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Can I work in other EU countries? Waiting for my Poland resident card.


ozo802002
6 Nov 2014 #1
hello im from egypt and married for 4 years with a polish girl and im in poland now and wait for my resident card , we would like to move to work in holland ,so if i go with my wife to holland can i work there too or no ? thank you
Monitor 14 | 1,820
6 Nov 2014 #2
read that: europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/residence/worker-pensioner/non-eu-family-members/index_en.htm

Basically you can work as soon as your wife gets there a job first in less than 3 months.
akumar1219 - | 1
10 Dec 2014 #3
[Moved from]: Can I work here in Poland on resident card?

Hi , my wife is working here.She is a having a work permit. I have a resident card as a depandant .Can I work here or how can I get work work permit.
Monitor 14 | 1,820
10 Dec 2014 #4
You must find employer who will apply for your work permit.
clowdy88
29 Jun 2015 #5
Merged: Married to Polish citizen, Schengen visa holder and sceptical (move to Belgium or Germany possibility)

I'm from Egypt and married to a Polish citizen and I'm holder of a Schengen visa for 3 months I would like to know if I can move to Belgium or Germany with my wife and if we will be allowed to work legally there
Glleite
29 Jun 2015 #6
Probably you will need first to get all your papers in place in PL: karta pobytu, zezwolenia na zamieskanie z powodu malzenstwo.... Then you can possibly get a job outside Poland.... But why not here? 😀
InPolska 11 | 1,821
30 Jun 2015 #7
Easy to understand why Germany or Belgium rather than .... Poland!

PS: if you are so naive, just compare salaries and conditions ;););)
peaceforce
30 Jun 2015 #8
I'm an Egyptian too maried to a sweet Polish girl. Poland might not be as rich as Germany or Belgium but it definitely is not poor. It is a beautiful country and people are much more friendly than their west counterparts. Also, Unless you are a highly skilled personel, the salary/living costs in the west might not be that good of a bargen or much better than your current situation in Poland. You should also take family into consideration. being an imigrant no one wants to be alone, and having a family in Poland is a Plus that would make staying Poland not a bad choice at all.

*not to mention the delicious pierogi. :)


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