Applicants from Bhutan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka for employee cards traveling to the Czech Republic have to make an appointment for visa submission in the following manner.
The above specified category of applicants traveling to the Czech Republic shall schedule an appointment for the purpose of submitting their employee card application via the following e-mail address:
The subject of the e-mail requesting an appointment ONLY has to contain the passport number of the applicant. E-mails which will not contain only the passport number in the subject will not be considered as valid and will not be answered and processed. The system based on the alphanumeric code was cancelled.
Each applicant is allowed to send ONLY ONE (1) e-mail. Applicants who will send more than 1 e-mail (in case of duplicity of his/her passport number in the subjects of the e-mails), will be excluded. The applicant will be informed about the same in 1 e-mail, which will be sent as a reply to his/her first duplicate e-mail.
The email must contain the following identification information about the applicant:
- first name and surname
- date of birth
- passport number
- purpose of travel (employee card)
- phone number
- attachment- scan of the passport data page (in the .pdf format)
- attachment- scan of the document proving the travel purpose (complete and signed employment contract in the .pdf format)
1 email is valid for maximum of 1 applicant only (1 email = 1 applicant).
It is to be noted that the received applications will be accepted and processed chronologically. The applicant will only be given an appointment date if all the necessary requirements are fulfilled. All correct e-mails received before the available capacity is reached will be answered with an automatic response and will be processed within 7 days. When the capacity is reached, the applicant will receive an automatic response and can schedule an appointment date the following month.
The appointment dates are final and unchangeable. Cancelled appointments cannot be replaced by other applicants. If the applicant cancels his/her appointment, a new appointment must be arranged via e-mail under the described procedure.
The above mentioned email address can be used only for reservation of slots for submission of applications for employee cards.
There is no other way to make an appointment for submission of applications for employee card of the citizens of Bhutan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka and the Embassy will not respond to attempts which do not follow the above described procedure.
The concept of regulated economic migration aims to increase the presence of qualified employees from selected countries on the Czech labour market.
For the Embassy of the Czech Republic in New Delhi, the quota 100 employee card applications accepted out of the Program per year has been applied.
The limits established by the Government Regulation shall not be exceeded, hence the embassy is not entitled to exceed the limits under any circumstances.
The quota will be equally spread out across the 12 months.
On September 18, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. (Indian local time) the booking will be available for September, October, November 2019