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PASSPORTS: Passport valid for 90 days from issue date of visa for visas up to 90 days, at least 455 days for visas over 90 days. For nationals who do not require a visa, passport must be valid for 90 days beyond the expected length of stay except for:
1. EU and EEA nationals with valid national ID cards.
Note: Minors are allowed to travel on their parents' passports up until aged 15 years.
VISAS: Required by all except the following:
(a) nationals listed in the chart above (including French Overseas Territories for stays of up to 90 days);
(b) 2. nationals of Andorra, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong (SAR), Israel, Korea (Rep), Macau (SAR), Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, San Marino, Switzerland, Uruguay, Vatican City and Venezuela for up to 90 days;
(c) nationals of Bulgaria, Romania and Singapore for up to 30 days;
(d) transit passengers continuing their journey within 24 hours and not leaving the airport, providing holding onward tickets and relevant travel documentation. *Airport Transit/Transit visas are, however, always required for nationals of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Congo (Dem Rep), Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Sri Lanka and the Syrian Arab Republic;
(e) holders of a UN laissez-passer for as long as is necessary.
Note: (a) *Nationals of these countries who hold visas or residencies in other countries may be exempt; check with Embassy for further information. (b) EU and EEA nationals, whose stay will exceed 30 days, must register with the Alien and Border Police within 30 days of arrival. All other nationals must register with the Alien and Border Police within three days of arrival, regardless of intended length of stay. Generally, accommodation providers will arrange this for their guests. (c) British Overseas Citizens require visas as do holders of British Travel Documents (blue) under the 1951 Geneva Convention, and holders of British Travel Documents (brown) for tourism and business trips, and must apply in person.
Types of visa and cost: Single-entry, Multiple-entry, Single-transit, Double-transit, Multiple-transit and Airport-transit. Prices vary according to the nationality of the applicant and according to currency rates. For UK nationals, single-entry visas cost £17, multiple-entry visas cost £63, for stays not exceeding 90 days. Single-transit: £17; double-transit: £25. There are no visa fees for nationals of Albania, Ecuador, Japan, Seychelles and South Africa, or for children under 15 years of age.
Validity: Single- and Multiple-entry: Six months from date of issue for a visit of a specified period not exceeding 90 days. Transit: Six months from date of issue for a visit of a specified period not exceeding five days.
Application to: Consulate (or Consular section at the Embassy); see Contact Addresses section for details. Please note that some nationals must apply in person for a visa and submit slightly different application requirements (see below). Check with the Embassy for further details.
Application requirements: (a) One original application form. (b) One recent passport-size photo. (c) Passport valid for at least 90 days beyond the requested length of visa, with at least one blank page and a photocopy of the data page. (d) Fee (payable in cash, by banker’s draft or by postal order only). (e) Proof of sufficient funds (eg recent bank statement or letter from host or sponsor). (f) Postal applications should be accompanied by a self-addressed envelope pre-paid for special delivery. Business: (a)-(f) and, (g) Letter from employer or invitation letter from company in the Czech Republic. Student: (a)-(f) and, (g) Letter from school or college confirming that you are a student and confirmation of available accommodation.
Note: All documents must be submitted in both original form, plus one photocopy.
Working days required: Seven (in person); 14 (by post); maximum 30.
TEMPORARY RESIDENCE: EU citizens may apply if intending to stay longer than three months, filed with the Alien & Border Police in the Czech Republic. The process will take about 60 to 180 days.
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