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Work permit + national visa in Poland for India citizen


DominicB - | 2,645
14 Jun 2017  #61
@Pranav79

It doesn't work like that. First you find a job, and then your employer in Poland applies for a work permit. If it is granted, then you go to the Polish embassy and apply for a visa.

You can't come to Poland unless you have a job already, and you will not be able to find a job in Poland.

Unless you are have good experience in IT or finance/banking/accounting, chances are next to zero that you will find a job in Poland. There are no jobs for unskilled workers.
Maninder katoch
24 Jul 2017  #62
Hi all,
I from india ... i working for electronics company and 5 years experience .i had work for vivo mobile india pvt. ltd. Company.
This is great opportunity for my career... and
This is help me a lot for my career growth.
Bishal Kc
28 Oct 2017  #63
I want to know about poland part time jobs.I am a student from Nepal.Can i work directly after getting student visa.
raahi24 - | 11
6 Nov 2017  #64
As long as your work permit, offer letter, insurance and covering letter from the company to the Consulate is attached, there is no way a work visa will be rejected. However, the Consulate has its own reasons to reject a work visa and I have not heard of any such cases yet
SigSauer 4 | 443
7 Nov 2017  #65
They don't have jobs in India?
Roger5 1 | 1,463
7 Nov 2017  #66
You can't blame a person for wanting a better life. That's what the USA was built on.
Harry
7 Nov 2017  #67
As long as your work permit, offer letter, insurance and covering letter from the company to the Consulate is attached, there is no way a work visa will be rejected.

You seem to be confused: a work permit is issued after a visa with the right to work.

They don't have jobs in India?

Remind is whether you work in your own country.
mafketis 17 | 6,867
7 Nov 2017  #68
Remind is whether you work in your own country.

Whether you work in your own country is as bad a definition of 'remind' as I've ever seen..... But the employment situation is certainly of interest. There are at present many jobs in Poland to be had but they don't pay enough for a person to be able to make long term life plans so not that many people want to do them. So rather than raise wages to make the jobs worth taking for locals the classic neoliberal solution is to import cheap labor (and getting taxpayers to pay for the problems that that causes).

Poland has certainly benefitted from being a source of cheap labor so accepting some degree of cheap labor in return seems fair, the question is how much?
SigSauer 4 | 443
7 Nov 2017  #69
@Harry

I don't work IN my home country, but I do work FOR my home country, I just happen to be domiciled in another country. Additionally, my country is pretty well off having the highest 2nd highest GDP in the world and all, so I don't need to stay there to make it better. The country I'll choose to emigrate to will have a similar CULTURE to my own, and similar VALUES to my own.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,724
7 Nov 2017  #70
The country I'll choose to emigrate to will have a similar CULTURE to my own, and similar VALUES to my own.

awww good for you..
Harry
7 Nov 2017  #71
There are at present many jobs in Poland to be had but they don't pay enough for a person to be able to make long term life plans so not that many people want to do them.

It's not only that, it's also the balance between payment and vileness of job. Generally immigrants from poorer countries will accept more vile jobs for less money than the local citizens. That's why so many of the people working in recycling centres in Poland (i.e. sifting through rubbish) are from the Indian sub-continent. And it's also why so many of the people in, for example Kuwait, propping up the vile dictatorship are not Kuwaiti citizens.

The country I'll choose to emigrate to will have a similar CULTURE to my own, and similar VALUES to my own.

Good to hear you won't be asking for advice about work permits and visas for Poland.
mafketis 17 | 6,867
7 Nov 2017  #72
why so many of the people in, for example Kuwait, propping up the vile dictatorship are not Kuwaiti citizens

That's true all through the Gulf countries where the local populations are lazy and work shy (they are essentially modern slavery cultures where work is seen as degrading). OT but I wonder where the current situation in Saudi is headed....
SigSauer 4 | 443
7 Nov 2017  #73
Yea, you seem to have some insight on this region. The typical work day for most people in GCC countries is 0600-1100, maybe 1200. Any job where manual labor is concerned is completely out. Interestingly enough one of the most common jobs for these people is cashier, which to us in the west is seen as a low skilled entry level job, however here it is reserved ONLY for citizens.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,188
7 Nov 2017  #74
@mafketis

