Regulated activities in the Czech Republic
In case the service you want to provide is regulated in the Czech Republic, you have to notify the relevant authority which is responsible for the profession in question prior to the commencement of your business activities in the Czech Republic. The notification has to include the following documents:
- Proof of the nationality of the provider (copy of your passport or identity card).
- Proof that the service provider is legally established in his home country and a copy of your trade license or a statement from the trade register. You should remember that these documents should be in Czech.
- If the profession or service you want to provide in the Czech Republic is regulated in your home country, it is recommended also to include a copy of your qualification certificate and the Czech translation.
Submit the notification with all the accompanying documents to the relevant authority. The notification is valid for one year and after its expiry it has to be submitted again.
In case the service you want to provide in the Czech Republic falls within the category of regulated professions which have implications for public health or safety, the relevant authority may check your professional qualifications prior to the first provision. In such case the provider has to wait for a reply with the statement of the competent authority.
If the provision of the service necessitates a permanent residence in the Czech Republic exceeding three months, the provider should register at the police and apply for a temporary residence as an EU citizen.
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