Residence Permit in Poland
Polish Residence Permit Procedure Details
How To Get Residence Permit In Poland Step By Step
- The Client sends us the required details (a copy of passport, address of living, email address, telephone number) to firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate the process and to prepare service agreement. After signing the contract your case documents will be prepared within one week and sent to your email to print them out and send us back signed original hardcopies.
- After we get documents from Client for a Residence Permit In Poland, BIZBON establishes a company and prepare supporting documents for residence permit in Poland within 3 weeks and send them to Client by a post courier.
- Whenever client receives documents from us, he applies for a visa in the nearest Polish Embassy under the basis of company registration in Poland. After visa issuance Client comes to Poland, hires two workers in his own company, makes some business activities and then submits his file to the Polish Migration Department (voivod).
- After 45 days, Migration department grants the Client for the Residence Permit in Poland and he has to come and collect his plastic card, which is issued within 5 business days. The first residence permit is issued for one year. Two months before its expiration Client has to renew it.
Bring Your Family to Poland
Immigration To Poland With A Family
If a company’s shareholder has already a TRP, he can bring his family members: spouse and children under 18 years they can automatically apply for a Temporary Residence Permit in Poland. They will have to provide only standard documents for immigration to Poland – an application form, photos, passport copies, copy of birth certificate and prove that they have enough money to live in Poland.
Usually, if a person has already a TRP and works in a Polish company or has its own savings in the bank account it is enough to show for Polish Migration Department. Moreover, the family can also arrive and visit the family member, with visitor visa.
It takes time, effort and money to prepare all needed documents for family members entering the European Union, but BIZBON managers and consultants will help you to prepare and collect the necessary documents to the family members to come and successfully enter the university or school quickly, at an affordable price, without stress and not putting off the entrepreneur from his/her direct work.
BIZBON will recommend few kindergartners, which you can select on your own discretion. Also we can offer Lithuanian language lessons in collaboration with the universities, moreover we will give all needful information for successful and perspective spill into the new society.
Permanent Residence Permit to live in Poland
To receive a Permanent Residence Permit in Poland, the Client must live in Poland for 5 years, pay taxes, and pass a Polish language exam. You can obtain the Polish Passport after 10 years of living in Poland.
Questions and Answers
Questions and Answers How To Get Residence Permit in Poland
Q: What documents client need if they want to apply for temporary residence permit in Poland on business basis i.e if they are shareholdersor directorsof the companies?
A: Passport, visa, lease agreement, company registry, tax documents, business plan, health insurance etc.
Q: What minimal capital should be of the company? Should it beaspecial type of company if foreigner wants to apply for TRP on business basis?
A: The minimal capital is 5000 PLN. However the capital must be sufficient to run business, so usually the capital is much higher because it is not possible to create profitable business in Poland for 5000 PLN.
Q: Do they need to submit all company documents? Articles of association, excerpt of the companies, proof that foreigner purchased company shares or incorporated company by himself/herself?
A: Yes, articles of association are usually submitted, extract from the registry also.
Q: Do they need criminal records ( when it should be issued in foreigner origin country before applying to institutions in Poland ?)
A: No, it is not necessary but the office may ask for this.
Q: Personal bank statements to substantiate that they have enough money for subsistence (what sum should it be?) company bank statements, invoices, cooperation agreements (if company has those)?
A: Yes, the foreigner must prove that he/she is able to live in Poland, so usually we submit the bank statement which shows the private assets of the foreigner.
Q: Is there a rule that in any foreign company that is running business in Poland, company must employ exact number of Poland citizens in the company ? If yes what salary should be paid?
A: No, there is no such rule.
Q: Do you need labor contracts of employees working in foreigner company?
A: Yes, if the foreigner employs someone we should submit the labor contracts. It is very beneficial if we may show to the office that the company has Polish employees.
Q: What about health insurance?
A: Yes, the foreigner must have health insurance.