Some of us go abroad for studying, working or perhaps when following our life partner to their homeland. Some of us like to travel far and long to discover unfamiliar corners of the world. Reasons for leaving a home country are many but they all have connecting elements, not all of them necessarily being pleasant and commonly talked about – cultural shock, loneliness, even depression can hit once you root yourself out of the familiar land and try to plant yourself in a new geographical and cultural environment.
Coronavirus lockdown has affected all aspects of our lives, childbirth is not an exception. Do I have to visit obstetrics during the pandemic? Can my husband be present during the birth-giving? Do I have to wear a face mask? These and other questions are being asked by worried pregnant women in the Czech Republic. Read this article to know the answers.
Many will agree that Prague is one of the most beautiful and convenient cities in the world. The high popularity of Prague among foreigners for relocation can be explained by having one of the lowest income inequalities in Europe. A great work and life balance in Czech culture attracts many professionals to build their careers and start a family in Prague. A high quality of education, friendly living costs, and world-class public transportation makes the Czech Republic a popular destination for university students from around the world.
Currently, with the Czech Republic being in the state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, only expats with valid residence permits can cross the borders and return to the country where they may have families, jobs, homes. If you meet the conditions of holding the permanent residency status in the Czech Republic but you don’t have it yet we strongly recommend submitting your application.
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.
Due to a current situation regarding spreading coronavirus around Europe, the government of the Czech Republic decided to take stringent measures which come into effect as of today, March 14, 2020. According to the information provided on 14.03.2020 there are 189 infected people in the Czech Republic.