In wealthy gulf nations like uae Kuwait etc the citizens who are a minority out of thr total population tend to work government or business jobs. They typically only work like 5 hours or so a day. The hard work is done by foreigners and other people.
raahi24 - | 11
7 Nov 2017  #75
@Harry

Hi. I am sorry you must be confused too, an offer letter from the employer, work permit with an official wojewoda mazawiecka stamp and an invite letter from the employer were all issued to me even before the visa. I am joining as an investment banker and my employer applied for the work permit for me.
Harry
7 Nov 2017  #76
an offer letter from the employer, work permit with an official wojewoda mazawiecka stamp and an invite letter from the employer were all issued to me even before the visa.

No, you were issued with a promesa, not a work permit. Your nationality and occupation are irrelevant to the process and of course your employer applied: you can't self-sponsor a work permit.
raahi24 - | 11
7 Nov 2017  #77
@Harry

I see. Well I am sorry everybody call this document a work permit and top employers of Poland too. It says "Zezwolenie typ A" on my document. There is no promesa. And this document referred to as the work permit is sufficient for visa appointment docs along with the rest that I've stated. I'm only helping other applicants with their visa appointment at Mumbai.
Aquarian - | 18
21 Nov 2017  #78
Hi,
how do we submit covering letter for a minor ( my 3 year old kid) , Its looks illogical to write a letter on behalf of him
Abhian 1 | 29
21 Nov 2017  #79
You do not need covering letter for minor.
KnightHawk 1 | 13
29 Nov 2017  #80
@raahi24
I do not have a offer letter from the company. I just have a Letter of intent(Contract) and Work Permit with the stamp as you have mentioned above.

Also as my work permit is a type A, HR from my company said the work permit itself covers my insurance for 2 weeks and as soon as I start the job in Poland, I will have the private insurance covered by the company. Please correct me if the info is wrong.
mandarjag2018 - | 2
1 Jan 2018  #81
biz bo

@swagat
Hi Swagat. Did you receive your work permit. Can you share your experience.
Malkeet Singh
19 Feb 2018  #82
Hlo sir i m malkeet singh from india i have 11 years experience trailer driver i have soudi arab trailer driver licence can I get the work permit as a driver in Poland
IndPol - | 1
8 Apr 2018  #83
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Polish Work Permit detail steps from India



Hello members,

I am from India and looking for information to apply for D type visa for Poland. Request you all to provide some help in same.

IndPol
Nikhil
2 May 2018  #84
I m a ER nurse from india with 2 years experience. How can i get work permit visa in poland.
mafketis 17 | 6,867
3 May 2018  #85
You probably can't unless a hospital wants to hire you (which they won't unless you speak Polish - the language of medicine in Poland).
Rob1212 - | 34
9 Jul 2018  #86
Merged:

Help on National Visa Work - Poland



Hello all,

I am Rohan from India. I had received my work permit like 40 days back and since then have been trying to find a date for national visa work appointment and sadly unable to see even a single date to book one. Mailed them and called them receiving no help or response. And today, I saw a date for national visa others option and took an appointment. Did anyone choose this option and will there be any problem during submitting documents and application?

Would be really nice to hear from someone with some experience on this issue. Thanks for your time.

Kind Regards,
Rohan.
ukraja - | 1
8 Jan 2019  #87
Merged:

work permit from india



PLEASE GIVE GOOD RECRUITMENT AGENCY FROM INDIA OR POLAND FOR WORK PERMIT
Gordon 1 | 3
17 Jan 2019  #88
Hi, I do provide jobs in nice direct production companies, an English speaker suits criteria and most important is willing to work. In Agency (not trying to attack them), would you like to work as a slave for them or work as local independently ? Ask yourself and answer. If you choose the second option you are welcome to get my support. Warm regards
MoOli 9 | 484
17 Jan 2019  #89
Support or Paid Services???


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