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A visa for a stay of over 90 days (long-term)

  • A visa for a stay of over 90 days (long-term)
  • Purpose "studies"
  • Purpose "employment"
  • Purpose "business"
  • Purpose "family"
  • Purpose "invitation"
  • Purpose "culture"
  • A visa for the purpose of collecting a residence permit - D/VR
  • Extension of the visa and the residence period for a visa for over 90 days
  • Validity of a visa and length of stay
  • "Bridging label"
  • Reviewing the reasons for not granting a visa
  • Visa codes

A visa for a stay of over 90 days (long-term)

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A visa for a stay of over 90 days (long-term)

An application for a long-term visa for over 90 days can be filed at a Czech Embassy abroad. You are obliged to file the application only at the Czech Embassy in the state of which you are a citizen or which issued your current travel document or in the state in which you have a long-term or permanent residence permit. You do not have to meet these conditions if you are a citizen of a state presented in the list of countries whose nationals are entitled to file an application for a long-term visa at any Czech Embassy whatsoever (Decree No. 429/2010 Coll.).

An application for a long-term visa can only be filed inside the Czech Republic in legally set cases.

You should submit the application on the completed form along with all the necessary requirements laid down by law. You should, however, always submit originals or official copies of the documents. All of the documents submitted must be made out in the Czech language or officially translated into Czech. Moreover, foreign public documents must be supported by a higher verification (Apostille, superlegalisation).

  

Along with the application for a long-term visa you must submit:

  1. a travel document (original),

  2. photograph; not necessary if a pictorial recording has been made of the foreign national,

  3. proof of accommodation,

  4. document on the purpose of stay,

  5. proof of funds,

  6. a Consent of parents or any other statutory representative or guardian to the permanent residence of a child in the Czech Republic. Consent of a parent is not required, if the parent, statutory representative or guardian making the request for a child, will stay with a child in the territory and if foreign national proves that he / she is a unable to declare consent due to reasons beyond his / her control,

 upon request you are further obliged to submit

  • document similar to an extract from the Penal Register record, issued by the state of which you are a citizen, as well as the states in which, in the last 3 years, you have resided continuously for a period longer than 6 months, or a signed affidavit in the event that this state does not issue such a document (not required from a foreign national under 15 years).

  • a document proving the fulfilment of conditions set out in the measure of Ministry of Health on prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses.

Travel document, document confirming the purpose of stay and registrar documents (birth certificate, marriage certificate) shall be submitted in original. Certified copy is not sufficient for this purpose.

If your application is approved, prior to affixing the visa, you are obliged to submit a proof of medical travel insurance that corresponds to the specified conditions (not required if the foreign national subscribes to public health insurance or if the costs for health care are covered on the basis of an international agreement or if the foreign national can demonstrate that health care is covered in another manner), and, upon request, a document on paying the insurance presented in the proof of medical travel insurance.

  

Application procedure

The Czech Embassy is only competent for receiving an application for a long-term visa, the competent body for processing it is the MOI. During the procedure the Czech Embassy communicates with the applicant, invites him/her for a hearing or calls on him/her to pick up the visa.

The application procedures are governed by the Act on the Residence of Foreign Nationals (pdf, 1.4 MB), the Administrative Procedure Code (pdf, 549 kB), and any other associated acts.

Czech Embassy may invite you for an interview, request that you complete the requirements for the application; likewise the Czech Embassy is entitled to take your fingerprints or take a pictorial record of you.

  

An application for a long-term visa is considered inadmissible if:

  • the foreign national had not booked the term for submission of his/her application  for  long term visa in advance,
  • not all of the requirements specified by law were submitted with it,
  • the administrative fee had not been paid upon the submission of the application,
  • the foreign national refuses to have his/her fingerprints or a pictorial record taken,
  • it was not filed on the prescribed form,
  • it was not filed at the pertinent Czech Embassy.
  • the foreign national had declared he /she has no knowledge of the Czech language and he/she  had not still managed to bring the interpreter with him/her or at least person  fulfilling  the conditions of the § 24 of the Act on  the Experts or Interpreters provided he/she was noticed by the embassy of this obligation.

In such a case, the Czech Embassy returns the application form, all of the requirements submitted and the administrative fee to the foreign national who filed an inadmissible application, whilst informing him/her of the reasons for considering the application to be inadmissible.

