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Relocating to the Czech republic can be attractive and exciting, but also challenging with difficulties. Being an expat in a foreign country can be a whole different world for many people, with the culture shock, language barrier and generally settling down to regular life. It can seem like a whole different world. Ever since the mid-90s, the Czech Republic has been opening up with more international community. It's growing tourism industry has made the country a popular destination with attractive cities, especially the capital of Prague. It is a popular city for expats with its booming tourist industry and also the development of International business. But what does it really involve to live in Prague?

Foreigners come to Prague for different reasons and situations. They come for a get-away, to travel, for holidays and relaxing. But they also come here for a new life, to live here and settle into a career. So what is really living in Prague for the more serious expats? Re-locating to Prague can be a fresh, exciting and attractive experience, but also just as challenging and even difficult, especially at the start. Many formalities and administrative tasks may need to be done for Eu citizen and especially more for Non-EU citizens. How do you settle into regular life in Prague? Relocation to Prague can involve complex VISA applications and dealing with the extensive Czech bureaucracy. The language barriers and formalities in the 'offices' can be stressful, tough and exhausting. But thankfully, there are agencies who can support you and take care of everything. One particular agency is 4expats, who are skilled and professional in handling your relocation and supporting you.

4expats provide many services for EU and non-EU citizens. Many aspects of relocation are covered and they have a website at with their services listed. There are basic to complex services, from parking cards, open cards, employee cards... to more complex formal procedures, residency permits, citizenship, etc. For example residence permits for EU and non EU, various types of residency such as short term, temporary, long term, long stay, permanent and for family. The more challenging relocation is for Non-EU citizens. They need more support with paper work and living legally in Czech Republic. But 4expats will cover the whole process, so you can relax and enjoy your new expat life in Prague. Do you want to become a Czech citizen? It is one of the more serious formalities to deal with and you can get this done for you too. Citizenship is a serious and necessary process for many people. It can be a lengthy process, with strict formalities and one of the hardest of all the relocation services. Also, what about business set up? You can get yourself a trade license or SRO. 4expats will take you through it step-by-step until you are fully active and ready for action..! Services also for family. What about TEFL courses in Prague? People come here to train for their TEFL course. These TEFL courses are very popular in Prague and these foreigners have a difficult and challenging time to do their course, while trying to settle into their relocation. Expats who are in a relationship with a Czech person can get residency more easily now. You needed to be married to get residency permit... and that was the system before. But not anymore, because there is a possibility for non-EU people to have a residency which is based on 'relationship' with an EU person. People do not have to be married to apply for EU family member temporary residency. The agency will get you the support you need for residency on the basis of a relationship.

At 4expats, Veronika is the owner of the business and is very experienced in dealing with all aspects of relocation. There are many important issues to consider for relocating to Czech Republic. They will provide you with a fast, efficient and personalized service to get you settled into regular life in Czech Republic. In each individual situation, they try to find the best solution to enable you to live legally in the Czech Republic in the simplest and most streamlined way possible. See their list of affordable services here. 4expats is not affiliated with the Czech Government and act independently in the interests of our clients. As they say... "Our staff understands the difficulty involved in dealing with an unfamiliar system and we are here to make the process as quick and painless as possible. We are looking forward to working with you and helping you become a legal resident of the Czech Republic!"
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Date of Listing: 07 June 2015, 15:39:37

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