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Poland's Work Permit for Non EU married to Pole


PolesKiwiWife 1 | 2
16 Feb 2011 #1
My husband has decided that before we move to New Zealand, he would like to come back to Poland for a year, and as my Polish is terrible, probably the only option I have is teaching English. I've got a minor TESOL certificate but nothing else. After reading the forums, its possibly a blessing that we'll be in Gdansk rather than Krakow, but the main question is, do I get a work permit through my employer (obviously if I actually managed to get a job), or through my husband?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
16 Feb 2011 #2
If you're in Poland as his wife, you don't need a work permit - the residence permit given to family members of EU/EEA/CH citizens will enable you to work in Poland freely.

Women are in short supply in teaching, so you should be fine - I'd especially consider targeting teaching kids :)
OP PolesKiwiWife 1 | 2
16 Feb 2011 #3
delphiandomine
Thats a relief - after 6yrs of mountain climbing in the UK, its nice to have a smaller hill to walk up.

I'd love to teach children if they'll let me - I miss my nieces and nephews from home immensely, and would like to hope I've got plenty of patience as the 3rd of ten kids.

Is teaching children paid less or the same as adults? I've got a UK CRB check, but is there likely to be anything else I need?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
16 Feb 2011 #4
Thats a relief - after 6yrs of mountain climbing in the UK, its nice to have a smaller hill to walk up.

Oh, I can tell you that it will be *much* easier in terms of paperwork here! If you weren't married to an EU citizen, it would be much harder - but in your case, it should be pretty straightforward. Effectively, you can work as if you're a Polish worker :)

Is teaching children paid less or the same as adults? I've got a UK CRB check, but is there likely to be anything else I need?

It can be paid even more - there's a lack of natives who can teach kids. Most of them can (in theory) - but it's a job far more suited for a woman. And there is a real lack of native English speaking women outside of Warsaw that want to teach - it's just a matter of finding someone to employ you.

The thing I'll say is that you shouldn't come to Poland until August or so. Schools will have made their plans for the rest of the year by now, but if you come in August, you'll be ideally placed to slot into a school for the coming year.
Israel
2 Mar 2012 #5
Merged: Living in Israel; I'm married to a Polish woman. Work permit?

I am married to a polish woman, we plan to move to poland.
now we live in israel. what should i do to be able to stay and work in poland.

1. what permit should i ask? should i do it before i arrive to poland?
2. what about health insurance once we get there? i know that if 1 person
of the couple have insurance the other automatically have, is it true?
Johnny L
22 Apr 2012 #6
I dont know exactly but first you Polish wife must call ZUS in this city you want move to, and thay will for sure answer you, im fom Denmark and have a polish wife and is living here i work and pay to ZUS evry month and have insurence

Best regards Johnny
Chanpoo
13 Oct 2015 #7
Merged: Ecuadorian and polish girl

Hi I'm am an Ecuadorian with a Polish girlfriend if I marry her how long will it take for me to be able to move into Poland and be able to work
filipwierz - | 1
7 Jun 2018 #8
Merged:

Visa type 2 after marriage + Work permit in Poland



Hi Folks,

I am getting married with my polish GF in my hometown soon. The polish consulate in the city will issue me a visa type 2 for a year after we register te marriage so I can travel to Poland. I was wondering if I need work permit to work legally in Poland with this visa? has anyone had the same situation in the past?. The consulate is reaching the authorities in Poland but it seems that getting hold of the foreign office in Warsaw is a challenge.!

Best
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