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Relocating to Krakow, Poland from England. How easy to find a job?


CaleyJags  
9 Jan 2008 /  #31
So I suggest you get a clue and stop being such a twat.

Well said Harry
zion  
9 Jan 2008 /  #32
But the authorities here are generally willing to let people work without a work permit as long as that person has actually applied for a work permit and is getting that work permit processed

yes but the companies are not
and 8 weeks is a long time to wait for without working
Harry  
9 Jan 2008 /  #33
None of the eight companies I worked for while waiting for my work permit to be processed has any problem at all with it. Neither did the labour office on the two occasions that schools I was working for were inspected.

and 8 weeks is a long time to wait for without working

You said it was a "hell of a long time". Is 8 weeks a hell of a long time?

You also claimed that there is something called a "work permit residence card". Saying that shows you know feck all about work permits and residency cards. A residency permit is needed for each individual foreigner. A work permit is needed for each individual job which each individual foreigner has (apart from citizens of certain countries who do not need work permits and certain jobs which also do not need work permits). If a foreigner has two jobs, he needs two work permits.

As I said, get a clue and stop being such a twat.
zion  
9 Jan 2008 /  #34
I only have a residence card no work permit so Residence card is ok for me I can work with that I dont need work permit so work permit and residence card is the same bolocks !!!!! once you have a residence card you can work many jobs you want !!!!!

and him having a kid here would be able to apply for a residence card and work in many jobs as he want now that are the fact go back to teach English would you !!!
Wroclaw Boy  
9 Jan 2008 /  #35
I know an English teacher who has to be paid through an associate as his work permit has not been issued yet.
Harry  
9 Jan 2008 /  #36
once you have a residence card you can work many jobs you want !!!!!

Congratulations. You either have a passport from a country which enables you to work in Poland without a work permit (e.g. the UK) or you work in a position which does not require a work permit (e.g. a teacher at a Polish state school) or you have permission to settle in Poland (which is not the same as a residence card) or you are breaking the law because you are clueless idiot or you are a liar.

I'll quote from the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency website (i.e. a Polish government website)

The general rule applicable under both former and new regulations is the admissibility of foreigners' work in Poland subject to obtaining a proper permit. The authority empowered to grant such a permit is the province governor (voivode) whose jurisdiction covers the seat of the employer who applies for such a permit.

paiz.gov.pl/index/?id=390e982518a50e280d8e2b535462ec1f
I suggest that you write to them and tell them that they are wrong because you only have a residence card and you are able to work in Poland. That would solve all our problems by getting you deported.

and him having a kid here would be able to apply for a residence card and work in many jobs as he want

No he would not. Your statement about residence cards has now been shown to be a lie and the exemption from the requirement to obtain a work permit only applies to the spouses of Polish citizens.

now that are the fact go back to teach English would you !!!

Your facts are not facts: you are wrong. Deal with it, stop being such a twat and move on.
What is this obsession you have with teaching English? Is it because you are so clearly in need of many lessons yourself.

Keep posting in this thread please, showing everybody what an idiot you are is kind of fun.
zion  
9 Jan 2008 /  #37
to obtain a work permit only applies to the spouses of Polish citizens

he he that is me so no need for work permit so as for he has a kid so if he is married all he need is to apply for a residence card
Harry  
9 Jan 2008 /  #38
he he that is me

So you mean that the reason you do not need a work permit is because you have a Polish spouse. The fact you have a residence card does not mean you can work with that. When you claimed it did, you were lying. Just as you were when you claimed "once you have a residence card you can work many jobs you want !!!!!"

Nice of you to finally admit that you've been lying all along.
Angry Duck  
9 Jan 2008 /  #39
No he would not

Yes, I will. Joining a family, staying with his child, is a rather a Constitutional than Law related.

With all due respect, Harry, nothing personal, just I know what I'm talking about.
zion  
9 Jan 2008 /  #40
depends in what the residence is based on if is marriege you can if is refuge status you can also

are you married with her ??? are you the register as the father ? if so once you apply for the residence card you can work in many jobs you want

harry give up the imigration adviser mate and go back to teaching again do all of us a favor would you .. and give the money back to the israeli firm also
Angry Duck  
9 Jan 2008 /  #41
We're separated now, she's Polish and child was born in PL and I am proudly register as a father of my very beloved child. I would like to know who on this planet would dare to say me: no, you can't stay with your child, if my child says: daddy, I WANT you to live with me !
zion  
9 Jan 2008 /  #42
am proudly register as a father of my very beloved child

Sure men will be no problems once you go there with the papers proveing you are the father and all they will give you a residence permit valid for 1 year or two after that you renew for 2 more years after 3 years living here you can get the settlement residence and after that you cna even apply for a polish passport .. but you must live here for 3 years at least before that . good luck with jobs in krakow and if you ever come to warsaw drop me aline I may hook you up with a job here ...
Angry Duck  
9 Jan 2008 /  #43
Noted that zion, thanks, I will. Actually, I'll be traveling to Warsaw occasionally, so we can meet anyway, to drink a coffee or something more effective :-)
zion  
9 Jan 2008 /  #44
sure bro I am always on line just PM me
Harry  
9 Jan 2008 /  #45
Yes, I will. Joining a family, staying with his child, is a rather a Constitutional than Law related.

