14/11 BEC Seminar: News in the Immigration Law
Brno Expat Centre once again helps to clear up things. This time, the main topic are recent changes in the immigration law. Photo: Pixabay
On 15th of August 2017 the amendment of the Act on the Stay of Foreigners came into force in the Czech Republic.
This amendment brought major changes for non-EU foreigners regarding all the important parts of immigration to the Czech Republic.
To help you get better introduced to these changes, Brno Expat Centre is organizing a free public seminar.
“Laws change and that is why we inform about this important topic regularly. It is also one of the most frequent issues involved in our consultations that we provide to expats in Brno,” Tomáš Fiala, one of the Brno Expat Centre consultants specializing in this area says.
Experienced relocation lawyer and Brno Expat Centre’s collaborator Tomáš Petyovský, from Petyovský & Partners, will share his expert knowledge with you to make you feel more comfortable and know your rights in Czech Republic.
The topics which will be discussed are employee cards, intracompany transfers cards, seasonal worker cards, business residency permits and permanent residency permits.
Any questions you might have can be brought up and discussed with the experts attending the event.
In addition to that, Brno Expat Centre is collecting questions for the seminar so that the speakers can be better prepared for your areas of interest.
Therefore, make sure to include all your questions in the registration form.
The seminar is free of charge for registered members.
There are only few places left, so hurry up and register here.
Public discussion will be followed by informal networking and individual consultations.
The event will be held on November 14th from 17:30 to 20:00, at Jiří Mahen Library in Brno, Kobližná 4, see map.
“If you have a specific immigration issue to resolve and can’t come to the seminar, you should describe yours circumstances in the enquiry form on the BEC website and one of our consultants will get back to you and suggest how to help,” Tomáš Fiala adds.
For any other queries, you can send an email to Brno Expat Centre’s event manager Katka at firstname.lastname@example.org.