After Arrival Obligations

EU citizens accommodated outside the university dorms must report in person at the Foreign Police at the address below within 30 days of arrival. Those staying at the university dorms will be reported by the dorms office.

Foreign Police Office
Olšanská 2
130 51 Praha 3

1. Non -EU citizens with long-term visa

  1. accommodated at the university dorms do not have to report to the Foreign Police. The dorms office will report them automatically.
  2.  staying outside the dorms have to report to the Foreign Police at the address above within 3 working days of entering the Czech Republic.

2. Non-EU citizens with a long-stay visa issued for the purpose of collecting the long-term residence permit

  1. accommodated at the dorms do not have to report to the Foreign police. The dorms office will report them automatically.
  2. staying outside the dorms have to report to the Foreign Police at the address above within 3 working days of entering the Czech Republic.

 

Non-EU citizens applying for the long-term residence permit must also within 3 working days of entering the Czech Republic report to the Ministry of Interior/Department for Asylum and Migration Policy in person for the purpose of carrying out activities associated with issuing a biometric residence card, where they may also report their arrival.

They then have to present themselves at the Ministry to collect the residence card within 60 days of biometric data collection.

For visiting the Ministry of Interior/Department for Asylum and Migration Policy it is necessary to have an appointment reserved in advance. Therefore, we recommend making an appointment with the Ministry of Interior office https://frs.gov.cz/en right after you receive your visa in your country of origin and your date of arrival to the Czech Republic.

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