Applying for a job in the Czech Republic can serve as one of the real opportunities to move to this flourishing European country. Of course, people are confronted with the question of where to look for work? Nowadays, many things can be done via Internet – the job search is no exception. Read this article to learn more about finding a job in the Czech Republic!
Negotiations on the future relations between the European Union and the United Kingdom after Brexit are still ongoing. We are notifying you about the recent update from the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic (the MOI). For reasons of legal certainty and saving time in future, the MOI advises the citizens of the United Kingdom who reside in the Czech Republic to apply for a Long-term Residence permit or a Permanent Residence Permit.
Have you ever considered working in the Czech Republic? With a stable and dynamic economy and a convenient central European location, the country is full of opportunities for expats all over the world. Whether you are considering a move to the Czech Republic or already live here and are planning to grow your career, check out our article and find out more advantages of working in this marvelous country.
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The Czech Republic is famous for its numerous wonderful castles. Almost in every corner of the Czech Republic, there is a castle — an old one with an interesting ancient history. We have great news for those who live in Brno. You have an opportunity to visit 5 of them, and the road takes only one hour to get there!
Today we are going to talk about one special place… It is not a touristic sight, however, it attracts many expats every year. According to Google data, people usually spend there from 2-5 hours every day… So, what is that special place you may ask? Today we will talk about the Ministry of the Interior (the MOI).