It is always necessary to file the application for a long-term visa in person (the Czech Embassy can only waive this obligation in well-substantiated cases).

The documents that you have been asked to submit by the MOI should always be submitted within the set deadlines. Naturally, during the procedure, you can submit other documents that you consider important for your application. Remember that travel documents must always be submitted in person.

The Act on the Residence of Foreign Nationals (pdf, 1.4 MB) sets a standard deadline of 90 days for processing an application for a long-term visa from the day it was filed. In particularly complicated cases, it is 120 days from the day of filing the application and in certain cases (for the purpose of studies, pedagogical activity or research) within 60 days of filing the application.

This visa entitles the holder to multiple departure and entry to the Czech Republic.

  

Decision on granting a long-term visa

In the case of a positive appraisal of your application, the Czech Embassy at which you filed the application will contact you – in most cases by email - to arrange a date for picking up the long-term visa.

  

A decision on not granting a long-term visa

The MOI does not grant a long-term visa, if, for instance

  1. you, upon request by the MOI or the Czech Embassy, do not report for an interview or do not submit the documents for verifying the data presented in the application for a long-term visa within the set deadline or despite conducting an interview or assessing the documents submitted, this data cannot be verified;

  2. you fill in the application for granting a long-term visa untruthfully;

  3. you submit forged or altered requirements or the data necessary for appraising the application presented in them does not correspond to the truth, or

  4. you are recorded in the register of persona non grata,

  5. you are included in the Schengen Information System,

  6. there is a reasonable risk that during your stay in the Czech Republic you could threaten state security, seriously disturb public order or endanger the international relations of the CR,

  7. there is a reasonable risk that during your stay in the territory of another signatory country you could threaten state security, seriously disturb public order or endanger international relations of signatory states, or

  8. do not comply with the measures specified Provision of the Ministry of Health against the introduction of an infectious diseases (further document proving the fulfilment of conditions set out in the measure of Ministry of Health on prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses),

  9. prior to affixing the long-term residence permit you do not submit a document on medical travel insurance that corresponds to the specified conditions and, upon request, a document on paying the insurance presented in the document on medical travel insurance, or

  10. facts are ascertained indicating that after the cessation of the stay set out by the long-term residence permit you will not leave the territory or intend to abuse the long-term residence permit for another purpose,

  11. the foreign national does not fulfil a condition for issuing the visa,

  12. the foreign national had not fulfilled the propose of his/her present long-term visa or long-term residence permit unless he/ she proves that the propose of the long term residence  had not been fulfilled only temporarily  and due to serious reasons. the foreign national circumvented the law  in order to be granted  long-term visa all long-term residence permit for instance by marriage of convenience, by a false declaration of paternity or he / she  became member of statutory body of a company or a co-operative only for the purpose.

In the event of not being granted a long-term visa, the MOI will inform you in writing of the reasons for not granting the long-term visa. In such a case, within 15 days of receiving the information about not being granted the long-term visa, you may request the MOI directly for a new appraisal of the reasons for not granting a visa. Within 60 days, the MOI will inform you in writing of the result of the new appraisal of the reasons for not granting a visa.

  

Purpose "studies"

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Purpose "studies"

If you intend to study at a secondary school or a conservatory, not within an exchange programme or professional training for remuneration, apply for the long-term visa. In other cases of studies defined in § 64 of the Act on the Residence of Foreign Nationals in the Czech Republic, apply directly for the issuance of a long-term residence permit for the purpose of studies pursuant to § 42d of the Act on the Residence of Foreign Nationals in the Czech Republic.

Along with the application for a long-term visa, you must submit:

  1. a travel document (original),

  2. photograph; not necessary if a pictorial recording has been made of the foreign national,

  3. proof of accommodation,

  4. a document on enrolment in studies,

  5. proof of funds,

 upon request you are further obliged to submit

  • a document similar to an extract from the Penal Register record, issued by the state of which you are a citizen, as well as the states in which, in the last 3 years, you have resided continuously for a period longer than 6 months, or a signed affidavit in the event that this state does not issue such a document (not required from a foreign national under 15 years).

  • a document proving the fulfilment of conditions set out in the measure of Ministry of Health on prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses.
     

