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If I buy a flat in Poland, do I get residence permit?


xpertize 3 | 8
3 Dec 2011 #1
If buy a flat in warsaw, do I get residence permit? Or will I be eligible to at least apply for it?

Thanks.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
3 Dec 2011 #2
Anyone is eligible to apply for one, but where are you from? That has quite an impact on residence permits.
OP xpertize 3 | 8
4 Dec 2011 #3
I am from India. I am currently a student. What if I buy a flat/house here? Is it sufficient to qualify for residence permit?

Thanks
grubas 12 | 1,391
4 Dec 2011 #4
No,it's not sufficient to qualify for residence permit.Why would you think it is?
tylerrre
5 Jul 2013 #5
Merged: Poland: Buying a Flat and Living There without a visa?

Hey!

Just a quick question: If I bought a flat in Poland, would it be possible to live there after? Any way to gain a visa or something?

I know it's not possible in Germany, I assume it's the same way in Poland but I thought I would ask.
Ho hum
5 Jul 2013 #6
Doubt if this was possible as transfer requires you to have a pesel no and Polish Id.
jon357 63 | 14,255
5 Jul 2013 #7
This isn't true. you can buy property without either of those.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
5 Jul 2013 #8
You can buy a flat, transfer the money and legally own it but this will not give you a visa
Harry
5 Jul 2013 #9
transfer requires you to have a pesel no and Polish Id.

I bought my flat with neither of those things.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
5 Jul 2013 #10
Doubt if this was possible as transfer requires you to have a pesel no and Polish Id.

No it doesn't. It requires a form of identification, but doesn't matter what it is.
atomic8 - | 1
22 Dec 2015 #11
Merged: Does a quick way to obtain permanent residence permit after buying an apartment exist?

While signing a contract at a notary office I was told that such a possibility exists for someone who's not an EU national who buys an apartment in Poland could get permanent residence (staliy pobyt) faster than in 5 years on terms of being a real estate owner.

Unfortunately, notariusz was quite reluctant to provide any details regarding this option. That's why I'm asking if anyone had such experience?

My family & I enjoy our stay in Poland. However, waiting for 5 years to obtain a permanent residency looks like a long-standing burden to me. If something will go wrong I would need to get back to my country of origin, hence to see friends in Poland I would need to get a visa every time which sounds terrible to me since I've been here for a long time.

I'm considering to move to Germany in order to obtain a permanent residency quicker than in Poland.

P.s. I'm Russian


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