Duties after arrival in Slovakia

 

Besides duties related to visa and temporary residence, if you are a third-country national you are obliged to report your stay to the foreign police within 3 working days since your arrival in Slovakia. This is usually done by the accommodation provider if you are staying in a hotel, hostel or dormitory. If you are staying in private accommodation (e.g. in a private rented flat or at a friends’ place), you have to submit the Notice of the stay in person directly at the competent foreign police office

What do you need for the report of stay?

If you are staying in private accommodation, come in person to the foreign police office during the office hours and present the following:

  • completed form “Notice of the stay” (available in 7 languages to download but must be completed in Slovak),

  • valid passport

 

Report changes

As a third-country national staying in Slovakia you are obliged to report any change regarding your place of residence within five working days from the day when the change occurred.

If you have been granted a temporary residence, you are also obliged to report to the police department if:

  • you will reside outside the Slovak territory for more than 180 days continuously (in writing)

  • you will stay away from the place of residence stated in the granted temporary residence for more than 30 days continuously

  • the purpose of stay, for which the temporary residence was granted has ceased to exist