udarkness 1 | 9 12 Nov 2013 #1Hello, I am getting a work permit in Poland, and I know that after that I must get a visa for working.I see in the required documents on consulate's website that i must have an insurance and i must prove I have funds for living there.Those requirements are in general, not specific for visa for working.Do you know if in the case of work I must still prove those? (I think it would be odd, because I will be earning money there, and I will be living with that new money, and of course, the company will give me an insurance as a normal employee)Related (juli25):Dear all,need your help in order to clear the question about Insurance - when applying for National Visa (type D), we've been told by the Consulate that Insurance for all family members is required and should cover all the period of stay in Poland.Background: my husband is going to sign employment contract for 18 months (minimum), and that is why we need to apply for long-term visa.According to the employment conditions, once he arrives to Poland and signs the contract - the company will cover medical insurance for him, and he also has an option to extend and add a family package. Although this will happen only after he becomes an employee... But before that he has to obtain the Visa, and should present the insurance policy for 30K Euro coverage per each family-member.So does it mean that now we have to procure insurance policy for all the family for 18 months??? this requirement doesnt look reasonable to me at all, first - because I can imagine how expensive this solution would be. Second - why should I buy additional insurance, if I will have an insurance package from the same company, where my husband will be employed?Probably my perception is wrong, so if anyone encountered similar issue - please help!Thanks in advance!