Download the form on the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Print it out and complete the form by following the instructions below.
THE APPLICATION SHOULD BE FILLED OUT USING LATIN ALPHABET AND BLOCK CAPITAL LETTERS.
The application has to be filled out in advance, before meeting an embassy worker in person. It has to be submitted in person at the embassy/consulate general of the Czech Republic.
Applying for a visa, in most cases, involves a short interview, during which a consular official asks you a few questions (see Step 4. Interview for a student visa to the Czech Republic).
If you do not have enough space in the corresponding boxes, state the information in a separate attachment. Take an A4 sheet of paper, title it “Zvláštní příloha k tiskopisu žádosti o vízum k pobytu nad 90 dnů”. Indicate the number of the section(s) where there was not enough space, and write all the necessary information. Do not forget that you need to write in Czech (block Latin alphabet letters). Write the date and sign the attachment.
- 1. Surname – as it is written in your international passport.
- 2. If you had a different surname/surnames in the past, indicate them all in this section.
- 3. Name / names – as in your passport.
- 4. Your date of birth in DDMMYYYY format.
- 5. The place and region of your birth, if it is not a regional center.
Code of the country of your birth. See the correct spelling of the three-letter codes on the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Czech Republic: https://www.mvcr.cz/clanek/kody-statu.aspx
- 6. The country code of your citizenship at birth.
- 7. The country code of your current citizenship.
- 8. Indicate your gender.
- 9. Marital status – choose your status from the seven options offered.
- 10. Surname and name of your father.
- 11. Surname and name of your mother.
- 12. If you have an ordinary passport, choose the first option – “Normal Passport”.
- 13. Your international passport number. Write everything that is in your passport – if there are letters, write the letters. If there are spaces, write with the spaces.
- 14. The code of the state that issued your passport.
- 15. The date when your passport was issued.
- 16. The expiration date of your passport.
- 17. Leave it blank. Fill out only if you do not live in the country of your citizenship, but have a document giving you the right to return.
- 18. The vast majority of our students are schoolchildren or university students, so write STUDENT/STUDENTKA. If you work, write your profession / position.
- 19. Students fill in the name of their school/university, the address of the educational institution (street name, house number, name of the settlement, region) and the telephone number. Employees write the name, address and telephone number of their employer.
- 20. Fill in according to the example.
- 21. Leave blank. Complete only if you do not live in the country of your citizenship. In some consulates, you are required to indicate the address of your registration in this section. Please, ask what you should do in your case at the consulate.
- 22. If you have lived in the Czech Republic for more than 3 months before, indicate the address and purpose of residence.
- 23. Enter the address that is indicated in your accommodation contract: it will be different, depending on the city where you will be studying. Indicated in the sample is the address of the ÚJOP dormitory at Poděbrady.
Building No: 1144/2
City: Praha 10
Post code: 102 00
Country code: CZE
Street: José Martího
Building No: 407/2
City: Praha 6
Post code: 162 00
Country code: CZE
Street: Jana Opletala
Building No: 77
Post code: 290 01
Country code: CZE
- 24. Leave it blank.
- 25. If you are applying for a visa for a year, write 365 days; for 8 months – 242 days (for those who are applying for a visa to study at the COMPLEX COMBI course).
- 26. If during the last 3 years you have been issued any Czech visas, indicate their numbers and validity periods.
- 27. Indicate you last 3 Schengen visas (if you have any).
- 28. Students of Charles University preparatory courses choose the purpose “Studium/Study” (study centres “Prague-Krystal”, “Poděbrady”). See the sample for specifications.
- 29. Indicate the estimated/planned date of entry into the Czech Republic. By default, this date is September 1 or January 1 (for those who apply for a visa to study at the COMPLEX COMBI course).
- 30. Indicate the estimated/planned date of departure from the Czech Republic. By default, it is August 31st of the following year.
- 31. Fill in according to the sample. (If you are not arriving by plane, in this section, you should indicate the name of the border point on the side of the Czech Republic, where you are going to cross the border and go through the customs control.)
- 32. Fill in according to the sample.
- 33. Fill in according to the sample.
- 34. Fill in according to the sample.
- 35. Fill in according to the sample.
- 36. If you do not have a spouse, fill in according to the sample.
- 37. If you do not have children, fill in according to the sample.
- 38. Indicate your home address.
- 39. Indicate your phone number (current).
- 40. Indicate your email address (current).
Read the box with your rights and responsibilities.
Indicate the place and date of the application submission. Make sure to sign it.
Then, with this application and the collected documents, you can go to the embassy/consulate, where you are very likely to have a short interview as a part of the documents’ processing.
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