UPDATED: OCT 1, 2020

FAQ: Non-EU citizens - dealing with immigration authorities

The Slovak Spectator brings you the set of the most frequently asked questions with regard to dealing with immigration authorities, in this case with the Foreign Police.

Slovak borderSlovak border (Source: Sme)

We have answered the frequently asked questions about residence in Slovakia with the kind help of theMigration Information Centre of the International Organisation for Migration - MIC IOM.

If you are an EU citizen, see the frequently asked questions answered here.

Do you have more questions about residence in Slovakia? Please let us know at spectator@spectator.sk.

BASIC QUESTIONS:
Q: Who is a third country national?
Q: As a third country national, how long can I stay in Slovakia without a residence permit?
Q: Can I request a residence permit outside Slovakia?
Q: Where do I register? Who issues residence permits in Slovakia?

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