If your application is approved, prior to affixing the visa, you are obliged to submit a proof of medical travel insurance that corresponds to the specified conditions (not required if the foreign national subscribes to public health insurance or if the costs for health care are covered on the basis of an international agreement or if the foreign national can demonstrate that health care is covered in another manner), and, upon request, a document on paying the insurance presented in the proof of medical travel insurance. The Act on the Residence of Foreign Nationals (pdf, 1.4 MB) sets a standard deadline of 60 days for processing an application from the time of filing it.

The requirements for the application shall not be older than 180 days except for the travel document and the photograph of the foreign national if it corresponds to his/her actual appearance.

A long-term visa for the purpose of studies is issued for a period that is demonstrated with the confirmation of studies, however, not longer than 1 year.

  

Purpose "employment"

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Purpose "employment"

As of 24 June 2014, it is no longer possible to apply for a long-term visa for the purpose of employment. This type of permit was replaced by an employee card or long term visa for the purpose of  seasonal work.

  

Purpose "business"

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Purpose "business"

Along with the application, you must submit:

  1. a travel document (original),

  2. a document on the purpose of your stay (a document confirming the entry into the pertinent business register, list or record),

  3. proof of funds,

  4. proof of accommodation,

  5. photograph; not necessary if a pictorial recording has been made of the foreign national,

  6. consent of parents.

upon request you are further obliged to submit

  • a document similar to an extract from the Penal Register record, issued by the state of which you are a citizen, as well as the states in which, in the last 3 years, you have resided continuously for a period longer than 6 months, or a signed affidavit in the event that this state does not issue such a document (not required from a foreign national under 15 years).

  • a document proving the fulfilment of conditions set out in the measure of Ministry of Health on prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses.
     

If your application is approved, prior to affixing the visa, you are obliged to submit a proof of medical travel insurance that corresponds to the specified conditions (not required if the foreign national subscribes to public health insurance or if the costs for health care are covered on the basis of an international agreement or if the foreign national can demonstrate that health care is covered in another manner), and, upon request, a document on paying the insurance presented in the proof of medical travel insurance.

  

Purpose "family"

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Purpose "family"

Along with the application, you must submit:

  1. a travel document (original),

  2. a document on the purpose of your stay(e.g. a birth certificate, marriage certificate, a document on guardianship, a document confirming the fact that the person is without any financial means, a document on a foreign national being solitary or his/her health status),

  3. proof of accommodation,

  4. proof of finance,

  5. photograph; not necessary if a pictorial recording has been made of the foreign national,

  6. a Consent of parents,

upon request you are further obliged to submit

  • a document similar to an extract from the Penal Register record, issued by the state of which you are a citizen, as well as the states in which, in the last 3 years, you have resided continuously for a period longer than 6 months, or a signed affidavit in the event that this state does not issue such a document (not required from a foreign national under 15 years),

  • a document proving the fulfilment of conditions set out in the measure of Ministry of Health on prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses.
     

Travel document, document confirming the purpose of stay and registrar documents (birth certificate, marriage certificate) shall be submitted in original. Certified copy is not sufficient for this purpose.

If your application is approved, prior to affixing the visa, you are obliged to submit a proof of medical travel insurance that corresponds to the specified conditions (not required if the foreign national subscribes to public health insurance or if the costs for health care are covered on the basis of an international agreement or if the foreign national can demonstrate that health care is covered in another manner), and, upon request, a document on paying the insurance presented in the proof of medical travel insurance.

  

Purpose "invitation"

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Purpose "invitation"

Along with the application, you must submit:

  1. a travel document (original),

  2. Invitation to visit CR (verified by the Foreign Police inspectorate – document proving the commitment of the inviting person, that he/she will cover expenses  for:

    • subsistence for the invited person for the whole duration of his/her stay on the territory until departure,

    • accomodation of the invited person for the whole duration of his/her stay on the territory until departure,

    • granting a medical care of the invited person for the whole duration of his/her stay on the territory until departure, including a transport of the ill person to the hospital or his remains,

    • other expenses necessary for the stay of the invited person and his departure from the territory (the cost incured to CR arising from a stay and a departure within the administrative expulsion of the foreigner),

  3. proof of accommodation,

  4. proof of finance,

  5. photograph; not necessary if a pictorial recording has been made of the foreign national,

  6. a consent of parents,

upon request you are further obliged to submit

  • a document similar to an extract from the Penal Register record, issued by the state of which you are a citizen, as well as the states in which, in the last 3 years, you have resided continuously for a period longer than 6 months, or a signed affidavit in the event that this state does not issue such a document (not required from a foreign national under 15 years),

  • a document proving the fulfilment of conditions set out in the measure of Ministry of Health on prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses.

