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Changes in immigration law for non EU immigrants to Poland


Monitor 14 | 1,820
7 Jan 2014 #1
Onet.pl says about changes in immigration law for out of EU immigrants to Poland
biznes.onet.pl/wideo/zmiany-dla-cudzoziemcow-studiujacych-i-pracujacych,145303,w.html
Video mentions:

- work permit and staying permit in 1 application
- after loosing work foreigner will have 1 month for finding new job. (before permit to stay had the same validity as work permit)
- validity of permit to stay is extended from 2 to 3 years
- graduate of Polish university can apply for 1 year permit to stay in Poland for work searching purpose

It will be valid since may this year.
maslanka 1 | 11
6 Jun 2014 #2
"graduate of Polish university can apply for 1 year permit to stay in Poland for work searching purpose"

Would it work out in my case? - finished one-year artistic training (Staż) and undergraduate (Bachelor's) in Warsaw and got permission to stay in Gdańsk till the end of September this year on the grounds of private learning.

Since the authority was already dubious and sceptical about giving me the residence permit in Gdańsk for 'nauka poza uczelnią', I wonder if I could apply and possibly get one for work searching purpose.

Would be really grateful for all advice!
OP Monitor 14 | 1,820
6 Jun 2014 #3
If you graduated daily studies then yes. Here is summary of changes in the law:
wsoic.lublin.uw.gov.pl/pl/content/z-dniem-1-maja-2014-r-wchodzi-w-zycie-nowa-ustawa-o-cudzoziemcach-z-dnia-12-grudnia-2013-r

And here is the law:
dziennikustaw.gov.pl/du/2013/1650/1

You should apply for permit to stay (Zezwolenie na pobyt czasowy), according to: Ustawa z dnia 12 grudnia 2013 r. o cudzoziemcach Art. 187 ust. 2:

Art. 187. Zezwolenia na pobyt czasowy ze względu na inne okoliczności można udzielić cudzoziemcowi, jeżeli:
2) jest absolwentem polskiej uczelni oraz poszukuje na terytorium Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej pracy, lub

here is explained how to fill the application:
pomocprawna.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=410:zezwolenie-na-pobyt-czasowy-ze-wzgldu-na-inne-okolicznoci&catid=1:latest-news

Maybe you will have to prove that you're searching for a job. In order to do so I would suggest you to register in job office and attach confirmation of registration to the application.
subhajit1
8 Jun 2014 #4
I three questions 1. If I am working on a work permit what are the rules to get my family there . 2 . can my family work or does she also need a work permit to work. 3. Is the education and health care free for children or spouse.
OP Monitor 14 | 1,820
9 Jun 2014 #5
If I am working on a work permit what are the rules to get my family there.

I think they should apply for family visa. Check migrant.

can my family work or does she also need a work permit to work.

Your wife needs separate work permit.

Is the education and health care free for children or spouse.

If you're working legally in Poland, then yes, although education in Polish language only.
maslanka 1 | 11
10 Jun 2014 #6
Thanks a lot Monitor! Good to know there is a possibility.

Do you know of any job offices in the Tricity? I have started looking for a job online, but a visit to such office in person may help out greatly.
OP Monitor 14 | 1,820
10 Jun 2014 #7
It's called "Powiatowy Urząd Pracy" and I think that you cannot choose office and should go to the one which is the closes to your registration place. Here you can see that there are many in Trójmiasto:

google.pl/search?q=pup+tr%C3%B3jmiasto&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gws_rd=cr&ei=qL6RVaz8EMTnygO41IGYDw
Viva Polska
21 Nov 2014 #8
Good evening good people of Poland,

I'm here to seek and contribute advises while understanding the bureaucracy of Poland and it Government.
Before I begin, I want to thank whoever will spend his or her time to read and contribute his/her relatively experiences with the Governmental issues on renewing their residence.

As non-EU, married with Polish national, had 2 kids and expecting the third. I followed the due process of the law, and now I applied for the permanent residence in which I was called up for interview with my wife.But the surprising issue is my in-laws and their house-hold were also invited for the interview.

I will hint u more: My family lives in the family house of my in-law. But the issues is, is that a normal process of issuing the permanent permit? or is there anything I need to know?

Before you guess, I 'm in very good relation with my wife and her family and no problem of so-ever.

NOTE: Please, people with relative experience or who knew the due process should help me out. I am confused due to the invitation of my in-laws.

Thanks and God bless.
Harmeet Singh
31 Oct 2015 #9
I havé work permit of italy i want to change in poland can its possible if its possible what a process
mcm1 2 | 81
31 Oct 2015 #10
Officially you should go back to your country of origin and apply.


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