Poland Immigration

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Poland Immigration

 Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions, covering an area of 312,696 square kilometers, and has a largely temperate seasonal climate.

 Poland is bordered by Germany in the west, the Czech Republic in the southwest, Slovakia in the south, Ukraine in the southeast, Belarus in the east, and Lithuania and Russia in the northeast. The country shares maritime borders with Denmark and Sweden.


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Basic Requirements

 A passport with at least two vacant pages and a validity of at least six months beyond the date of departure from Franceis required for visa applicants.

 They must also show confirmation of their ability to stay in the UK for at least three months after leaving France.

 You must also submit a letter outlining the purpose of your travel to the country in detail.

 Applicants for this visas must show that they can financially support themselves while in the country.

 The amount of money required is determined on the type of visa being filed for Applicants with a history of visa denials for any country must additionally provide information about the denial destination and the grounds for the refusal.

Work Permit Application Process

 To get a work permit, the future employer needs to fill out a work permit application that includes the name of the company that is hiring the applicant and his/her job title within this company.

 This has huge implications as the work permit is only valid for the given company and position. If the candidate decides to leave the company and wants to get a new job, his new employer will have to go through the process of applying for a new work permit for him.

There are six different types of work permits:

 A – when the foreign worker is employed in a company based in Poland

 B – when the foreign worker performs a function in a management board or acts as a general partner or a proxy

 C – when the foreign worker is working for a non-Polish employer but is delegated for more than 30 days to a branch or facility located in Poland

 D – when the foreign worker is working for a non-Polish employer and is delegated to Poland to execute a service, e.g. export service

 E – when the foreign worker is working for a non-Polish employer and is delegated to Poland for a time longer than 3 months within the next 6 months for a purpose other than those previously stated

 S – seasonal work permit that is issued by Staroste upon a request from an employer. It is permitted only based on a seasonal work permit.

Documentation for Visa

 Filled-in application form

 Two recent passport-size photographs, no older than six months

 A valid passport (valid for at least three months)

 Police clearance certificate issued by the Passport Office

 Proof of sufficient income to cover the stay

 Proof of accommodation

 Travel medical insurance

 Copy of the work contract signed by the employer and the employee

 Proof of independent work through a contract between the self-employed individual and the other party (for independent workers)

 Air ticket reservation

Get Expert Support

 As one of the world’s leading business visa & migration consultancies, FyndGlobal can help you create a business visa application with high chances of success. A dedicated visa consultant will be appointed to your case and will assist you throughout the process. Our support includes:

 Declaration regarding sufficient and sustainable financial resources for the duration of the stay (stated in the application form; the authority may request supporting documents)

 Document checklist

 Complete business visa application support

 Assistance with collecting supporting documentation

 Visa Interview Preparation – if required

 Updates & Follow-up with the Consulate


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