Getting help

We sincerely hope you will never need this section. Anyway, there is a list of lawyers as well as help and support centres and emergency numbers.

EMERGENCY CONTACTS

112 - the European emergency number. Calls can be answered not only in Czech, but also in English, German, Polish, Russian and French with the help of a translating software.

The national emergency numbers are:

  • 150 – fire brigade
  • 155 – rescue/ambulance
  • 156 – metropolitan police
  • 158 – police

CELZUS

Celzus charity organisation offers professional social counselling and basic legal advice to all. They can also help you with recognition of your degrees and qualifications from abroad (nostrification), retraining programmes (requalification), personal assistance during appointments with municipal and state authorities including OAMP (Department of Asylum and Migration Policy).

BRNO EXPAT CENTRE

The Brno Expat Centre provides free consultation and assistance. They have professional knowledge of the legislation and bureaucracy concerning a foreigner’s stay in the Czech Republic, and thanks to frequent contacts with officials know how the legal regulations are interpreted in practice.

www.brnoexpatcentre.eu

THE SOUTH MORAVIAN REGIONAL CENTRE TO SUPPORT THE INTEGRATION OF FOREIGNERS

A project of the South Moravian Region co-financed by the National Fund of the Asylum, Migration and IntegrationFund (AMIF). The Centre’s activities support integration of foreigners into Czech society. The main objective is to ensure equal access to integration services and qualified integration support.


www.cizincijmk.cz/en

In Iustitia

In IUSTITIA provides legal assistance and focuses on improving access to justice for foreign nationals living in the Czech Republic.


www.en.in-ius.cz

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