The Czech Republic is a part of the Schengen Agreement, so with a Czech visa, you can visit all the countries that are a part of the Schengen area.

Czech Republic Work Visa
Czech Republic Work Permit

Anyone not from the EU/EEA/Switzerland needs a visa and a work permit (Employee Card) to work in the Czech Republic. This rule applies even if you work in the Czech Republic for less than 90 days.

EU/EEA/Swiss citizens can work without any restrictions in the Czech Republic

If you are living in the Czech Republic within the last 15 months, or are a residence permit holder, you can bring your family to the Czech Republic. Family members can work, live, and study in the Czech Republic.

What are the types of  Czech Republic Work Permit visas?

We have two major Work Visas For the Czech Republic, such as:

Open Work Permit: This is a Work Permit that allows the bearer to work freely not for the company that issued it but with other companies or on his own in the host country.


Closed Work Permit: This  Work permit is one where you are not allowed to work for any other company except the one which issued the work permit.

How can you help me obtain a Czech Republic work Visa?

We are capable and experienced in helping you apply for a job. When it comes to this visa category. We are highly knowledgeable about the requirements and will communicate with you throughout the process to maximize your likelihood of a successful application.

What are the Czech Republic’s work Requirements?

When applying for a Czech work visa, you must submit the following documents:

  • Passport. The passport must be valid for three months after the return date. You must have at least two blank pages.
  • Passport photos. Two passport photos must be attached to your documentation. They must be in passport-size 35-45mm, must be taken within 6 months
  • Travel insurance. You will be requested to present a travel medical insurance document for the period from your entry into the territory of the Czech Republic to the date on which your public medical insurance in the CR will become effective.
  • Biometric data (fingerprints). Submit the fingerprints when applying to the Ministry of Interior.
  • Work contract or a work agreement. The documents must prove that you have a job in the Czech Republic with a salary not lower than the basic monthly wage, and the working hours will be at least 15 hours a week.
  • Personal qualification document proof. This document must prove that you are qualified for the desired job. Proving that you have the required education level (diploma), a driving licence (if applicable), etc.
  • Proof that you have a clean criminal record.
  • Medical report. A documented proof from the Ministry of Health proving that you are in good health.


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