Hello guys! My name is Hana Lahodová and I am an intern at Foreigners Prague from the beginning of January 2019. I am handling PR and marketing tasks for the local office. In this article, I would like to share with you my experience that I gained recently and give you a piece of advice that will save you time.
Imagine you are living in a rented apartment. All of a sudden your boiler stops working and your landlord tells you it has to be replaced. After a while, you will receive an invoice for the repair. Should you pay for it or not? Is this your responsibility? Keep reading if you want to understand the rules of minor repairs in an apartment you rent in the Czech Republic!
Moving to other country is always full of challenges, especially when it comes to the “flat for rent hunting”. Here are some useful tips for everyone who is looking for a place to live in the Czech Republic. They are based on our own experience with relocation of thousands of people, that’s why these tips are likely to make the process of seeking go smoothly.
When you are applying for a visa in the Czech Republic, remember it will probably take between 2 and 3 months or even longer to get it. The official time limit to get your visa is 90 days stated by the Czech immigration law. Nevertheless, it might happen that the embassy will exceed this limit. Therefore, it is better for you to apply for longer health insurance (1 year and 2-3 months or longer). Why?