Inadmissibility of an Application
An application is inadmissible when it is submitted under the circumstances for which the law lays down that if they occur, an application cannot be submitted. An application is also inadmissible if it does not meet the requirements for which the law stipulates that when unmet, the application cannot be submitted.
LONG-TERM AND PERMANENT RESIDENCE PERMITS
INADMISSIBILITY OF APPLICATION FOR A LONG-TERM VISA EXTENSION
Inadmissibility of applications is governed by Section 169h of the Foreigners Act of the Czech Republic no. 326/1999 Coll.
If the application is found inadmissible, the administrative proceedings are not initiated and the application is deemed not submitted. You will be informed about the inadmissibility of the application by the Ministry or the diplomatic mission in writing, including the reasons why the application was found inadmissible, and the decision on inadmissibility will be recorded in the file. The application form, provided documents and the administrative fee (if paid) will be returned to you.
If the diplomatic mission’s quota for submission of applications for a particular type of a residence permit has been reached for the given calendar month, subsequent applications will be by default deemed inadmissible.