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Electronic confirmation of accommodation issued to a foreigner

In case confirmation of accommodation described in the previous chapter as "Written confirmation of an owner or authorised user of a flat or house on consenting to a foreign national’s accommodation" is provided electronically, the confirmation must be signed (not solely in the email by which the confirmation was sent) by a secure electronic signature of the owner or the authorised user of the flat or house, which is based on an official certificate issued by an accredited provider of certification services, or without an electronic signature, but by means of a data box of the person who is the owner or authorised user of the flat or house. A confirmation delivered without a secure electronic signature by means of a data box must therefore always be delivered to the decision-making body using the data box of the person providing accommodation (the authorised person). The person providing accommodation (authorised person) can send a confirmation that has a secure electronic signature, to the electronic mail room indicated below.

The only document the accommodation provider can send electronically is the confirmation of accommodation. Other documents confirming accommodation, such as rental agreements etc., must be provided in a paper form by the applicant.

If the foreign national’s application is filed at a regional branch of the MOI, the confirmation of accommodation can be submitted electronically to the MOI electronic mail room posta@mvcr.cz or by means of a data box to the MOI ID address 6bnaawp.

If the foreign national’s application is filed at an embassy, the confirmation of accommodation can not be submitted electronically.

It is possible to download a sample of the confirmation of accommodation here.

  


Department for Asylum and Migration Policy, March 18th, 2019

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