Labour migration

Information for migrants on measures related to prevention of COVID-19 and residency Information for migrants on measures related to prevention of COVID-19 and residency 21/03/20

On 12 March 2020, a state of emergency was declared for a period of 30 days, during which many restrictions on everyday life in the Czech Republic may occur. It is therefore imperative to pay attention to the latest information. This is often not available in other language than Czech, so when in doubt, do not hesitate to contact us or our colleagues from other organizations.

Contact:

  • Phone: +420 224 224 379
  • Mobil: +420 605 263 035, +420 603 547 450
  • E-mail: poradna@migrace.com

Below you can find a brief overview of the measures in force as of 26 March 2020 (17:00/5:00 PM) concerning migration and residency matters.

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Important information in context with coronavirus epidemic Important information in context with coronavirus epidemic 20/03/20

Pay special attention to updated important information in context with coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic and employment related issues in various language versions available at our website SIMI. Important informations are available at Czech, English and Russian.

The document contains informations about:

  • Carer´s allowance
  • Exceptional immediate financial help
  • Wage compensation
  • And other work related issues.

Current information will be available at www.migrace.com and our Facebook.

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Amendments to the Act on the Residence of Aliens effective from 31 July 2019 Amendments to the Act on the Residence of Aliens effective from 31 July 2019 31/07/19

Amendments to the Act on the Residence of Aliens effective from 31 July 2019

  • Changes to employee cards
  • Applying for employee cards and long-term residence at embassies abroad
  • Special long-term work-visa
  • Changes to the visa for the purpose of study or scientific research
  • and others

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Practical guide with tips how to deal with various life situations Practical guide with tips how to deal with various life situations 29/09/16

Are you a migrant woman aged 40 years and more? Are you tackling any of these issues?:

  • Residence permits in the CR
  • Czech citizenship
  • Employment or entrepreneurship
  • Retirement pension or social benefits
  • Health and insurance
  • Housing or family issues
  • Free time and public life

Read our guide with advice and tips for you on how to find the best way to deal with various life situations during your stay in the Czech Republic:

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Refugee Fund - a joint project of SIMI and the Chamber of Commerce Refugee Fund - a joint project of SIMI and the Chamber of Commerce 13/12/15

In cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce of the Czech Republic (www.komora.cz) SIMI is launching a project to support the integration of refugees into Czech society. One of the most important moments in the integration of refugees into the society is the integration into the labor market, which entails not only economic self-sufficiency, but also self-confidence and scope for integration into the events around them.

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Research on migrant women working in the Czech households 18/08/15

In 2014, SIMI conducted a quantitative research among migrant women working in other people's homes within a 2-year project called Equal opportunities on the threshold of Czech homes.

Now we bring the English version of the research titled as Situation of migrant women on the Czech market of domestic work.

The first of its kind in the Czech Republic, this research is primarily concerned with working conditions of these migrant women, the tasks these women execute as well as with other matters related to paid domestic work.

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An overview of institutions and services in Prague 3 (not only) for foreigners An overview of institutions and services in Prague 3 (not only) for foreigners 02/06/15

NEW TOOL from SIMI! We have prepared a useful map with an overview of public services and institutions with services located in Prague 3. In this map you will find useful contacts on free counselling for migrants, social services, important state authorities or health care facilities. The map includes contact information – address, email, web site or opening hours. The map is also available online in English, Czech and Russian at http://mapa.migrace.com/ or you can download the pocket leaflet version.

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SIMI will discuss on Sanctions Directive at the European Parliament SIMI will discuss on Sanctions Directive at the European Parliament 05/12/14

On Tuesday 2 December, we took part at a public event in the European Parliament in Brussels, which focused on implementation of the so called Employers Sanctions Directive thorough the EU countries.

MEPs, representatives of European institutions, policy makers and civil society sought together for answers on questions whether the directive represents an effective tool in fighting irregular migration or what are its impacts when it comes to the protection of rights of undocumented migrant workers.

The event was organised by PICUM and all partner NGOs involved in the project For undocumented migrants´rights in the Central Europe, including SIMI.

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We invite you to evening about Kurdistan We invite you to evening about Kurdistan 04/11/14

Come to learn more about the largest nation without its own state. Discover its history, culture, current situation and curiosities. During the evening you can also taste traditional specialties of Kurdistan and try to prepare them. The evening will be hosted by Mr. Karim Hussein, a Syrian Kurd living in the Czech Republic.

  • When: November 12, 2014 at 7 pm
  • Where: ZŠ Kladská, Kladská 1201/1, Praha 2-Vinohrady

Free entry

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Publication Foreign workers in the labour market in the Czech Republic and in selected European countries 30/09/14

The publication we have prepared for you concerns a relatively narrow issue: the position of foreign workers in the labour market in the Czech Republic and in several other selected countries of the European Union. Our original intention was to address mainly the question of job safety for these persons, as well as work accidents and occupational diseases.

  • the publication can be picked up at our SIMI office an online to download
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