Remo 1 May 2014 #1So I am a Canadian who studies in Warsaw. I am finishing my programme this year but entered (via germany) on a 90 days visa-free agreement. I was told by an embassy worker in New York (I was there before Warsaw which is why I didn't get my student visa as I was outside Canada) that I just had to apply for my karta pobytu when I had been in Poland for 45 days.I went to apply and was told I should have applied at the 30 day mark (essentially 60 days before my visa expired). The woman said it might still be possible to I applied and then a few week later someone else there told me I could write a letter asking for my decision to be sped up due to this error. I submitted all of that 2 weeks ago and heard nothing back from the foreigners office. I am now on the last day before my visa expires and have heard nothing and tomorrow the office is closed (even though it's not a holiday).Does anyone know if I can overstay a few days, and then go on Monday and ask them to stamp my passport saying I am allowed to wait in Poland for my decision? Or do I have to leave? I am going to try calling the offices tomorrow but would appreciate any advice.Also, if I simply stay in Warsaw (without a visa) while I wait, what are the chances of me getting into trouble when I leave Poland in July to return to Canada?Thanks! Sorry if this has been asked a million times, wasn't able to find anyting specific about this situation.