1. The passport is not older than 10 years, valid not less than 3 months after the expiration of the visa, with two adjacent unoccupied pages. Outbound visa (OVIR). Photocopies of the first page of the passport data, inclusive of the OVIR. If available: copies of visas of Schengen countries, UK, USA (if they are in the old passport without the possibility of providing a copy, indicate approximate dates of stay in these countries).
2. The document on related relations in Uzbekistan (the original passport of the husband / wife and children (in the absence of a passport: birth certificates of children), as well as certificates of marriage, etc.
3. Correctly, legibly and completely filled in Latin letters application form (questionnaire).
4. Actual 1 biometric photograph of the passport format on a white background (it is necessary to paste it on the form).
5. Medical insurance with a corridor: 15 calendar days from the date of return with a photocopy, as well as with the provision of the original check for payment of insurance.
6. Booking a ticket or air ticket with an airline stamp with a photocopy.
7. Sources of travel financing:
Plastic card / and in convertible currency, as well as a certificate from the bank in which this card is opened on the state of funds on this card (along with its photocopy);
Original bank statement on the flow of funds on a plastic card for the last THREE MONTHS.
8. Documents from the place of work:
1. Certificate from the place of employment on the letterhead about the position held;
2. Help / extract from the order / confirmation of the employer about the granting of leave (with obligatory indication of the dates of vacation: from which date and by what number);
3. Certificate from the place of work on wages in the course of the last year (at the time of filing the documents, the last 12 calendar months).
4. Copy of the work record (IMPORTANT - all pages with the seal "COPYRIGHT" are on each page, and also take the original with the interview);
9. The owners of the companies / founders: documents of the company (charter, constituent agreement, registration in the khokimiyat, license), as well as a certificate of dividends received for the last calendar year.
10. Pensioners: a pension book with a photocopy.
11. Students and students: confirmation of the educational institution of studies and, if the trip during study, the permission of the educational institution (indicating the date of travel from which date and by what number). If the trip takes place during the holidays - confirmation that at this time the vacation (from which date and by what number).
12. The applicants are currently unemployed, providing a certificate from the mahalla (with a simple translation into Russian), indicating their place of residence about their status and material security: they depend on who they depend on.
13. In case of accompanying a child only by one of the parents, the consent of the second parent for the child's departure abroad is required in the following form (in duplicate):
a notarized agreement or in the event that the second parent has died or is deprived of the rights to the child - a death certificate or a court decision (original or notarized copy).
In case of accompanying a child not by parents:
a notarized authorization from both parents to take the child abroad for the name of the accompanying person.
14. All children applying for, regardless of age, must have their own biometric passport.
All of the above documents are required for submission at the embassy and must be in Russian or English, documents in the Uzbek language are not accepted at the embassy.
List of required personal data:
1. In case the applicant is a woman, indicate a maiden name.
2. Home address of all applicants with mandatory indication of home and cell phone.
The procedure for issuing a short-term Schengen visa is regulated by Decree of the European Parliament No. 810/2009 as of June 13, 2009 - the visa code. The procedure for examining the application for the issuance of a short-term Schengen visa is within the competence of the consulates and embassies of the Czech Republic, that is, the diplomatic missions of the Czech Republic are authorized to make a decision on issuing a visa at the airport and a visa for 90 days.
Laws, however, do not guarantee the applicant the issuance of a visa, even if all the required conditions are met. The applicant, who was refused the visa, upon request will receive a written explanation of the reasons for the refusal within the framework of the European Parliament's Decree No. 810/2009 as of June 13, 2009 (short-term Schengen visa).
Against denial of a short-term Schengen visa, you can appeal to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic through the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tashkent.
Having received a refusal, the applicant can at any time, including immediately after the refusal, file a new application accompanied by the required documents.
In accordance with Law No. 101/2000 Coll. "On the Protection of Personal Data and the Amendment of Certain Laws in the Current Version," the personal data of the applicant can only be provided to the appropriate Czech authorities for a decision to grant or refuse extradition