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Permanent Residence

The permanent residence permit entitles the foreigner to reside in the Slovak Republic, make trips abroad and return to the territory of Slovakia within the time he was granted a permanent residence by the police department.

The police department based on an application will grant a permanent residence for five years (the “initial approval”), first. After five years, upon a next request the police department gives permission to reside permanently (called ‘additional authorization”).

Initial Approval of the Permanent Residence

Police department will grant a foreigner the first permanent residence permit:

  • if he is a spouse of a citizen of the Slovak Republic with permanent residence in the Slovak Republic or dependent direct relative of the Slovak Republic’s citizen with permanent residence in the Slovak Republic
  • to a single child under 18 years vested in the personal care of a foreigner who is married to a citizen of the Slovak Republic with permanent residence in the Slovak Republic
  • to a single child who is younger than 18 years with the foreigner’s permanent residence permit or a child under 18 years vested in the personal care of a foreigner with permanent residence permit,
  • to a dependent child over 18 years with the foreigner’s permanent residence permit or
  • if it’s in interest of the Slovak Republic.

The police department grants the first permit to a foreigner who is a single child under 18 years vested in the personal care of a foreigner who is married to a citizen of the Slovak Republic with permanent residence in the Slovak Republic or a single child under 18 years vested in the personal care of a foreigner with permanent residence and if the parent whom the child was entrusted to the personal care and has the right to meet with that child agrees on merger.

The application for the initial approval should be submitted in person at the Embassy of Slovakia or at the Police Department.

Documents Needed for Application

First of all, the foreigner should have these documents:

  • the application – given on an official form,
  • valid passport,
  • photo – 3 pieces of the same picture with dimensions 3 x 3.5 cm, showing applicant’s current look.

Also, documents that are not older than 90 days and confirm:

  • financial liability of the foreigner – should be shown with the amount equal to the minimum living wage of Slovakia (around 350 euro) for each month of stay (foreigners younger than 16 years at half rate). For such a document shall be considered:
    • sworn declaration of spouse or parent, that the applicant provide material security for the entire stay,
    • extract from the personal account showing the financial institution in Slovakia on the applicant’s name,
    • employer’s confirmation of the amount of earned income.
  • the purpose of stay:
    • Slovak marriage certificate or birth certificate of the child, an official document of entrusting the child to education, certificate of permanent residence of the alien and his sworn declaration that he agrees with immigrated alien,
    • confirmation that the alien was not for the entire period of stay of the debtor contributions to health insurance, sickness insurance or unemployment, and that the filing date does not tax and custom arrears of debt, if staying temporarily for the purpose of business, or employment for more than 10 years,
    • document certifying permanent residence of the person calling on immigration,
    • notarised statement from the person to which the alien applying for immigration belongs to to cover the costs of the applicant’s livelihood not to burden the social security system of the Slovak Republic,
  • no criminal record in any country that the foreigner has lived in for the last two years, as well as for the country of origin and also Slovakia,
  • accommodation – for such a document shall be considered:
    • contract with the owner or user of the apartment, substantiate the deed,
    • certified statement from the landlord who is providing the accommodation.
  • health insurance needed for the time of staying in Slovakia and a proof that he/she doesn’t suffer from a disease which threatens public health, within 30 days of entry.

The representative office or police department may require a proof that he/she is not a burden on the social security system of the Slovak Republic.

The Police will decide on applications for initial approval within 90 days of the request, particularly in complex cases, this period may be extended up to 90 days.

