If someone has a resident permit from an EU-country (as non-EU national) and this person wishes to move to Poland (work), can he apply for a Karta Pobytu after entering Poland? Or should it be from the polish embassy in the country where he is living?... or probably both?
Merged: Question about Resident Permit in Poland - is it linked to the period of Work Permit?
I am Non-EU citizen and I am waiting for the Work Permit to be issued in order to go to Poland, I can move to Poland without Visa or RP as I have French resident card.
My question is linked to the Work Permit (Karta Pobytu) that I will have to apply to once I will be in Poland: For how long It will be valid ?
I tried to find the answer but I am not sure if the Karta Pobytu is linked to the period of Work Permit or if it is for 2 years (In all the websites I checked in, they talk about 2 years) !!?
Thank you for helping me to answer to this doubt.
Yes. Duration of your temporary resident permit will depend on the period of work permit. The maximum you can get is 3 years permit, but if your work is for 2 years, you'll get residence permit for 2 years.
Here are all the details you would like to know yet: temporary-residence-permit.html