#LifeInCzechia It needs to get fixed – asap! I am sure there is at least one (if not more) thing that came to your mind while reading this sentence. As we already let you know where to get your stuff repaired in Brno in the article posted earlier this month, we are now bringing you a list of places where you can get this service in Prague, Olomouc, Pilsen, Pardubice and Hradec Králové. Don’t hesitate to visit these repair shops to fix your electronics, clothes, shoes or phone!
Where To Get Stuff Repaired in Brno?
#LifeInCzechia Things fall apart just so you can get them back together. Whether it is your favorite sweater with a hole in it or a broken laptop – you can get it fixed. There are a number of repair shops in Brno that will help you solve it! And, let’s not forget that it is good for nature not to create unnecessary waste, but rather get your stuff fixed and keep using it as long as possible. With that being said, which repair service is the best choice in Brno? Let’s take a look at it!
Household Insurance in the Czech Republic – How Does It Work?
#LifeInCzechia The first challenge you face when moving abroad is to solve your living situation. Where are you going to stay? For how much? And – last but not least – what about home insurance? For this reason, we bring you an overview regarding this service in the Czech Republic. Do you wish to find out more about what exactly is covered by it? Let’s check out the rules of home insurance together in this article!
How to Become an Uber Driver in Czechia?
#LifeInCzechia Are you looking for a way to earn more money in your free time? Or a new full-time job? Become an Uber driver. You will be your own boss and get to know every corner of Prague, Brno, or other Czech cities from behind the wheel. On top of that, you will get the chance to meet people from all around the world. Let’s have a look at the requirements!
Getting Hitched in Czechia? Here’s the Scoop on International Marriage
#LifeInCzechia Many foreigners living in Czechia end up falling in love with Czech citizens. And many of those couples end up getting married. But having an international wedding in Czechia isn’t quite as easy as it may seem. In fact, you might (not) be surprised to learn how much bureaucracy is involved in the process. Here are some of the basics you should know if you’re planning on getting hitched to your Czech sweetheart.
“Tough Times Can Help You Grow”: Interview with Foreigners’ Relocation Consultant Martin Chudoba
Our Relocation Consultant Martin was recently promoted to the position of a PRO(fessional) at Foreigners. We caught up with him at the Brno office over a cup of coffee to discuss his career growth, how he’s survived and thrived during the pandemic, his favorite part of working with people, and what he enjoys doing in his free time.
Want to Study in Czechia? Keep These Key Immigration Matters in Mind
Are you a third-country citizen planning to study in the Czech Republic or are you already studying here? One way or another, you should double-check that you know how to apply for your visa, what to do when you get to the Czech Republic, how to extend your permit once it expires, and what to do when you want to leave the country for a vacation and your visa extension hasn’t yet been approved.
Coronavirus in Czechia: Most Recent Restriction Relaxations & Easements in Travel
The government has decided to relax some of the last restrictions valid in Czechia. These changes will come into effect on 26 June. Travel will become significantly easier in Europe for summer holidays. Third-country citizens may be able to enter Czechia if they’ve been vaccinated with an EU-approved vaccine from 1 July. On the same date, vaccine registration will open for children over 12 years of age.
In Need of Expat Services in Ostrava or Other Cities? We Can Help!
Wherever in the Czech Republic or even the Slovak Republic you are, we are here for you! While our offices are currently located in Prague, Brno, Olomouc, Pilsen & Hradec Králové, our services are available throughout all of the Czech Republic and also in Slovakia.
Calling All International Students: How to Legalize your Diploma and/or Stay in Czechia after Graduation
Are you a foreign student enrolled in one of the international programmes at Czech universities? Even if you’ve only just enrolled and are about to start your studies in the fall, you might want to start thinking about what’s next. And if you’re about to graduate, you definitely need to know what your options are.