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Visa types in the Czech Republic

1. D/VR/ and D/VC/ types of visas in the Czech Republic

D/VR/-/ - Single-entry Visa for staying for more than 90 days with the purpose of staying “collection of residence permit” and obtaining the biometric card. You can apply for a long-term residence permit only at the Czech Embassy in your home country. W this type of visa you will have to register with the Czech Foreign Police within 3 working days after arrival to the Czech Republic and. In case of staying at the dormitory or hotel, it will be done by the place of staying. In any other cases, you will have to do it yourself. After your arrival, you will get a biometric card.

D/VC/24 – Multiple-entry Visa for staying for more than 90 days with the purpose of staying “Study”, “Courses” and “Internship”. The Visa will be sticked to your passport on the day of the collection. You can apply for a long-term visa only at the Czech Embassy in your home country. W this type of visa you will have to register with the Czech Foreign Police within 3 working days after arrival to the Czech Republic and. In case of staying at the dormitory or hotel, it will be done by the place of staying. In any other cases, you will have to do it yourself.

D/VC/23 – Multiple-entry Visa for staying for more than 90 days with the purpose of staying “Study”. The Visa will be sticked to your passport on the day of the collection. You can apply for a long-term visa only at the Czech Embassy in your home country. W this type of visa you will have to register with the Czech Foreign Police within 3 working days after arrival to the Czech Republic and. In case of staying at the dormitory or hotel, it will be done by the place of staying. In any other cases, you will have to do it yourself.

D/VC/99 - Multiple-entry Visa for staying for more than 90 days with the purpose of staying “Other”. The Visa will be sticked to your passport on the day of the collection. You can apply for a long-term visa only at the Czech Embassy in your home country. W this type of visa you will have to register with the Czech Foreign Police within 3 working days after arrival to the Czech Republic and. In case of staying at the dormitory or hotel, it will be done by the place of staying. In any other cases, you will have to do it yourself.
2. Difference between Visa “Study” and Visa “Other”.
If you want to study on the Czech Accredited program and apply for a visa “Study”. You need to pass the notification first and only after apply for this type of visa. Visa “Study” will give you free access to the labour market.
If you want to study in the other than Czech Accredited program or any courses you will need to apply for a visa “Other”. This type of visa will not give you free access to the labour market.