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International student from Poland traveling to Norway on Karta Pobytu?


shahesam84 2 | 2
18 May 2012  #1
Hello everyone

I'm international student in Wroclaw university of Technology and I have Karta Pobytu. I may want to travel Norway but I want to be ensure if it's possible for me or not? meanwhile, having this card, allow me travelling to which countries?

Regards
/Sam
rafiko - | 2
18 May 2012  #2
Yes, it's possible.
Norge - | 1
10 Jul 2012  #3
I am Norwegian , you can come to Nowway by it. Norway is not EU member but it is member of Schengen area.
gibaino 3 | 21
5 Oct 2013  #4
Merged: Can a Polish resident visit Norway?

please can a Polish resident card permit holder enter Norway ?
Wlodzimierz 4 | 544
5 Oct 2013  #5
As Norway still isn't an EU member, I should think that might be a problem, Then again, I haven't tried:-)
There are several legal issues here, One, if one is a legal resident of Poland (in this case), but NOT a Polish citizen, this will surely complicate matters. As for native-born, as opposed to naturalized, Poles, this could be another story.
gibaino 3 | 21
5 Oct 2013  #6
please i am not a Polish citizen..but i have a resident permit?
XZIYU
5 Oct 2013  #7
So it won't help.Your residence card is for Poland only.
Wlodzimierz 4 | 544
5 Oct 2013  #8
Are you originally from a European member state, if you don't mind my inquiring?
gibaino 3 | 21
5 Oct 2013  #9
no am African studying in Poland
34RED
5 Oct 2013  #10
So you need to check with their embassy to apply for visa. The conditions to enter and to stay in Norway depend upon your country of origin, nothing to do with Poland. Check wth Norwegian authorities
gibaino 3 | 21
5 Oct 2013  #11
hmmmm.so my resident card cannot allow me visit any other schengen countries,,i just want go site seeing
34RED
5 Oct 2013  #12
No, your Polish docs are only for Poland. If you have an African nationality, you need a tourist visa from Norway and you need to apply for one to their embassy (bring passport and proof of your money to cover your stay). It has nothing to do with Poland, it's a matter between Norway and you.
gibaino 3 | 21
5 Oct 2013  #13
hmmm ok..now i understand..because of time before my lecture starts,i cant have much time to apply for a visa..which other schengen countries i can visit without going through a visa..?Thanks

just want see any other countries..but not germany{ i havebeen there}
34RED
5 Oct 2013  #14
I am almost sure: none. Just apply for visa on Monday but I don't know how long they'll take.
gibaino 3 | 21
5 Oct 2013  #15
hmm really i cant believe.it

Who requires a visa?
Nationals of Schengen states can stay in Norway for up to 90 days without applying for a visa. This also applies to foreign nationals who have residence permits in one of the Schengen states.

If you are exempt from the visa requirement for entering Norway, you can stay in the Schengen area for up to 90 days during a period of 180 days. This means that after a 90-day stay, you cannot return to the Schengen area until a further 90 days have passed. It is your responsibility to comply with this requirement.

All countries and territories that are members of the Schengen acquis, of the EU or of EFTA. Positive visa list of countries (also known as White Schengen List) from whose citizens no visa is required to enter the territory of the EU member states for a period of maximum 90 days.
34RED
5 Oct 2013  #16
you are not a national of schengen zone. Norway now are ruled by a conservative/extreme right (= fascist) coallition so they may not be so opened to Africans and therefore best to check with their embassy if you don't want to be refused access once at the border. You do what you want ....
delphiandomine 83 | 17,626
5 Oct 2013  #17
So much misinformation here.

A long term residence permit issued in a Schengen country is good for three months stay in another Schengen country.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
6 Oct 2013  #18
just want see any other countries.

Nope. Let me translate. You enrolled in some private "university" in Poland where they of course they accepted you (being private, money counts).

You obtained, most likely through your "university", a residence permit.
And the first question on your mind is how to live in Norway.
So you are stuck in Poland. You thought it might have been the perfect back door to Schengen.
Bad luck :)
jah
7 Oct 2013  #19
technically he can go anywhere the borders are all open so he can travel to norway although if stopped they will throw the book at you as your card is not valid for travel
delphiandomine 83 | 17,626
7 Oct 2013  #20
Not true. Under the new rules, a residence card from one Schengen state is valid for 3 months travel in other Schengen states.

