How to retire in the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic does not offer a specific retirement visa. To stay longer than 90 days, you will need to apply for a long-term visa, which can be issued for up to one year.
This visa requires that you have an official and active purpose for your stay, according to the experts at Move To Prague Relocation Services.US retirees can apply as freelancers intending to work in Prague or for study purposes, especially language courses. After one year, you can apply under the same “purpose” for a long-term residence permit for one year. After five years of legal residence in the Czech Republic, you can apply for permanent residence.
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