  

If your application is approved, prior to affixing the visa, you are obliged to submit a proof of medical travel insurance that corresponds to the specified conditions (not required if the foreign national subscribes to public health insurance or if the costs for health care are covered on the basis of an international agreement or if the foreign national can demonstrate that health care is covered in another manner), and, upon request, a document on paying the insurance presented in the proof of medical travel insurance.

  

Purpose "culture"

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Purpose "culture"

Along with the application, you must submit:

  1. a travel document (original),

  2. document on the purpose of your stay– the confirmation of the natural or legal person pursuing cultural activities on the Czech territory u

  3. proof of accommodation,

  4. proof of finance,

  5. photograph; not necessary if a pictorial recording has been made of the foreign national,

  6. consent of parents,

upon request you are further obliged to submit

  • a document similar to an extract from the Penal Register record, issued by the state of which you are a citizen, as well as the states in which, in the last 3 years, you have resided continuously for a period longer than 6 months, or a signed affidavit in the event that this state does not issue such a document (not required from a foreign national under 15 years),

  • a document proving the fulfilment of conditions set out in the measure of Ministry of Health on prevention of the spread of infectious illnesses.

  

If your application is approved, prior to affixing the visa, you are obliged to submit a proof of medical travel insurance that corresponds to the specified conditions (not required if the foreign national subscribes to public health insurance or if the costs for health care are covered on the basis of an international agreement or if the foreign national can demonstrate that health care is covered in another manner), and, upon request, a document on paying the insurance presented in the proof of medical travel insurance.

  

A visa for the purpose of collecting a residence permit - D/VR

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A visa for the purpose of collecting a residence permit - D/VR

In some cases, for instance when changing a passport in the country of origin after or if the validity of a long-term visa/residence permit expires in the course of proceedings on a legitimate newly filed application, or after approving applications for a long-term residence permit filed at an embassy, then to return/enter the Czech Republic, you will need a visa for the purpose of receiving a residence permit.

For this you must fill in the Long-term visa form, add your photograph, no other requirements are necessary.

This visa is conferred ex officio in the shortest time possible.

The visa is issued with a validity of 6 months and it entitles the foreigner to a residence for a maximum stay of 60 days. After travelling to the Czech Republic, it is necessary to report to the MOI within 3 working days for the subsequent acts.

The embassy will request you submit proof of medical travel insurance.

  

Extension of the visa and the residence period for a visa for over 90 days

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Extension of the visa and the residence period for a visa for over 90 days

An application for extending the validity of a visa and the period of stay in the territory on a long-term visa is to be submitted to specific MOI office.

The validity of a long-term visa and the period of stay in the territory, that is shorter than 1 year, can be extended by MOI on the request of foreign national, on condition that the purpose of stay persists unchanged and overall maximum duration does not extend the period of 1 year.

You are entitled to lodge an application for extension of the validity and of the stay on a long-term visa, on condition that your purpose of stay persists, at earliest 90 days and at latest before the period of validity or period of  permitted stay in the territory expires.

If you are prevented from filing the application for reasons beyond your control, you are entitled to lodge this application within 3 working days after these reasons ceases. You are obliged to indicate such reasons while submitting the application and to prove them upon the notice at the latest. Reasons indicated later will not be taken into consideration.

If the validity of a long-term visa expires before the decision on its extension is taken and if the application was submitted within the given time limit, this long-term visa is deemed to be valid and the period of stay on this long-term visa is to be extended until a decision is taken and comes into force. The right to stay on the territory will however cease before legal force of the decision on application in case of conviction to punishment of expulsion, due to the administrative expulsion of applicant, when application for international protection is lodged.

An application for extension of validity of the period of stay on a long-term visa is to be submitted in the official application for long-term visa form.

  

The validity of a long-term visa cannot be extended beyond one year.