Additional Authorization of the Residence Permit

Police department will grant an additional authorization to a foreigner who:

  • has been granted the first permit (initial approval)
  • who
    1. has the temporary residence permit for employment purposes and his previous ongoing temporary residence lasted for at least five years immediately before the permanent residence application,
    2. has the temporary residence permit for business purposes and his previous ongoing temporary residence lasted for at least five years immediately before the permanent residence application,
    3. is a family member (not the husband or wife) of the foreigner who has been authorized a temporary residence for business or employment purposes and has temporary residence permit for at least five years immediately before the permanent residence application,
    4. is married to a foreigner with the permanent residence permit and has been granted the temporary residence permit for at least five years immediately before the permanent residence application, or
    5. is a lone parent who takes care of a foreigner with permanent residence permit and has been granted temporary residence permit for at least five years immediately before the permanent residence application.
  • has ceased to another permit on the grounds for the additional authorization.The foreigner has been granted with long-term residence or resided 6 years outside of Slovakia or it was canceled because he permanently stayed outside European Economic Area for 12 consecutive months;
  • is a child of the foreigner younger than 18 years old with foreigner’s permission of the second permit.

Application for Additional Authorization

Additional authorization application must be handed in in person on the official form for the police department, for an applicant who is disabled in any form and therefore can not apply in person, a family member can do it for him. The police department gives confirmation of receipt.

For an application for further authorization the foreigner must provide a passport and photographs (see above). If the foreigner does not have a travel document the police department will not accept the request for additional authorization.

The police will decide on applications for additional authorization within 90 days upon receipt. The initial permit or temporary residence permit will be accepted until the decision on applications for additional authorization has been made.

Termination of the Residence Permit

The residence permit shall expire if:

  • the foreigner does not enter the territory of Slovak Republic, within 180 days of authorization to reside,
  • the foreigner decides on termination of his stay in writing sending it to the police,
  • the foreigner’s initial approval has expired and he hasn’t requested an additional authorization,
  • the foreigner has been sentenced to expulsion,
  • the foreigner was deported
  • the foreigner has been given the citizenship of Slovakia,
  • is a special case of further authorization or the foreigner has been granted with a long-term stay or he is living six years outside Slovakia, or
  • the police department set aside the foreigner’s permanent residence permit.

Abolition of the Residence Permit

The police will revoke the residence permit if:

  • becomes aware of facts which are grounds for rejection of application for a residence permit,
  • foreigner did not submit an evidence showing his health insurance during his stay in Slovakia and the proof that he is not suffering from any disease which threatens public health,
  • the foreigner without written notification to the police constantly staying abroad for more than 180 days
  • it’s been found that a foreigner got married to obtain the permanent residence permit,
  • the foreigner has been granted with the permanent residence permit for family reunification with his wife and their marriage has been dissolved within five years from the first authorization,
  • foreigner determined in 2nd and 3rd point in the other permit that he continuously resides outside the European Economic Area for 12 consecutive months or
  • the foreigner shall intentionally falsify or mislead any information or submit false documents.

This does not apply if the consequences of a permanent residence permit were unreasonable because of the abolition of the residence permit in particular with regard to private and family life of a foreigner.

The police in the decision to revoke the permanent residence gives the foreigner a reasonable period to leave the country, the longest is 30 days after the final decision.

Birth of a Foreigner in Slovakia

If a foreigner born in Slovakia or in another state of the European Economic Area, whose parent was granted with the residence permit, this parent can ask the police department for a residence permit of the same kind within 90 days after the birth of the child.

The parent shall attach these documents to the application:

  • child’s travel document or her own travel document in which the child is registered,
  • child’s birth certificate,
  • photographs of the child (see above),
  • proof of health insurance and proof of the child’s financial security,
  • proof of guaranteed accommodation.

If a parent of the foreigner born in the Slovak Republic or another country of the European Economic Area doesn’t requests for the residence permit, the parents have to ensure his/her departure within 90 days. Until a decision on the residence application a foreigner born in Slovakia or another country of the European Economic Area is deemed permitted.

63 Responses to Permanent Residence

  1. Cornelia Thalmann May 26, 2011 at 6:29 pm #

    Dear Sir and Madam

    I kindly want to ask you which requirements have to be fulfilled that a ukrainian person can live in Slovakia. E.g. is it possible for a ukrainian citizen to live in your country without beeing an employee (retired or wealthy person)?

