Support for EU citizens in the
South Moravian Region
Are you a citizen of the European Union? Would you like to learn Czech? Are you dealing with residency requirements, authorities, housing issues, insurance, social benefits, schools, etc.?
We can help you.
Our goal is to make the Czech Republic a pleasant and friendly place for you to live in and establish a new home. We offer Czech language courses free of charge. The courses are provided in two forms: traditional on-site courses and intensive grammar courses. We also offer consultation in social, official, financial and other matters also free of charge.
The South Moravian Regional Centre to Support the Integration of Foreigners invites you to the SOCIOKURZ:
PENSION IN CZECH REPUBLIC
When: 18th September 2018, from 5.00 p.m.
Where: Mezírka 1 (6. floor), Brno, Centre for Foreigners
Speakers: Bc. Taťána Sojková, Head of the Department of Social Affairs and Prevention
From lecture you will learn about: how to count pension periods, the necessary insurance period for entitlement to old-age pension, evaluation of insurance periods and substitute periods of insurance, entitlement to Czech pension for citizens of other countries, and more.
The talk will be translated into English.
The talk is intended for anyone interested in the topic (for both foreigners and asylum seekers).
THE PARTICIPATION IS FREE OF CHARGE (No registration required.)
Czech language on-site and online courses, basic consultation.
Czech for EU citizens
Full-time on-site courses focus on the development of vocabulary, conversation, grammar, and reading and listening comprehension.
Registration into the project
Conditions of registration
The condition for your registration is, that you must be a citizen of EU state, or have any type of residence of a Member State of the European Union or the EEA.