It started off at around 220 złoty but has risen over the years to present cost of around 360 złoty per month.
Aha - thanks! Still, 360zl isn't a bad deal per month for coverage.
so what do you have to say about non EU people that have started a business here and supply over 30 Polish nationals with jobs and pay over 30,000zl into ZUS every month, not to mention their wages?
I'd say that they wouldn't be whining about having to pay 900zl of social taxes per month. ZUS is actually an utter bargain if you're self employed and earning a decent bit of money, compared to the contributions made by employed people.
How any medium sized business owner can complain about a tax burden in an EU country of 32% (higher rate) plus 900zl per month is totally beyond me.
would you like me to scan the document that was given to me by the provincial immigration office so you can see all the things written on it for yourself?
Please do, actually. I can tell you for a fact that half of the things you mentioned simply aren't mentioned in the law at all. Polish law is very specific - if it's not mentioned, then they have no right to ask for it (and you can safely tell them such). Standing up to the dragons works fine if you know exactly what you're talking about - they won't risk pushing something that's actually contrary to the law.