    Many thanks for your most appreciated support.

    Kind regards

    Cornelia Thalmann

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    We are about to update this information soon, check back!

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  2. sadruddin May 31, 2011 at 7:32 am #

    I am an asst professor and willing to relocate in your country if i receive a job offer in the field of teaching. can you help me how can i get a relevant job in your country?

    regards

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Pls, see http://www.slovak-republic.org/work/

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  3. hossam June 11, 2011 at 8:18 pm #

    Hello!
    I have granted permanent stay as I am married to Slovakian lady.
    I am required to travel quite often to some countries because of my job as journalist.
    I hear that there is a certificate named “certificate of Slovaks living abroad”which allow me to stay out of Slovakia for more than 6 months.. is this information correct?
    I am out of Slovakia now.. my wife has power of attorney ..can she ask for this certificate on my behalf? this certificate has to be issued from police ?is there any requirements to be presented ?with this certificate I can live abroad and came to Slovakia anytime without informing the police ? also I have question about insurance.. I have international one issued from Egypt .. do I have to pay health insurance in Slovakia as well? or what should I do?
    Thanks for your assistance and help.

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    http://www.mzv.sk/servlet/washingtonzu?MT=/App/WCM/ZU/WashingtonZU/main.nsf/vw_ByID/ID_621F5291AE4A5FD4C125715B004FFE51_EN&TG=BlankMaster&URL=/App/WCM/ZU/WashingtonZU/main.nsf/vw_ByID/ID_90430C1641C1DB42C1257410003822E5_EN&OpenDocument=Y&LANG=EN&HM=15-Slovak%20Living%20Aboard&OB=0

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    hossam replies:

    Thanks for the link.. but it is just for Slovakian citizen I guess. nothing for people with permanent?and what about my other questions?can you give some answers to them?
    Hossam

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Exactly, it’s only for Slovak citizens, nothing for Slovakia residents. Regarding health insurance… if you work abroad and you are insured there, you don’t have to have health insurance in Slovakia. But if you are not working in Egypt, you need to be insured in Slovakia.

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  4. Mian June 18, 2011 at 9:33 pm #

    Ahoj,
    I wanna ask something,I have five years permanent resident visa just confirm me onething that if i can work in other countries as pay is higher and more jobs than SR,Can i work in other EU countries? Thanks

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Unfortunately, no.

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    Alik replies:

    Is it possible to work in other EU or EEA contries for holders of permanent residency permit issued by Slovakia?

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    No.

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  5. Angie June 21, 2011 at 10:24 am #

    Hi there,
    I would like to ask a question regarding the permanent residence for my husband who is “third country” citizen.
    We are married for more than a year and plan to start permanent residence process soon. I am Slovak but working in Austria. I don´t even have a problem to relocate to Slovakia because of this. However my husband will come on a visitor´s schengen visa granted by Austrian embassy. Can he apply for permanent residence in Slovkaia with schengen visa granted by another authority than Slovak one? Thanks for the answer.

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    This should not be any problem, your husband has the right to come to Slovakia and that is enough.

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    Angie replies:

    Thanks a lot for your reply.
    Could you please guide me where to get immigration office information about entering EU? The thing is that I used to work in the air industry and when my husband came to EU for the first time he came with me on so called “stand by” ticket which is unconfirmed ticket for airline staff and their family members. It was not a problem thought it is not confirmed ticket. However he traveled back from EU with a normal regular ticket and we bought return ticket from Vienna to his town and now he will be flying back the second – return – portion of the journey. This means he actually doesn´t have return ticket from his county to EU. Do you think this can be a problem as he is the spouse of EU citizen? If you know the answer thanks in advance, if not, could you pleasegive me some idea where to call to know more? Thanks a lot! Cheers, Angie

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Strange situation and this indeed can be a problem when granting visa. Call to the appropriate embassy and ask what to do: http://www.slovak-republic.org/visa-embassies/of-slovakia/ My guess is, you will have to buy a new return ticket, but I am not sure.

