Have you ever been wondering whether you as an expat can put your current Czech address in different types of documents as a permanent address? Are you actually entitled to do that? In this article you’ll find out all your rights and duties regarding this topic.
It doesn’t depend whether you are planning on living in a dormitory or in a flat: when you arrive in the Czech Republic you are obliged to provide a document affirming your accommodation within 3 working days. You also need this very document, when you apply for a visa at the embassy. Shortly said, proof of accommodation is a document which solves many issues concerning your visa in the Czech Republic.
Successful international companies nowadays tend to move their operational headquarters and customer support centers into the heart of Europe. Many – for example, DHL, Exxon Mobil, Honeywell, HP – have already found their new base in the Czech Republic, a country with favourable tax rates and low cost yet highly qualified labour. In most cases, when […]
Who is your Landlord? The official definition of the word Landlord states, that a landlord is the owner of the house, apartment or other real estate, which is rented or leased to another individual (tenant). In case you’re renting out the apartment or a house directly from the owner, you’ll probably meet him/her at least […]
Proof of accommodation (doklad o zajištění ubytování) is a legal document confirming that a foreigner has a residence address in the Czech Republic. According to the requirements of the Czech Ministry of Interior, a property mentioned in the confirmation of accommodation (potvrzení o ubytování) has to be listed in the Czech property register (katastr nemovitostí). […]