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Residence Card for Foreigners
in Poland: Process, Requirements and Services Helpful in Obtaining a Document

If you are a foreigner staying in Poland and intend to stay longer, you will probably be interested in obtaining a Residence Card. This is an important document that enables legal and long-term stay in Poland.
In this article, we will discuss what a Residence Card is, what its types are, what are the requirements and procedure for obtaining it, and what services you can use to make this process easier.

What is a Residence Card?

The Residence Card is a document issued to foreigners who want to legally stay in Poland for a period longer than 90 days. There are different types of Residence Cards, including Temporary Residence Card, Permanent Residence Card, long-term EU resident card and many others, depending on individual circumstances and the purpose of the stay.

Requirements and Procedure
Obtaining a Residence Card

The procedure for obtaining a Residence Card can be complicated, but it is a step-by-step process that you can understand and follow.
Requirements may vary depending on the type of Residence Card, but generally include:

  • Identity documents: Current passport or other identity document.

  • Basis for Stay: Evidence of the basis for stay, e.g. employment contract, consent to run a business, study in Poland, etc.

  • Financial resources: Confirmation that you have sufficient financial resources to support yourself and any family members.

  • Health Insurance: Proof of having health insurance.

  • Passport photos: As required.

  • Official fee: Mandatory application processing fee.

The procedure includes submitting an application to the appropriate voivodeship office and conducting an interview.
and obtaining positive consideration of the application.

How can we help you?

In the process of obtaining a Residence Card for foreigners in Poland, it is worth using professional services. Our company specializes in the area of immigration and provides comprehensive assistance at every stage of the process. Our experts help in preparing documents, arrange appointments, advise in difficult situations and guarantee that the entire process will run smoothly
and in accordance with the regulations.

If you need help obtaining a Poland Residence Card, contact us today.
Our experienced team is ready to support you every step of the way.

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