Are you considering getting yourself a long-term residence permit? Having this type of document has a lot of advantages and we definitely recommend you to get it with our help! However, the first big question that you should think about is: What purpose am I getting this document for? There are several options for you to choose from.
Getting a long term residence permit has a lot of advantages! (source)
- For the Purpose of Studies
This one is self-explanatory. If you are planning to stay in the Czech Republic for longer than 3 months while studying here, this type of visa is precisely made for you.
- For the Purpose of Scientific Research
Just like in the case of the long-term residence permit for the purpose of studies, this type of residence permit is suitable for you if you intend to stay in the Czech Republic for longer than 3 months. Whether your research concerns itself with IT or biology, it doesn’t matter. However, you need to have a signed contract with the organization where you perform the research.
- For the Purpose of Seeking Employment
The following three groups may be slightly confusing because their purpose is pretty similar – business and employment. Are you a foreign national that has been studying in the Czech Republic (with a long-term residence permit for the purpose of studies), you have successfully completed your studies and you are wondering, what to do now? Have you completed your research (with a long-term residence permit for the purpose of scientific research) and you would like to start working in the Czech Republic? This type of permit is designated specifically for you!
- For the Purpose of Employment
This category of a residence permit has actually transformed into a document called “employee card,” therefore you cannot file for this type of long-term residence permit anymore but you file for an employee card, which is also a type of a long-term residence permit. The main purpose of getting it is to have a working contract in the country.
Previous long-term residence permits are necessary to get the “seeking employment” one. (source)
- For the Purpose of Business
Are you a foreign national who wants to start a business in the Czech Republic? This is the type of residence permit that you should choose.
- For the Purpose of Family Reunification
Do you have a spouse or a child in the Czech Republic? Whether they have been born here or they are in possession of a long-term residence permit, you have the right to file for this type of residence permit.
- For the Purpose of Investment
If you are a business-person and are coming to the Czech Republic with the intention to make an investment here, you should pick this particular type of residence permit.
Would you like assistance in the process of getting one of these types of a long-term residence permit? We are here to help. And besides that, we offer complex services for expats!
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My name is Ashesh Khanal, originally from Nepal, now living and working in CZ with long term resident permit. My wife and son(5 years) has D Visa, Long term Multiple Visa, which is going to expire on March 27, 2021.
My wife want to work in Czech Republic to apply for visa extension. Is it possible to apply for visa extension in Czech Republic? Also, my son is Minor and also wants to stay with parents.
Please let me know to solve with this deals.
I think it should be possible, however, this is a question only my colleagues can answer since they have the information and experience. You can get in touch with them via email@example.com or schedule a consultation.
I have a temporary residence card/long term residence permit as I study in the czech republic. However due to family crisis,I had to return to Nepal now the point is I wish to return to czech republic to continue my studies.
My question is as I only had single entry visa under type D I think I cannot use that visa but with my temporary residence card can I come to czech republic?
This is a pretty difficult question, which I, unfortunately, cannot answer myself. However, I am sure our immigration experts will be able to answer it and help you with this. You can get in touch with them via firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule a consultation with them.