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Starting 1 January 2009 language exams for foreingers will condition permanent residency

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In relation with the amendment of Law No. 326/1999 Col., on residence of foreigners in the Czech Republic, there will be obligatory exams for demonstration of Czech language competency for obtaining permanent residency in the Czech Republic starting 1 January 2009.

 

In relation with the amendment of Law No. 326/1999 Col., on residence of foreigners in the Czech Republic, there will be obligatory exams for demonstration of Czech language competency for obtaining permanent residency in the Czech Republic starting 1 January 2009.

The Czech language exam will be at official level A1. This level corresponds with 140 language course hours (up to 1 year of language course). The Czech language exam shall be provided by schools which have right to state language exams (only state language schools).

More information in Czech language can be downloaded at website Migrace online:

 

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