The right to family life is one of the inalienable human right of every human being – including you as a foreigner living in the Czech Republic. As a foreigner, you may face various obstacles in your private and family life, such as separation from your family that remained in your country of origin, complicated process of family reunion, impossibility to visit your family in your country of origin because of the risk of loosing residence permit etc.
Or for instance, you already have family in the Czech Republic, but your situation is complicated because you rights are limited because you are a foreigner, you may face everyday discrimination, it is not easy to combine professional and family obligations, you may have problems with placing your children in a kindergarten or find a adequate housing (due to unwillingness of landlords to rent a flat to foreign nationals), etc.
Combining family life and employment is difficult for many people, especially for women. You of course make efforts, as well as the Czech people do, to harmonize your family life and employment, which is a crucial factor of your residence in the Czech Republic, or at best also to grow professionally and to have enough time for your children at the same time. However, you may face much larger obstacles than the Czech people. We would like to help you with these aspects of family life. If you need help with family reunification, if your landlord expelled you from your apartment even though he/she didn’t have right to do so, if a kindergarten does not want to enrol your children, if your child is discriminated at school because of his/her origin or if you have any other problem, please contact our lawyer, who provides legal counselling to women migrants. We will help you solve your problem and provide relevant legal protection.