#ImmiUpdatesCzechia Are you a Ukrainian refugee? It’s 2023 and that means your Temporary Protection visa is about to expire. But no worries, this visa can now be extended until 31 March 2024 thanks to the new Lex Ukraine amendment. How and when to extend your visa? And how to find out which visa you have? Read on.
Category: War in Ukraine
Lex Ukraine IV: Refugees Can Now Extend Temporary Protection in Czechia until 31/3/2024
#LatestNewsCzechia Good news for Ukrainian refugees! You now have the option to extend your Temporary Protection (TP) until 31 March 2024! The Czech government has finally passed the new amendment of Lex Ukraine, known as Lex Ukraine IV. How do you extend? And what is the deadline for extension? We’ve summed it all up for you.
Changes in “Lex Ukraine”: Fresh Info for Ukrainians, Russians and Belarusians
#ImmiUpdatesCzechia The set of laws known as “Lex Ukraine” has been amended. Its new version became valid on 28 June. This article sums up the most important information for all those who are in the Czech Republic under temporary protection. We’ll also reveal under what conditions you can relocate to Czechia if you’re Russian or Belarusian.
Summary of Important Immigration Information for Ukrainian Refugees & Russians and Belarusians in Czechia
#ImmiUpdatesCzechia We’re bringing you a big summary of what’s good to know about the current immigration situation regarding the war in Ukraine. Are you a Ukrainian refugee or planning to get your family here from Ukraine? Are you a Russian or Belarusian national working or hoping to work in Czechia? Then keep reading.