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    Angie replies:

    Thanx once again for the reply. In fact, visa is not problem at all, embassy do not require ticket as the supporting document for visa issuance since it is the matter of EU citizen spouse. They simply don´t ask for this and if yes, everybody provides only reservation, which you can make for free anytime without buying a ticket later…
    What I am worried about is how the immigration officer would look at my husband not having return ticket. I am not sure if it would be sufficient to buy another one way ticket, this time from Europe to husband´s country… What do you think?

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  6. Billy July 2, 2011 at 4:11 pm #

    Hi there,

    I am working in Bratislava I have a work permit and temporary residence permit for Slovak Republic, when can I apply for permanent residence in Slovak Republic?

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    After having temporary residence for 5 years.

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  7. Mian July 13, 2011 at 11:12 pm #

    Good day,
    I need to know that i’ve permanent residence and i’m in SR more than 6 months and i need to know i need driving license and im still beginer in slovak language but i’ve driving license from my country since 2000 and i need to know that if i can give test in enhlish?Thanks

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    I doubt that, all of the tests are made in Slovak, some signs are in Slovak, etc.

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    Mian replies:

    Thanks for quick reply but can’t you make it clear Yes or no? Cause if there english test then i can do it easily and if not then it will take time to learn slovak language or,I can learn Slovak language(Not perfect but words which i can use in test) which i will need in test is it possible?Or i shud be perfect in Slovak language?Thanks

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    The answer was not clear, because I dont know… The driving school can be done in English: http://www.vodicak.sk/autoskola.php?vloz=kurzy&autoskola_id=1331 , but I dont know whether the testing by police can be done in English. Contact the company and pls come back and let us know here in the comments.

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    Mian replies:

    Sure if i will find any reply helpful i will share Thanks Nice work dudes

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    abdul replies:

    slovak traffic office will exchange some driving license issued by other countries according to vienna conference in 2008 i think.make sure that your country is listed in that agreement and you had i residence for more than 6 months

    hassan replies:

    Hi let me help you about driving license.
    According to the law , after 180 from issuing your permanent resident, you have period of 90 days to replace your local driving license with Slovakian one.
    you have to bring your license and international one as well issued from you country and paper stating that you carry driving license and you need to translate them to Slovk and to go to your local police department that responsible for issuing license .
    they will take your license and in two weeks you should receive Slovakian one . Fees about 6 euro
    you dont have to go through school .
    this information according to the Slovakian law

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    Mian replies:

    Hey Hassan can i have your email address if yes then please send me here or on my email address Thanks

    Mian replies:

    Salam Hassan ,
    I don’t know if i can give my email address here but i need to contact with you my email id is= mian_omer82@hotmail.com

  8. clement August 11, 2011 at 4:21 pm #

    Hi there,
    I am from ghana and have been in Poland for 5years, and has valid temporal residence there.Do i still need criminal record from my country to apply for permanent residence in slovakia, now am married to a slovakian?

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Yes.

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  9. Alik August 24, 2011 at 9:09 am #

    Hello,

    Do holders of permanent residency permit has any electoral rights in Slovakia?

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    No, only citizens of Slovakia have.

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  10. ismail cokan August 26, 2011 at 2:05 pm #

    Dear Competent,

    Firstly, I would like to present myself. I am ismail cokan from Turkey. I have been living in slovakia/nitra the years between 2007(october)-2011 (july.) i worked in YMCA Nitra 2007 october / 2008 october as European Union Voluntery service. Then i decided to study in polnohospodar univerzita the department of european studies and regional development. I completed to my master study there in 2011 june.

    I wanted to get a residence permit for work after the graduation but I had a very bad situation. I found the job in Levice after the graduation, its managing the restaurant.

