Obtained a paradoxical situation: collect all the necessary papers needed to obtain long-term visa can not apply them in a timely manner. This often entails the invalidity of certain documents because of the short duration of their validity, such as a certificate of professional record in Russia, or a certificate of professional records in the cr. In the end, all results in additional costs from the emigrants and new deadlines. In this case, and after receiving new, relevant documents, the potential immigrant in the same way at risk of becoming a "vicious circle" again without waiting for their turn. Of course, employees of Czech consulates, this situation does not bother – they are acting within the scope of the Law on acceptance of documents for emigration to the Czech Republic. Changes in the rules of filing the documents and to restrict the entry of new immigrants was due to the planned in December 2007, the entry of the Czech Republic into the Schengen area member countries of the treaty, which requirements were simple and short: "Restrict the flow of cis citizens entering the Czech Republic. Read more here: Sela Ward. "So that we (EU) opened the borders for you (Czech Republic) west, it is necessary to close the border to the east. " Members to the Schengen agreement is very much afraid of an influx of immigrants from the new members of Schengen, which includes the Czech Republic.
Massaged information that cheap labor force is not the best way to affect the economic, political and social situation, although, according to many economists, it is not so true. For information: The Schengen Agreement is nothing but, signed on 14 June 1985 seven European countries (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Portugal and Spain) with an agreement on the abolition of passport and customs control between them. At the moment "Schengen space" account for 15 European countries. This – Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Greece, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. Much to our chagrin, wishing to emigrate to the Czech Republic, took advantage of this situation, enterprising Merrie Men. In particular, in Moscow, all the embassy was first sold at prices ranging from 250 to 500 euros, and when the nerves of many waiter strained to the limit price, in some cases reached up to 2000 euros. And our fellow citizens, desperate to get an official way to the embassy began, not realizing that raise the demand for this "type of service." October 20, 2007 held last record a reception at the embassy in December 2007 with submission of a package of documents on the old procedure. Others still have to apply the rules, which take effect in the first quarter of 2008. We can only hoped that these new rules will not close the road to the Czech Republic and the Consular Section can arrange the order in presenting a package of documents on long-term visas.