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Damaged documents. Poland VISA and Work permit information


poland25 2 | 4
22 Jun 2014 #1
Hello Guys,

I have got opportunity to go through the great posts and your sincere replies on this forum. And finally, I am also connected with you now.. :)

I am an IT Software engineer from India. I am getting an offer from Poland.

1) I have data blur on my address in my passport. I have observation regarding my address. Would that effect in applying Poland VISA ?
2) For how many years can the VISA stamping be made ? Does it depend on employer(I tell you, Employer is willing to give me VISA for long term) or the embassy?

3) My passport Validity is till September 2017 (for around next 3 years). Can I get work permit and VISA for period more than that if I apply for VISA now ?

4) The actual time frame for VISA as per process is 10-12 weeks, but I see that some friends VISA's are made in 4 weeks even. So Is there any speedy process ?

5) What are the general chances of rejection of VISA in any case? And, can we re-apply after rejection ?
6) How much salary can I expect for exp. between 5-8 years.
7) Can you please share any other things which is useful for me during whole work permit and VISA stamping process.

Looking forward for your early response and this is much appreciated..!

Thank you very much for your time !!
Looker - | 1,046
22 Jun 2014 #2
I have data of blur on my address in my passport.

You need to replace it. The damage of documents may affect the decision.

"Work visas will be issued for the amount of time corresponding to the work permit or intent to hire a worker."

My passport Validity is till September 2017 (for around next 3 years)

It's yet another circumstance why you should replace it.

So Is there any speedy process ?

The length of visa applications processing varies. It depends on the country, whose citizens apply for such a document. I don't know nothing about speeding up, but a number of things can slow down the processing of your application. But if everything is fine you may get your Visa quicker than the estimated time frame which you provided.

What are the general chances of rejection of VISA in any case? And, can we re-apply after rejection ?

If all requirements are met, you should be fine. Specific circumstances about Visa denial were presented, check my link above. In case if it happen you may re-apply for the Visa again.

How much salary can I expect for exp. between 5-8 years.

Ask people who are working in the same business or call directly your employer.
OP poland25 2 | 4
22 Jun 2014 #3
Hey Looker,

Thanks for the information buddy. This is indeed very useful. So, I have decided to get a new passport instead to taking chances.

My sincere thanks again!
kumarsurender
16 Aug 2014 #4
Hi,

I also have the same issue, but in my case passport is not damaged but there is one digit correction made in address as observation.

for Exp.

Add: ABCD.
Correction Observation add: BBCD(on page 3 manually duly stamped).

and my surname is also blank.

will I have an issue in terms of getting visa for Poland.
and unfortunately I don't have extended time window to get new passport :(

your quick response is highly appreciated.
Monitor 14 | 1,820
17 Aug 2014 #5
judging by common sense address shouldn't be so important but it seems that you must find out yourself or call embassy
sobieski 107 | 2,128
17 Aug 2014 #6
and my surname is also blank.

So you expect to get a visa on the base of a passport in which your surname is not visible? How peculiar.
jasmine - | 8
22 Nov 2014 #7
I have newzealand rejection stamp in my old manual passport (nepalese passport) of 2006 from new delhi. Now i have mrp passport where old pp number is mentioned .

Will poland embassy which is also in new delhi have any doubts or questions on that , will it affect my poland process, will they know that i had been rejected eight years ago ??

Any idea please ??
Looker - | 1,046
22 Nov 2014 #8
will it affect my poland process

No, it's entirely separate case. If you fulfill all the requirements you should be fine, even if they know the New Zealand thing.


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