Citizens of the EU, except several countries, don’t need to get a visa to travel to the Czech Republic with the aim to visit a hockey camp for adults.
Citizens of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus have to get a Schengen visa for entry into the territory of the Czech Republic. You are free to obtain a visa at the visa application center of Czech embassies and consulates by producing necessary documents:
- Filled and authenticated application form;
- A passport valid for at least 90 days after returning from the Czech Republic;
- Ordinary national passport;
- Color photographs of the established format;
- Booking confirmation or the original tickets to both sides;
- Paid health insurance to the amount of insurance coverage at least 30,000 Euros;
- Reference from the work place, indicating the positions, salary and seniority;
- An official confirmation of the presence of the necessary amount of money, enough for the whole period of residence on the territory of the host country;
- If the child is sent to a children’s hockey camp with a parent, a prerequisite for a visa will be an agreement from the second parent for his child to travel to the Czech Republic;
- If the child travels accompanied by a third person there have to be a notarized parental consent to an accompanying person;
- There is the requirement to be fingerprinted hand for obtaining a Schengen visa for all citizens over 12 years old.
For more information about how to obtain a Schengen visa, the package of documents and travel formalities you can get at the visa center, or on the official website of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs.