December edition of FREE integration course for foreigners
New in the Czech Republic? Join the free integration course for foreigners. Only a few places left! Photo: “Welcome to the CZ” integration course
Brno, Nov 24 (BD) – Nowadays, 29,171 foreigners from more than 150 countries are living in the Brno-City district (Brno-město).
Some individuals have an easier time adjusting than others, but relocation is difficult for many people, and relocation counseling can be quite helpful in the process.
Non-EU nationals are invited to participate in the free public integration course “Welcome to the CZ” on Dec 2, at 9am-5pm in the community center for foreigners at Mezírka 1.
The integration course conveys information about housing, residence legislation, employment, or Czech healthcare and educational system. “Attending the official integration course is the best opportunity for foreigners to gain essential immigration information, and it’s free of charge,” PR Manager of the course Filip Davydov says.
“I really liked the course. I felt like surrounded by people I have already met, like with friends. It was completely worth making the sacrifice of waking up early on Saturday. For sure, I would attend any other course given there.” – a course participant
The course is held in English. Most lecturers are qualified social workers and lawyers who provide reliable and relevant information in compliance with the Czech legislation.
“Nothing more to add, apart from a big thank you from the bottom of my heart. We need more people like you guys in the entire world. People able to help, to share their knowledge, to make other people smile! Keep up going like that, muchas gracias!” – a course participant
The number of participants for the integration course is limited to 25 persons. Only 13 places left! So, register now at Vitejtevcr.cz.
Registration is mandatory.
When: Dec 2, 2017 at 9am-5pm
Where: The South Moravian Regional Centre to Support the Integration of Foreigners, Mezírka 1, Brno, 6th floor
Admission: No admission fee. Registration is mandatory.
For more information, visit the official website or Facebook.
The 8-hour integration course focuses on:
Residence legislation: Visas, long-term residence permit, permanent residence permit, citizenship. Terms, conditions and fees. Biometrics. Travel in EU/Schengen area. Invitation to family and friends. Family reunification. Conditions for study.
Employment: Employee card. Types of work contracts. How to look for a job. Taxes. Health and social insurance. Students and employment. Risks and protection of employees.
Business: Starting a business license in the Czech Republic. Health, social insurance, taxes. Residence legislation and running a business.
Education: Czech educational system. Placement of children in Czech schools. Czech language courses. Recognition of previous education.
Healthcare, health and social insurance: Healthcare system in the Czech Republic. Public and private health insurance. Social security system in the Czech Republic.
Housing: Renting a flat. Searching for flat. Housing contracts. Fees related to rental and services. Housing and residence legislation.
Everyday practical life: Emergencies. Transportation. Driving license. Post office. Official correspondence etc.
About the Czech Republic: Czech public holidays. Customs and traditions. Basic cultural overview. Interesting sights and leisure time activities.
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