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Permanent residence

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Declaration of Legal Status as a long-term resident

Basic information

The status of long-term residence in the European Community is a legal status which is granted exclusively to citizens of third countries who have applied for permanent residence within the Czech Republic.

Legal status as a long-term resident in the European Community within the Czech Republic is declared concurrently with the issue of permission for permanent residence

If legal status as a long-term resident was not granted to a foreign national along with the issue of permission for permanent residence, the applicant (foreign national) can apply for this status to be granted subsequently on fulfilment of the following conditions:

  • 5 years continuous temporary residence within the Czech Republic
  • Submission of all necessary documents
  • The applicant’s behaviour has not led to any breach of public order or any threat to the security of the Czech Republic or any other EU member state
  • Proof of sufficient financial means to support permanent residence

As of 01.01.2011 residence issues are now dealt with by the Ministry of the Interior or the Czech Republic instead of the Foreign Police.

Who is entitled to apply?

  • a foreign national from a so-called “third-country”
  • a member of family of an EU citizen

How to apply

An application for declaration of legal status as a permanent resident within the Czech Republic can be made at the relevant office of the Ministry of the Interior (Department of Asylum and Migration Policy) according to the applicant’s place of residence.

If the applicant is not within the Czech Republic at the time of fulfilling the conditions, the application can be made at a Czech Diplomatic Mission abroad.

Where to apply

Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic

Department of Asylum and Migration Policy, foreign nationals’ residence division

Capital City of Prague, Prague I office (deals with matters that concern the Capital City of Prague, district Prague – East and Prague - West):

Address:

Nad Vršovskou horou 88/4
101 00, Prague 10 - Michle

Tel.: 974 847 711 (telephone appointments)

Office hours:

  • Mon, Wed: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Tue, Thu: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Fri: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
    • Reserved for booked clients only

Czech Ministry of the Interior info-line:

Tel.: 974 832 421, 974 832 418
E-mail: pobyty@mvcr.cz

Office hours:

  • Mon – Thurs: 8am – 4pm
  • Fri: 8am – 3pm

Documents and forms

Applicant:

All submitted documents (except passport) must be in Czech language or officially translated into Czech language.

Fees and time limits

Fees:

  • there are no set legal or other fees

Time limit:

  • applications are dealt with within 60 days of submission

FAQ

  • Jakým dokladem mám doložit bezúhonnost k žádosti o místo úředníka Úřadu MČ Praha 10?
  • Jaká jsou aktuálně volná místa na Úřadu MČ Praha 10?

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