    I prepared the necessary documents to obtain the residence permit (work permit, insurance, accommodation, stamps, etc. all). And I made an application to the Nitra foreigners police on June 24. They have accepted my application, told me just need one more document (employment contract) and they gave me to bring it in the period of 5 working days. I delivered it in 3. day.

    The problem was my residence permit coming to an end on June 30. Thats why I asked to the foreign police whether is there enough time to get residence permi tor should i do something more?? they said “time is enough , you gave all the documents, we will call you when be ready, just wait the call from us” and they gave me the included paper my application was made on June 24. Then the police called me 30 of june about at 9 am while I was waiting residence permit and told me i have to leave from slovakia at the same day (last day of my permission!!!!). Why is defined as “if foreigners would like to work in the country after school they have to go home country and come back to slovakia before get residence permit”. The problem is that impossible to find a ticket on the same day during the summer to Turkey. So, i couldnt find ticket, found earliest 5-6 days later. The foreign police took me for testify on July 1. They asked me why I didn’t leave from Slovakia when they called me and i mentioned them applying process, told them that asked twice whether is there any problem etc. Only, they told me this detail have escaped from their eyes!! My question was why they called me at the last day, even i have asked!!!

    As a result, i receive a decision (punishment) as to leave from country in 1 week, plus 1 year ban to come slovakia!! and gave me the right to appeal the decision within 15 days. Its not fair to get punishment, it wasnt my faul.

    I gave the attorneyship to my friend and came to turkey on 5 july, used our right to appeal through a lawyer. I still did not get any answer, waiting!!!
    I do not know why such a case. While I was in Slovakia, i didnt have any problem, never been against to the law ….

    My idea is that the punishment is not because of my fouls, i am right. So, if i will receive a answer to the my appeal as not cancel this decision, Next step will be European Court of Human Rights.

    Please, could you instruct me about the issue.

    Yours Sincerely
    ismail cokan

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    I am very sorry for your situation, it seems that you were a victim of bureaucracy when one employer of the foreign police had ensured you about something and the other one sent you home to Turkey.

    In your position, I would send the whole story to some or all Slovak televisions – TA3, Markiza, Joj. They will probably be interested in it. If there is anything that can be done to get you back to Slovakia, Slovak authorities use to speed up or repair processes if they see them in the TV (sad, but true). Give it a try… http://www.ta3.com/sk/vas-tip-na-reportaz , somreporter@markiza.sk , noviny@joj.sk.

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  11. hassan September 2, 2011 at 5:24 am #

    Hello
    I have Slovakian permanent resident.. Am I eligible to apply for EEA card? if yes ,from where I can apply and how long it takes to issue it? I tried to google it but I prefer you as i feel you do your best to provide accurate information .
    Thanks
    Hassan

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Are you a EEA family member? Slovak permanent residence is not Slovak citizenship.

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  12. Ana September 6, 2011 at 2:21 pm #

    Dear Sirs,

    I am Non European Citizen and intrested in applying for permanent residence or citizenship for example on the basis of investment or donation. As far as I know permanent residence or citizenship can be granted for significant contribution to the country. What is considered significant contribution and is it possible for me to qualify for this option? I am wealthy enough not to work. What are the requirements and the ongoing. Also costs and fees.

    Kindest regards,
    Ana

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    The citizenship for such cases is usually meant for people doing huge investments in Slovakia or well known sportsmen (women) or scientists. And it is judged case by case. Most of the people do not qualify for this and usually some Slovak associations (sport, science, business) help such a person to get the citizenship. It will be better if you contact slovak embassy, directly and ask them whether you would qualify.

    But permanent residence for business reasons you can get far more easily.

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  13. hassan September 9, 2011 at 8:37 am #

    Hello !
    As I have permanent resident .. do I need to register with the labor office ? is there any problems if i didnt ?any benefits if i will register with them?
    also is there course for integration in the Slovakian society?
    some countries gives the permanent resident holder to study the language for free .. is it applying in Slovakia as well?
    Thanks

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Sorry, I don’t know about such a program. If you have permanent residence, you can freely work in Slovakia, you don’t need to register at the Labour Office.