So you are stuck in Poland. You thought it might have been the perfect back door to Schengen.

He's actually not stuck, but certainly if they catch him doing anything other than tourism in Norway, he'll find him Polish residence card torn up and being put on the first plane home.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
8 Oct 2013  #21
Delph you have much more experience in education as me..But I have the distinct impression that all these private "universities" for a part thrive on these Africans / Indians / Turkish who come to Poland to "study". There was a Nigerian on the forum I believe doing fishery studies in Gdynia...
Harry
8 Oct 2013  #22
Good place to do it.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
8 Oct 2013  #23
A very fishy project in any case. It cannot be denied that all these private "universities" thrive on third-world "students" who suddenly have the urge to "study" in Poland... And in the same instance inquire about working permits and the possibility to reside in other EU countries. I never see any posting here from a Nigerian or Indian going to study at the KUL, UW, or UJ.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,626
8 Oct 2013  #24
It cannot be denied that all these private "universities" thrive on third-world "students" who suddenly have the urge to "study" in Poland...

I wouldn't say thrive, not just yet - they're only starting to really push for such students. But more and more will certainly start coming once the Polish students dry up - and I think we'll see more and more "students" vanishing once they arrive. Of course, they will probably spend three years trying to find a wife first - as that will give them full residence rights anywhere in the EU anyway.

I am absolutely against anyone obtaining EU citizenship with less than 5 years in the country as a taxpaying resident.

This is why the EU should require any non-EU student without firm links to a country to have a significant amount of money kept in a local bank while studying in the EU.
gibaino 3 | 21
8 Oct 2013  #25
what makes you think that we africans want stay in europe after study..when am paid 5000 dollars....i cant have a good home and help my families in africa..if a i marry a polish wife who is likely to divorce me within 5 years.

i prefare work around the world and go home on vacation to a woman who will stay with forever....studying here is to have an expatraite certificate for higher wages...dont be fooled we didnt smuggle into poland..we were given visas at free will.....and we will study and get the certificate ...it dosent matter what you feel..

thanks delphiandomine
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
9 Oct 2013  #26
You guys will do anything to obtain permanent residency and eventually EU citizenship. No offence to the Polish education system, but the only reason you are there, is because Britain, France etc are clamping down on non EU students, who come there under the guise of studying, to circumvent immigration control.

i prefer work around the world and go home on vacation to a woman who will stay with forever....studying here is to have an expatriate certificate for higher wages..

Thought you were going home upon completion of your course? You wont get higher wages with a Polish degree in any western nation. Polish degrees are not universally recognised. Especially not fisheries or whatever the f*ck it is that you are studying.

You guys cant swim anyway. Be a liability on board!
Monitor 14 | 1,821
9 Oct 2013  #27
Maybe the fact that Africa is so poor that people are desperate crossing Mediterranean Sea to Europe in overcrowded homemade boats? What is this 5000 USD you mentioned?
gibaino 3 | 21
9 Oct 2013  #28
well there is no need to keep shouting about this...what ask you guys a question...why is divorce so rampant about 98 percent here........is it that you guys like it ..or you dont appreciate your woman..or because you cant take care of your women...or ..you dont know how to show love...please i get confuse when i see every home divorce...answers will be appreciated
sobieski 107 | 2,128
9 Oct 2013  #29
Of course you could go to Ukraine, fake marriages are much cheaper to arrange there. But then, you would not have access to the EU...

By now of course we all know why you did come to Poland to "study". I am just wondering from where you did get the money to pay for your "university"?
gibaino 3 | 21
9 Oct 2013  #30
you havnt answered my question yet...stop escaping the simple but important question mr sobieski............ ...why is divorce so rampant about 98 percent here........is it that you guys like it ..or you dont appreciate your woman..or because you cant take care of your women...or ..you dont know how to show love...please i get confuse when i see every home divorce...answers will be appreciated


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