A new building stands on Mlynská Street.
A short guide to residence, studies, and business in Slovakia and the UK during the transitional period.
Trying to book an appointment online in Trnava and Dunajská Streda is a waste of time.
The UK has been granted a Brexit "flextension" until January 31, 2020. Here’s how the UK’s departure will affect UK nationals living in Slovakia.
Police face enormous increase in applications for residence permits.
Foreigners can participate in the survey until November 15.
New department to ease the situation at one of its busiest offices.
A five-star experience, foreigners say about the new system that will, however, not be available until August 5.
Foreigners will not be able to make an appointment with immigration authorities online for a month.
The system is offered by 12 Foreigners' Police departments across Slovakia.
The temporary measures pertain to security during the upcoming Ice Hockey World Championship held in May in Bratislava and Košice.
If UK nationals fail to get registered before Brexit, they will be considered third country nationals, according to the head of the order and Alien Police.
The Elite Language Center recently conducted an online survey to learn more about foreign language use for business purposes in Slovakia.
The information day is held on February 28.
The Foreigners' Police will be launching, among other things, a new reservation system.
More foreigners motivate the police to make their departments more efficient.
The number of people from non-EU countries working in Slovakia doubled in 2018.
What are the police doing to solve the current problems?
Despite positive changes, employers still point to some barriers preventing more effective and simpler recruitment of foreign workers.