That is possible but you need guaranteed funds coming in every month and a guaranteed place to stay.
From what I know, they basically won't entertain such applications unless you can prove a significant amount of funds and a purchased (not rented) property.
and it is possible to get a work permit for any certain job while in Poland, correct? meaning you don't have to be in your home country to apply for the permit. although i feel there is a distinct lack of jobs for English speakers specifically, which is as it should be, but i couldn't expect to get a job in 90 days, and apply for necessary work permits.
The work permit takes about a month to come through, so you're already in trouble with the time limit there.
maybe it would be good of me to note that i would be allowed to work during the 90 day period.
No, you aren't allowed to work on a tourist visa. You need to have the work permit *and* an application under way for a residence permit.
ahhh i thought you meant that they would grant you an automatic extension of sorts until they decide to approve, i guess that's too much to hope for haha.
They might, but it's not automatic - it's up to the decision makers. It's a risky strategy.
hmmm i wonder if the paper work is possible due to my already having been in school.
What I mean by paperwork is the requirement for your diploma to receive an Apostille, notorized and put through the Polish nostrification process. Not easy at all, and takes a considerable amount of time.