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    hassan replies:

    what do you think about this article ?
    http://spectator.sme.sk/articles/view/43761/2/immigrants_wanted.html

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    I am not an expert on migration, so I cannot comment this article. But with almost 15 % unempoyment in slovakia, it is a surprising information.

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    Akintayo Olugbenga replies:

    Dear Hassan,
    I do not know if my answer is sufficient enough to quench your thirst about training or lessons in the Slovak language. There is an organization is Slovakia called IOM- International Organization of Migration. They have office in Bratislava and one other part of Slovakia. They offer free Slovak language training and lessons to Migrants in Slovakia who have permanent residence and they also help with integration into the Slovak environment and give assistance with job search and so on. You may google them up or check on their website– http://www.mic.iom.sk for more information.

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    hassan replies:

    Dear Akintayo ,
    Thanks for your reply.
    Yes I know about IOM but in other countries the European governments gave grants for resident permanent holders to study the local language and integration courses for free.

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  14. andrés September 21, 2011 at 8:45 pm #

    Good day!
    I am chilean and I am actually married with a Slovak girl. I went to ask for the resident permit and they said that I have to leave Slovakia to a non-schengen country while they are processing the request. Is it true? As far as I know I could stay here the time of the process, but in police they said that I can not, so I have to leave my wife here and go to Croatia or Ukraine (as they said) for the time they take to approve the residence. I still can’t believe it, even they said they should come to our flat to be sure we are living together, but in the other hand they ask me to live? Hope you can help me. Cheers!

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    I don’t know your exact situation, is it because your visa expired? Otherwise I cannot imagine why is that.

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    hassan replies:

    They cant ask you to leave the country only if your visa is expired but other wise they are wrong and you can hire a lawyer for that .

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  15. khaled akbar October 15, 2011 at 5:39 pm #

    Hi .. I hope you can advice me in this matter.
    I am married to Slovak and she lives in UK while I live in Pakistan..I hold permanent resident.
    I met my wife two years ago in Prague when I was making business and she invited me to visit her in Bratislava and after sometime we got married .
    I had to make to her and her mother power of attorney in order to sign or fill all documents on my behalf while I am not there.
    I had sum of money about 3000 euro in local bank with knowledge of her family of course.
    I was told by my wife best friend that my wife is cheating on me and making affairs . I was shocked by that and I didnt believe it , I thought this friend just want to case problems between me and my wife but she sent me some photos for my wife with different men .
    I asked my wife but she deny that but when I emailed her the pictured she couldnt deny and instead of asking for forgiveness she says we will divorce if you want .
    I went to the bank and I found that 2500 of my credit was withdrawal by the power of attorney .. Thanks God I have some of money in another bank .
    Now I want to cancel or stop the power of attorney but I dont know where it was made so how can i annulled it before they steal the rest of my money?
    We are married for one year and I do have business in Slovakia .. I am aware of that divorce could cancel my permanent card, is there a way to avoid this ?
    last how long the divorce will cost me and should I say the reason for the divorce when I will lodge the application?
    I know there are many Slovak people but for my bad luck I met one not good person.
    I appreciate your fast answer .
    Thanks

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    The power of attorney… contact a lawyer, I cannot help you in this matter. Unfortunately, your residence card will be cancelled, unless you apply and receive other one (temporary) because of your business in Slovakia. The divorce can take a day if both of you agree with it, if not, it is a very painful and long time. Sorry for your situation…

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  16. MUHAMMAD November 1, 2011 at 1:19 pm #

    Dear Team

    HI This is MUhammad KAMRAN KHAN,I was today calling embassy in UAE but then i came to know that we need to contact IRAN/EGYPT(or any Country) for our enquires,infact i am having one query regarding the Permanent Residence in Slovakia.

