Besides the government mandatory requirements, quite a lot of companies in the Czech Republic require their employees to have a driving license. Due to the price accessibility, the privilege of taking the driving course in English, and the benefit of getting an international driving license, we recommend you to get it as soon as possible!
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21st Century Housing For Students & Young Adults Now Available in Prague
Are you looking for a cool and comfortable place to live in Prague? Are you a student who is not particularly eager to move into a dormitory or a young professional who cannot afford to buy their own apartment yet? We have a solution for you: super modern apartments in a new generation co-living building located in the vibrant Holešovice district.
Femme Palette – the Art of Empowering Women through Mentorship, an Interview with Founders
Femme Palette is driven by professional women who want to get inspired and learn new things by interacting with other people. This initiative is very diverse and dynamic by implying the participation of women from different countries, of different cultures, professions, and backgrounds.
PetSitting5: Professional & Home-Feeling Pet Sitting in Prague
Are you looking for a professional pet sitter with individualized and personalized care? Are you not really fond of standard big hotels for dogs with cages where you never know who takes care of your beloved pet? Do you need someone to look after your four paws friend when you have an appointment or go on a business trip? We would like to introduce you to PetSitting5, an English-speaking pet sitting service in Prague.
Coronavirus in Czechia: Prognosis and Predictions
While the Czech government keeps relaxing the previously introduced restrictions and countermeasures that were put in place to stop the coronavirus from spreading, it is important to remember that the disease might return and it might return soon. After all, it’s still not even gone in the first place. So what can you expect to happen in the foreseeable future?
Impact of Coronavirus on Real Estate in Czech Republic
Recently, we held a live-stream on our Facebook page in which we talked about how the current situation has been affecting renting, selling, and purchasing apartments and houses in the Czech Republic.
For those of you who prefer reading instead of watching the stream, we present a summary of the stream.
Coronavirus: The Czech Government’s Plans For Releasing Some of the Restrictions
With the numbers of new people infected with the coronavirus COVID-19 slowly decreasing, the Czech government announced new plans for opening some of the shops, services and institutions that were previously closed because of the pandemic. These plans were introduced to the public at a press conference on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. It is, however, still just a draft version which means that certain dates can be shifted depending on the situation.
Czechia in a State of Emergency: From April 6, 2020 EU Citizens Will Need a Residence Permit to Return to the Country
The Czech Republic continues fighting the coronavirus pandemic by staying in a state of emergency. It was declared by the Czech government on March 12, 2020, and this brought adjustments to the immigration policy of the country as well. Now, there are new measures coming into effect concerning foreign employees and students from the European Union.
Permanent Residency as Security in the Future Emergency Situations
Currently, with the Czech Republic being in the state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, only expats with valid residence permits can cross the borders and return to the country where they may have families, jobs, homes. If you meet the conditions of holding the permanent residency status in the Czech Republic but you don’t have it yet we strongly recommend submitting your application.
Coronavirus in the Czech Republic XIII: Services for Expats Provided during the State of Emergency
During the current state of emergency in the Czech Republic, there are many expats and foreign students who are still in need of solving immigration and accommodation issues. Even under unwanted pressure, Foreigners are trying to ensure that all processes and requests of help from clients are running as smoothly as possible.