreigners.cz describes the biggest changes in the videos below.
Czech Immigration Law Changes 2017 – Employee Cards and Business, part 1
Czech Immigration Law Changes 2017 – Changes for Foreign Nationals EU & non-EU, part 2