Czech Republic Business Visa

Czech Republic Business Permit

You will need to apply for a business permit if you want to enter the Czech Republic for business purposes. A businessman may use this permit to travel to the Czech Republic for business purposes such as corporate meetings, job interviews, or partnership meetings.

Permit requirements

You will need to apply for a 90-day short-stay permit in order to enter the Czech Republic. The permit for short-stay is valid in all Schengen states. The business permit allows you to fly across all of the Schengen states and stay as long as you like while doing business.

Eligibility requirements

The eligibility requirements for the Czech Republic business permit include:

  • Application placed either from your home country or the country where you have a residency permit
  • A passport that’s valid for at least 6 months from the date of travel
  • A primary aim of your trip being to participate in business-related events such as meetings and conferences
  • Sufficient cash to cover your stay in the Czech Republic
  • Travel insurance

You must apply for a permit only if Czechia is your only destination or if the Czech Republic is one of your several Schengen destinations.

The processing time for the business permit is roughly 15 working days. This, however, can easily differ depending on a variety of factors such as the number of necessary entries, the number of applications received at the embassy, the express processing choice, and so on. As a result, it’s recommended that you apply for the permit well in advance.

FAQ
Which permit do I need to go to the Czech Republic for business?

To travel to the Czech Republic for business, you will require a Schengen short-stay permit.

Will my Schengen short stay permit for the Czech Republic be limited to that country?

With a Schengen short-stay permit, you can travel to these countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Slovenia, Slovakia, Austria, Malta, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal, the Netherlands, France, Latvia, Denmark, Poland, Greece, Iceland, Finland, Liechtenstein, Estonia, Luxembourg, and Lithuania.

What is the latest that I can apply for business permit for the Czech Republic?

The latest that you can apply for a business permit for the Czech Republic is 15 days before your intended date of travel.

What is the processing time for business permit for the Czech Republic?

Usually, a business permit for the Czech Republic is processed within 15 calendar days. In certain cases where further scrutiny of the application is required, the processing can take up to 30 days. In rare cases, the time taken for a decision to be reached on the application can be 60 days which is the maximum time that can be taken.

What is the processing time for business visa for the Czech Republic?

Usually, a business visa for the Czech Republic is processed within 15 calendar days. In certain cases where further scrutiny of the application is required, the processing can take up to 30 days. In rare cases, the time taken for a decision to be reached on the application can be 60 days which is the maximum time that can be taken.

How long can I stay in the Czech Republic on my Schengen short-stay permit?

You can stay for up to 90 days in any 180-day period.

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