EXPATLEGAL involved in pro bono COVID-19 activity –

Dear clients, we just wanted to share with you that EXPATLEGAL is involved in Here you can download free templates that might be useful for you during the COVID-19 situation. Let us please know should you need any help! Stay safe.

Coronavirus FAQ – the most common questions answered -UPDATED

Dear clients and expats, we have updated our article on Coronavirus FAQ based on the latest news from Ministry of Interior, have a look here:


Coronavirus FAQ – the most common questions answered


Coronavirus FAQ – the most common questions answered

The Government of the Czech Republic declared state of emergency on the whole territory of the Czech Republic for 30 days as of as of 13th March 2020 from 14:00 followed by nationwide quarantine announced from March 16th 0:00 until March 24th 6:00. Preventive measures and restrictions were introduced in order to stop spreading of the SARS CoV-2 virus aka coronavirus and many of them affect life of expats living and working on the territory of the Czech Republic. We prepared list of questions that we receive most frequently now. See our immigration law section please.  

State of emergency – prevention against spread of COVID-19. What does it mean for foreigners?

Dear clients, please note that a state of emergency was declared in the Czech Republic as of today as a prevention against spread of COVID – 19.

What does it mean for you? You can find more info about travelling to/from CZ and visa proceeding here:…/new-obligations-and-information-for-f…

Do not hesitate to let us know should you have any questions.

Stay safe.



BREXIT ALERT – the Ministry of Interior issues its recommendations

The Ministry of Interior has published recommendation for British citizens living in the Czech Republic. The Ministry recommends all UK citizens to apply for either Certificate of Temporary Residence if they intend to stay in the country for more than three months or Continue reading

Aliens Act Amendment – what should you do before it comes into force on August 15th, 2017?

On August 15, 2017 crucial changes in the Alliens Act are coming into force, we would like to point out the most significant changes: Continue reading

Study visa in the Czech Republic

If you plan to study in the Czech Republic for more than 3 months and if you are coming from a country outside of EU, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland, you need to apply for a long-term visa or a long-term residence permit for the purpose of studies in the Czech Republic.

When can you apply directly for a long-term residence permit? Continue reading

Multilingual Job Fair

Our experts will participate in Multilingual Job Fair organized by our partners where representatives from the biggest international companies will come to hire new talents.

Our experts will be presenting on the topic of Employment Law.

Date and Time: April 8, 2017; 10 AM – 5 PM
Venue: Anglo-American University Prague, Letenská 5, Prague 1

More info and FREE registration:


Number of binational couples grows every year, hand in hand with this growth walks the divorce rate. Once married to the Czech citizen or just living in the Czech Republic for a long time with your expat spouse, getting divorced could be more complicated from the legal perspective.​ Continue reading


Together with our partners Praguexpats and Jobspin we have organized the first workshop of our series focused on employment in the Czech Republic. We provided overall information about Czech Labor Law answering the tricky questions such as termination, prolongation of employment contracts, non-compete clause or the Schwarz-system (working on the border of labor and business law). Continue reading