I can provide an invitation letter on the behalf of Red Hat Czech
written in Czech.
It has two advantages:
* it's issued by a legal entity that resides in the Czech Republic,
* it's written in Czech which a lot of people told us helps especially
in remote countries where fabricating an invitation letter written in
perfect Czech is not that easy, so it's more trustful.
I've issued quite a few invitation letters already. It's not an official
invitation letter according to the Czech law, though. It requires a
really cumbersome procedure to get an official letter which is approved
by the Czech Immigration Police and an unofficial letter is usually
I'd like to note that the Czech Republic is part of the Schengen area,
so if you have a valid visa issued by any country of the Schengen area
you can travel to the Czech Republic with it.
Marina Zhurakhinskaya píše v St 09. 04. 2014 v 16:35 -0400:
Sindhu Sundar, who is a GNOME contributor from India, was first denied Czech visa and
then granted one. She made a page with many resources for people applying for a visa.
I can also share some sample invitation letters with whomever will be working on the
invitation letter. For GUADEC last year in Brno, we had one from the GNOME Foundation and
one from the local host organization.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kushal Das" <kushaldas(a)gmail.com>
To: "Planning discussion for Flock (Fedora Contributor Conference)"
Sent: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 4:16:48 PM
Subject: Re: Getting Visas and such for FLOCK.
On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 1:42 AM, H. Guémar <hguemar(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> None according wikipedia.
> Best regards,
We need such list for people from India :)