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How to Apply for the Czech Republic Digital Nomad Visa

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The Czech Republic digital nomad visa is actually a long-term business visa for freelancers known as Zivnostenske opravneni or Zivno for short. It allows freelancers to live in the Czech Republic for six months to a year and enjoy all that the Czech Republic has to offer. 

While this visa is not particularly for digital nomads, it can be a good fit for those digital nomads who are freelancers and want to live in the Czech Republic. To ensure we’re all on the same page, we’re going to keep referring to the Zivno visa, or freelancer visa, as the Czech Republic digital nomad visa because if you’re reading this, you’re probably a digital nomad. 

The application process can take quite a bit of time and plenty of paperwork. Many people choose to work with a professional firm to help complete and submit all of the paperwork mostly because everything must be written in Czech. However, it’s still important to know the process and how to apply for the Czech Republic digital nomad visa, which is why we wrote this guide to help you along the way. 

One of the benefits of having a visa for the Czech Republic is that you have free movement around the 26 Schengen countries in Europe. Only a couple of other digital nomad visas allow this kind of travel: Portugal, Malta, and Estonia.

What is a Digital Nomad Visa?

Traditionally, a digital nomad visa is a long-term residence permit where an individual can work remotely from a foreign country.

The Czech Republic digital nomad visa is different because, as we mentioned above, it is a long-term business visa for freelancers. This category makes it a little more difficult for people to receive the visa since they have to tie their freelance business to the Czech Republic in some way. In other words, they need a reason to live in the country for their work. 

Unlike other digital nomad visas, the Czech Republic visa allows you to work with Czech citizens and companies for your freelance work. So, you can have a Czech company as a client. 

Pro Tip: Many people get the visa when they want to teach English in the country.

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