    I am an Engineer working and residing permanently in many countries Kuwait,Yemen,United Arab Emirates(Dubai) from last 4 years.I have got an offer of employment in Chile(Latin America) and i was there from last 5 month.For me Dubai is to far and expensive to travel to LAT(22 hours flights),i want to Permanently reside in Slovakia and travel to Latin American Countries(Chile,Ecuador) from there,.

    There is an option FOR applying PR(see the attached file) that Police department will grant a foreigner the first permanent residence permit:if it’s in interest of the Slovak Republic.

    Now a days my salary(From Chile) is credited in Dubai and all my founds are here in Dubai.

    So Can you please let me know that if i want to settle in Slovakia then what will be the Documents else i need to provide and how much time it will take to complete the process.Following documents are already ready with me.

    Notarized Contract(of job offer)
    Salary Certificates of last 6 months
    Bank Statement,s showing Funds.
    Photographs
    Passport
    No Criminal Records Certificates(From DUBAI,Pakistan,Chile)
    Medical Certificate

    BR//KAMRAN
    +971554152911

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    All the info is in the article. I don’t think you will be eligible for getting permanent residence for the purpose that it is in interest of Slovakia. That are very rare situations – scientists, sportsmen and women, etc. But you can get it for business or employment reasons.

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  17. mike November 5, 2011 at 2:13 pm #

    Good day, I have applied for residence in Slovakia and I havent got answer so far. I just wanted to ask by what way should I expect them to inform me about it? Shall I receive letter or? Is the way of positive or negative answer the same? Thank you.

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    Yes, you will be informed by mail (letter).

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  18. Jim November 28, 2011 at 11:13 pm #

    Dear Sir,

    I grant a permanent residence permit of Republic of Slovak, and i want move to France to work there. is it possible to work with my permanent residence card in France? I am orginally non EU passport holder.

    thank you in advance

    Sincerly

    Jim

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    No, that is not sufficient for working in France.

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  19. Khan November 29, 2011 at 4:17 pm #

    Dobry Den
    First I would like to thank you for your help to others.
    I am married to Slovakian one year ago , We have many problems so I think the divorce is the only option we have.
    The problem is she doesnt want that, my questions are
    what can I do for having divorce?
    How long it should take if she refuse to sign?
    Last question , after divorce should I take the divorce paper to the police with my resident card? or should i go home with and just send them copy from divorce by mail?
    I didnt know who else I can ask
    Thanks again

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    You can ask the court to divorce you, but it can take time.

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  20. Mian December 29, 2011 at 12:58 am #

    Dobry Den,
    I want to know if i can visit Uk, to attend a friend’s wedding, without a visa. Currently I’ve Permanent residence in slovakia and i have pakistani passport.
    Dakujem

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  21. quass January 21, 2012 at 2:05 am #

    please, am a nigerian, i went to know if it normal,after one month of interview for my resident permit ,stell the application has not got to the foreign police.

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  22. viviane April 11, 2012 at 1:12 pm #

    I am married to Slovakia men and we have a baby born in Slovakia as well. I am currently have permanent residence in Slovakia that will expire in Jun 2013.
    I would like to know:
    How many days in advance a foreigner should apply for renew a permanent resident? What is the documentation need to apply? How much it will cost?

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    Slovak-Republic.org replies:

    The approval can take 90 days, so I would recommend to apply 90 days before your initial residence permit ends. Documents: application form, passport and photo.

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  23. noor August 27, 2012 at 4:56 pm #

    hello…
    with respect i would like to say that i am indian holding perment resident card in slovakia.now i came to uk for my job and i have 5 permanent resident in uk.so i would like to asked that i am now living in uk so i will loat me permenent resident card in slovakia or it will not effect..plz reply
    thank you
    noor

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  24. hopi May 24, 2013 at 9:36 am #

    hello Sir

    I would to know if married Slovak lady and then divorce what about Permanent resident its will be cancel or not also how to know if somebody has any (Lawsuit)Súdny proces in Slovakia ??how to check that.

    Regards

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