I am currently living in the Czech Republic and awaiting my residency visa and a potential employer has asked for a work permit. I was wondering if 1. Do i need a work permit?
2. Do i have to apply for one and if so, how?
Any help you can provide would be really appreciated.
Yes, you need a work permit, you must contact the Prague embassy in your country.
I agree with the previous commenter. According to the law regulations, you should definitely have a work permit.
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