VFS begins Czech Republic visa application centres

Agency offers two drop off points in the UAE (Dubai and Abu Dhabi), along with door-step passports delivery

Eduard Muricky, deputy minister, Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Czech Republic, and HE Alexandr Sporys, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the UAE
Eduard Muricky, deputy minister, Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Czech Republic, and HE Alexandr Sporys, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the UAE

VFS Global has launched visa application centres for the Embassy of the Czech Republic in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Travellers seeking to visit Czech Republic can submit visa applications and enrol for biometrics at the VFS Global centres in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

The launch was announced by Eduard Muřický, deputy minister, Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Czech Republic, and HE Alexandr Sporýš, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the UAE, at the inauguration of the visa application centre in Abu Dhabi. Services at both locations have subsequently commenced.

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Amongst a few convenience features, the agency will offer door-step delivery of passports, guaranteeing 100% security in handling all sensitive documentation.

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