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.

Even in times of crisis Foreigners are here to assist you with everything you need.

We do our best to provide help and maintain our services at the highest level. Here’s the list of the standard services you can request from Foreigners during the state of emergency with a 20% discount except for translations:

Apart from that, we can help you with our newly added services due to the state of emergency:

  • solving miscellaneous things for you: for example, handing over and delivering documents;
  • helping those who have difficulties returning to the Czech Republic.

Here’s also a brief list of services we can help you start dealing with while embassies are closed:

  • everything that is carried out at embassies abroad: visas, employee cards, declarations of accommodation. We are able to start preparing all the needed documents, so you can be among the first ones who apply for a visa. We won’t be able to move the process forward right now but we can provide you with any type of consultation regarding the process of application. Thus, you will be ready once the embassies open again.

Feel free to contact us to get more information about services and be sure to follow our Facebook and blog to stay updated about all news.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter to get daily updates about the coronavirus situation in the Czech Republic!

Karyna Babkova

Karyna Babkova

Hello, dear readers! I am a Ukrainian student, currently studying for a Master's degree in Masaryk University and I am deeply honoured to have a chance to share with you some important and interesting information about living in Brno. Hopefully, you will find my articles useful and entertaining xx

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *