#LifeInCzechia Expats who have applied for an employee card or blue card often ask us when it’s the best time to relocate to Czechia and when they can start working. It all depends on how long the approval process takes. Obviously, you want to come here as soon as possible to settle in and acclimate before you start working. But be aware – relocating before your application has been approved can have its disadvantages. Read more to find out what they are.
Are you a third-country citizen who has been transferred to Czechia from abroad within one big corporation? Then you’re most likely here on an intra-company employee transfer card. This long-term residence permit allows you to stay and work in this country under specific conditions. What are these conditions? And what if you decide to switch to a different type of residence permit or change your employer?
As an expat living and working in the Czech Republic, you are obligated to report the change of the employer as well as when changing a job title and employment. This process might be tricky as there are several documents to submit, conditions under which you can apply and deadlines to meet. In this article, we will bring you a summary of all these aspects so you can better orientate in the process of changing the employer.
So you’ve decided to relocate with your family to the Czech Republic. Whether you are an EU citizen or a citizen of a third country, you’d better be aware of the immigration process procedure. This article will bring you detailed information on the immigration process, obligations and required documents for both EU and non-EU citizens. […]
Since such corporate monsters like HP, ExxonMobil and Amazon opened their offices in Czech Republic, it became a very lucrative location for job hunters. It’s common for the employees to move offices within one company, as well as for people search for jobs without being attached to one particular country. What’s the situation on Czech jobs market? […]