Seminar: Recruiting foreigners

Join our online seminar where we’ll dive deep into the steps and processes foreign employees need to go through before starting employment in the Czech Republic. This seminar will help you understand the timeline of events, key immigration steps and possible red flags to help you...

Changes to governmental programs of economic migration valid from 1. 1. 2024

Learn about the key changes in the governmental economic migration programs that could affect your company and employees. Several changes concern Ukrainian citizens. We’ve summarized the original report from the Ministry of Industry and Trade which you can find here.

Changes in the Act on Residence of Foreigners

Read our summary of the most significant changes in the Act on Residence of Foreigners, valid from 1. 7. 2023.

HR Snídaně – Relokace a employee experience

Naše iniciativa vytvořit komunitu HR specialistů a rekruterů pokračuje s novou akcí HR Snídaně! Chceme se s Vámi vzájemně učit a sdílet zkušenosti a tipy ze světa relokace a imigrace.   Ještě nás neznáte? Přečtěte si o firmě ReloCare zde.   Naše první HR Snídaně se koná 4. 8....

British nationals – last call to update your permit to a biometric card

UK citizens who’ve been living in the Czech Republic since before January 2021 must exchange their permit for a biometric card by August 31st 2022. If you don’t have a biometric card already, we recommend starting the process ASAP to avoid delays and long waiting times. Not...

A guide to Adaptation & Integration Courses

Adaptation & Integration courses are mandatory for all non-EU foreigners between 15-61 years of age who have received their first ever biometric long-term or permanent residency permit after 1.1.2021. Read through our guide to understand if you need to take the course, when and...

A1 – A must for working abroad

What is it? All employees sent for work across Europe are obliged to have an A1 form. The A1 (formerly E101 or E103) is an internationally recognised form that allows EU-based employees to work from other EU and EEA* countries without paying additional social and health insurance fees....

Immigration updates for Russian and Belarusian citizens

UPDATE 30.3.2022   Russian and Belarusian citizens who have already received their entry visa (with the intention of obtaining an employee/blue card) before the start of the conflict in Ukraine, can now finish the process at the Ministry of the Interior.   Find more...