Proof of no Outstanding Debts
It is necessary to provide a proof of no outstanding debts when applying for a long-term residence permit for the purpose of doing business and a long-term residence permit for the purpose of investment.
You are considered not to have outstanding debts if you have no unpaid balance:
- owed to a body of the Czech Financial Administration,
- owed to a body of the Czech Customs Administration,
- of public medical insurance contributions and penalties thereof,
- of social security contributions and national employment policy contributions and penalties thereof.
The above-mentioned does not apply to an unpaid balance that you can postpone or the payment of which you can divide into instalments.
How do you prove no outstanding debts?
- With a confirmation issued by the Czech Financial Administration bodies, the Czech Customs Administration bodies, District Social Security Administration and your medical insurance company.
- You must provide a proof of no outstanding debts issued by a medical insurance company only if your medical insurance is covered by the public medical insurance.
- On the day of application, the document proving you have no outstanding debts cannot be older than 30 days.
If you are a statutory body of a business company or a cooperative, or you are a member of such statutory body, you must also provide documents proving that the business company has no outstanding debts.