Having family in Poland may give you a residency permit but will not give automatic permission to settle. You're unlikely to be refused permission to settle when you apply for it after having residended on the basis of residency permits but it is not an automatic right.
Angry Duck  
9 Jan 2008 /  #46
but it is not an automatic right

That's the catch to prevent those having on mind only how to get a better pass or residence, but in real life I have no any chance to be rejected.
ShelleyS  
9 Jan 2008 /  #47
Harry

You're even starting to p*ss me off now - a know it all if ever I heard one!
Harry  
9 Jan 2008 /  #48
Sure men will be no problems once you go there with the papers proveing you are the father and all they will give you a residence permit valid for 1 year or two after that you renew for 2 more years after 3 years living here you can get the settlement residence and after that you cna even apply for a polish passport .. but you must live here for 3 years at least before that.

Why do you keep lying to this guy? I’ll say it again because you clearly were not listening the first three times: a residency card does not give the right to work in Poland. A settlement permit does. But he is not entitled to one of those just because he has a Polish child.

Have a look at Art. 64 of Act on Aliens dated 13 June 2003 (Journal of Laws of 2003, No 128, it. 1175). As well stating that people who have a Polish spouse must wait three years for a settlement permit it also states that people who are in Poland on the basis of a permit for tolerated stay must wait ten years.

You very clearly know feck all about this topic so I suggest you shut the f**k up now before somebody is stupid enough to believe you and then finds themselves with serious problems

I would like to know who on this planet would dare to say me: no, you can't stay with your child, if my child says: daddy, I WANT you to live with me !

I certainly wouldn’t but then I’m not working for the government.

With all due respect, Harry, nothing personal, just I know what I'm talking about.

I also have a vague clue. Which is why I know the relevant articles of the relevant laws and am able to quote them to you.

That's the catch to prevent those having on mind only how to get a better pass or residence, but in real life I have no any chance to be rejected.

Quite right. But the point is that you do not get permission to settle and thus you will need to get a work permit.

You're even starting to p*ss me off now - a know it all if ever I heard one!

Thank you so much for your eloquent and hugely useful contribution to the discussion. As you have nothing to say here might I be so bold as to suggest that you go f**k yourself? Alternatively you can read the relevant laws and point out where I’m wrong.
CaleyJags  
9 Jan 2008 /  #49
Thank you so much for your eloquent and hugely useful contribution to the discussion. As you have nothing to say here might I be so bold as to suggest that you go f**k yourself? Alternatively you can read the relevant laws and point out where I’m wrong.

I laughed so hard that a little bit of pee came out.

I'm enjoying the banter, keep it up.
zion  
9 Jan 2008 /  #50
harry mate once they give you a residence card you can work without a work permit

karta pobytu is how is it call in polish once you have it not matter where you from you can work .

once i company apply for a work permit for you let say for one year you can only work for that firm and you can not apply for a residence parmit for any lack of time
telefonitika  
9 Jan 2008 /  #51
Harry

From what i can make out from your thread posting you have obviously eating the entire laws of the land bible in Poland :) Good on you .. someone that may know something being helpful ...

I'm enjoying the banter, keep it up.

im getting quite drawn into the banter myself .. oh holy hell will break loose on PF nothing new ... seen it before ...
isthatu  
9 Jan 2008 /  #52
Shame the poor sod who posted the question hasnt had an answer yet. Once more this forum turns into a "who's got the biggest willy fight"...........
telefonitika  
9 Jan 2008 /  #53
isthatu

You've noticed that then .. lmao ...

wonder if the people blitzing the forum have scared away the poster of the thread from the forum
Polanglik  
9 Jan 2008 /  #54
zion

I see you're making new friends as always Rex , Zeze ... or is it Zion today :o) Is there any particular reason you post under different nicks ?

I thought you might be is a better state of mind after being 'home' for the holidays ..... but it seems I was wrong.

Harry.... you seem to know quite a bit about residency, work permits etc in Poland ..... i may need to wrack your brain on a few things :o)
zion  
10 Jan 2008 /  #55
, I just tough strange that I country would give you a residence permit and now entitle you to work a student get a student visa , but once you have the right to residence you also can work . and yes the reasson I post in many names is becouse I have too many PC`s and dont remember the passwords for a forums with some many morrons
ShelleyS  
10 Jan 2008 /  #56
Thank you so much for your eloquent and hugely useful contribution to the discussion. As you have nothing to say here might I be so bold as to suggest that you go f**k yourself? Alternatively you can read the relevant laws and point out where I’m wrong.

What a charmer, so glad you moved to Poland, England can do without foul mouthed prigs like you!
tinhead  
10 Jan 2008 /  #57
Sir Harry, are you in the pay of the Polski Govt? If not then the only other option is that you most certainly do not work for any Polish company because I don't think you would be such a majestically smug git!

As for the 6000zl a month for teaching English 25hrs a week, get real man! Are you living on Planet Zywiec per chance?
zion  
10 Jan 2008 /  #58
harry you kow jack sh**T
db1874  
10 Jan 2008 /  #59
Thank you so much for your eloquent and hugely useful contribution to the discussion. As you have nothing to say here might I be so bold as to suggest that you go f**k yourself? Alternatively you can read the relevant laws and point out where I’m wrong.

Are you the same 'Harry' that writes the drivel in NWE each week ?
trollied  
10 Jan 2008 /  #60
Are you living on Planet Zywiec per chance?

It's a wonderful place.

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