An application for extension of validity of the period of stay on a long-term visa shall be accompanied by following documents:

  1. a travel document,

  2. a document confirming the purpose of stay,

  3. proof of funds,

  4. proof of accommodation,

  5. proof of medical travel insurance, that corresponds to the specified conditions to the extent of comprehensive health care (not required if the foreign national subscribes to public health insurance or if the costs for health care are covered on the basis of an international agreement or if the foreign national can demonstrate that health care is covered in another manner), and, upon request, a proof of payment for the insurance presented in the document on the medical travel insurance,

  6. 1 photograph only if the applicant has changed his/her appearance

  7. upon request a document proving the fulfillment of conditions that prevent the introduction of the spread of infectious diseases.

Travel document, document confirming the purpose of stay and registrar documents (birth certificate, marriage certificate) shall be submitted in original. Certified copy is not sufficient for this purpose.

The application for prolongation of the validity or duration of stay on the long term visa is inadmissible if:

  • not all of the requirements specified by law were submitted with it,

  • the administrative fee had not been paid upon the submission of the application,

  • it was not filed on the prescribed form.

In such a case, the Ministry of Interior returns the application form, all of the documents submitted and the administrative fee to the foreign national who filed an inadmissible application, whilst informing him/her of the reasons for considering the application to be inadmissible.

Application for prolongation of validity of the leave to remain long term visa shall be submitted by applicant in person (the Ministry of Interior can only waive this obligation in well-substantiated cases).

  

Validity of a visa and length of stay

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Validity of a visa and length of stay

Visa for stay over 90 days is granted for a specific period of stay corresponding to the requisite purpose of stay and the validity of the submitted documents, however no longer than for 1 year. A visa sticker always contains two figures: the validity of the visa and the number of days you can stay.

The validity of the visa (indicated as "valid from-to") means the period during which the visa holder is authorized to stay (standard validity is 1 year). In addition, the period of authorized stay (indicated as "length of stay ... ... days") means the number of days the visa holder may stay.

In most cases, the beginning of the validity of the visa falls on the day the visa is issued by the embassy.

The indicated "length of stay" begins on the day the person enters the territory of the Czech Republic. This principle applies regardless of whether the person arrives directly to the Czech Republic or first enters the territory of another Schengen state.

Visa validity period of stay shorter then one year, can be extended repeatedly, provided that the purpose of stay is still the same, a maximum period of 1 year.

  

"Bridging label"

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"Bridging label"


If you are staying in the Czech Republic on a long-term visa or a long-term residence permit and you filed an application for issuance or extension of a long-term residence permit within the due time limit and a decision is yet to be made, during which time your visa/residence permit has expired, you can apply at an MOI office for a certificate of residence permit in the form of a visa sticker ("bridging label").

This "bridging label" is marked into the passport in the form of a visa for over 90 days with a validity period corresponding to the expected duration of the application procedure, usually as you wait. For this reason, it is necessary for you to be present in person. You should submit a valid travel document, no other requirements are necessary.

Then the pasted label serves as a testimonial to having filed an application and it serves as a proof of the legality of stay in the territory of the Czech Republic until a legitimate decision is made on the application, on the condition that the so called fiction of the validity of the previous residence permit applies to the foreigner. If this fiction of the validity of the previous residence permit does not apply to the foreigner, he/she cannot be issued a "bridging label". If the so called fiction of the validity of the previous permit ceases to exist (for example by a legitimate decision on the application or a legitimate decision of the court on imposition of punishment by expulsion or if the decision on expulsion of the foreigner is enforceable), the validity of the "bridging label" also ceases to exist.

"The bridging label" enables its holder to travel from/to the Schengen zone.

Residence permit of the foreigner who is subsumed into the Informational System of States Parties is only certified by the confirmation of residence permit. If the so called fiction of existing residence permit ceases to exist (for example by the means of final decision on the application or by the means of final decision of the court on imposing the sentence on the basis of an expulsion or deportation or if the decision on the expulsion of the foreigner is enforceable), the validity of the residence permit also ceases to exist.

  

Reviewing the reasons for not granting a visa

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Reviewing the reasons for not granting a visa

In the event of not being granted a long-term visa, within 15 days of receiving the notification of not being granted a long-term visa you can request the MOI for a new appraisal of the reasons for not granting the visa.

