Arriving in a new country is always a huge challenge, moreover when you do not know anyone there. The first weeks in a city is a continuous discovery! This is how my first week in Brno has been!
Are you an EU citizen or non-EU citizen living in the Czech Republic? Do you want to obtain a permanent residence permit? There are a couple of things that you should keep in mind when starting the process. In this article, we have included all the important information an EU citizen or non-EU citizen needs when applying for a permanent residence permit in the Czech Republic.
In the modern world, it is very common in a couple when a man is offered a job abroad, and his partner has to move to another country with him. During the first few months, time can be spent on home improvement, getting familiar with the city and finding new friends. However, what if you, as a woman, also want to find work abroad? Find out the answer in this article.
Meet Adam Lasota – our Executive Director at Foreigners Brno office. He describes his position as “helping people to help people”, which is the pure truth based on his involvement in the company’s life. Despite his numerous responsibilities at Foreigners, Adam doesn’t forget to enjoy the moment and stays active even in his free time. Would you like to know more about him? Read further!
Surely many of you have encountered the term “relocation agency,” especially if you have already used any kind of Foreigners services. But what does it actually mean and how is it different from the term “real estate agency”? In this article, we gathered all of the answers from our relocation consultants at Foreigners.
Would you like to improve your English and have fun at the same time? Forget about boring coursebooks, we have something more interesting for you! Meet Nina, an English teacher in Brno, who has been providing English courses for women successfully for 15 years in a unique way. Do you want to know more about Nina and her project? Read further!
From time to time, some people have a problem paying with a debit card in the Czech Republic. One of our clients experienced the same situation while trying to pay for some of our services. We can agree that having a declined card is not ideal, especially when it’s necessary to pay now, or you don’t have the possibility to pay with cash (for instance, because you’re in another country). That’s why we would like to share with you some tips on how to solve the card problem!