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The main objective of immigrating to the Czech Republic by obtaining the 'Residence Permit' (Czech RP) is to get the 'Permanent Residence Permit' (Czech PR).

Czech Residence Permit holders are entitled to live, work in any job sector, study, do business and even buy property in the Czech Republic.
Czech Residence Permit holders don't require a visa to visit and stay upto 90 days in any 'Schengen zone' country including Switzerland.

We assist the passport holders of any Non-EU country to obtain the Czech Residence Permit (Czech RP). Although the information in this website is primarily intended for the nationals of India, the 'registration process' and 'required documents' for obtaining the Czech Residence Permit remain the same for all 'Non-EU nationals'. Contact us, we will assist, answer and guide you according to your 'Non-EU' nationality.

The Czech Republic is a developed democratic country, driven by market economy, is a member of the European Union (EU) countries since May 2004, is a member of the Schengen Zone since January 2008, is a member of NATO, and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). As per the Human Development Index of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Czech Republic rank 31st place out of 179 countries in terms of the high standard of living conditions. According to Organisation for the Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), education in the Czech Republic rank 15th best in the world. The 'per capita income' in the Czech Republic is approx. $25,400 per year. Czech National Bank (CNB) is in the process of adapting to use the 'Euro' currency, which is higher in 'value' than US Dollar. Above all, the Czech Republic is a promising 'young country' in the Europe.

Due to manufacturing industries, foreign direct investments (FDI), aging population, fall in birth rate and shortage of qualified skilled workers, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Czech Republic has introduced a 'Selection of Qualified Foreign Workers: Job+Permanent Residency' scheme to attract qualified 'Highly Skilled' and 'Skilled' Non-EU nationals, who are prepared to live and work in the Czech Republic. Requirements