If it was not possible to deliver the notification of not being granted a long-term visa, the deadline for filing an application starts on the day that follows the 180th day from filing the visa application.

The application on a new appraisal of the reasons shall contain data about who filed it, what is regarded as being at variance with the legal regulations or an impropriety in the previous decision or procedure. Facts that you failed to provide or state in the application for a visa cannot be a reason for a new appraisal.

Within 60 days of the application being delivered, the MOI will inform you in writing of the results of the new appraisal of the reasons for not granting a long-term visa.

You can send the application by post to the Ministry of the Interior of the CR.

   

Visa codes

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Visa codes

The following is a list of long-term visa codes intended information purposes only and is merely an additional piece of information for foreigners who already received a long-term visa. Applicants do not need to know this code and do not have to fill it out in their application. This list may be subject to change without prior notice.
 

KÓD VÍZA/VISA CODE

ÚČEL POBYTU PURPOSE OF STAY
D/VC/00/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – zdravotní  multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – healthcare
D/VC/02/-/--;  vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – kulturní  multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – cultural activities
D/VC/04/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – pozvání  multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – invitation
D/VC/05/-/--;  vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – oficiální (politický) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – official, political purposes
D/VC/06/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – podnikání – osoba samostatně výdělečně činná multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – business – self employment
D/VC/07/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – sportovní multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – sports activities
D/VC/17/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – rodinný (žadatel je manžel/ka včetně druh – družka, včetně registrovaný partner stejného pohlaví) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days - family purpose (applicant is a spouse including unmarried husband – unmarried wife, registered partner – the same gender)
D/VC/18/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – rodinný (žadatel je dítě narozené na území České republiky) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – family purpose (applicant is a child born in the Czech Republic)
D/VC/19/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – rodinný (žadatel je dítě narozené mimo území České republiky) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – family purpose (applicant is a child born outside of the Czech Republic)
D/VC/20/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – rodinný (žadatel je ostatní rodinný příslušník (např. rodič, prarodič) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – family purpose (applicant is a different family member (e.g. parent, grandparent)
D/VC/23/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – studium (Směrnice Rady 2004/114/ES) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days - studies (Council Regulation 2004/114/EC)
D/VC/24/-/--;  vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – studium (školení, stáž – jiné než Směrnice Rady 2004/114/ES) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days - studies (training, scholarship - other than Council Regulation 2004/114/EC)
D/VC/36/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – podnikání (výkonný, manažer - účast v právnické osobě vzniklé podle zákona č. 513/1991 Sb.) multiple-entry visa for over 90 days - business (Executive manager - participation in a corporate body according to Act No 513/1991 Coll.)
D/VS/85/-/--;  vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů – účel pobytu – strpění pobytu podle § 58a zákona č. 221/2003 Sb., o dočasné ochraně visa for over 90 days - leave to remain under to Section 58a Act No. 221/2003 Coll., on temporary protection
D/VS/88/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů – účel pobytu – ochrana na území visa for over 90 days - protection in the territory 
D/VS/91/-/--; vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů – účel pobytu – strpění pobytu podle zákona č. 326/1999 Sb. visa for over 90 days – leave to remain under Act No. 326/1999 Coll.
D/VC/99/-/--;  vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů vícenásobné – účel pobytu – ostatní  multiple-entry visa for over 90 days – other
D/VR/-/-/--;  vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů jednorázové – účel pobytu – převzetí povolení k pobytu single-entry visa for over 90 days - for the purpose of collecting a residence permit
D/UD/-/-/--;  diplomatické vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů jednorázové – účel pobytu – podání žádosti o povolení k dlouhodobému pobytu udělovaného Ministerstvem zahraničních věcí diplomatic single-entry visa for over 90 days - for the purpose of applying for a long-term residence permit granted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
D/UZ/-/-/--; zvláštní vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů jednorázové – účel pobytu – podání žádosti o povolení k dlouhodobému pobytu udělovaného Ministerstvem zahraničních věcí service single-entry visa for over 90 days - for the purpose of applying for a long-term residence permit granted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
R/VV/-/-/--; štítek AKT – výjezdní příkaz (není vízum) Departure Order (this is not a visa)

  

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