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Poland's Work permit questions - visiting European countries; working in the EU / switching job; dependants


Harry
12 May 2011  #31
a).My husband is from India and he had a work permit and he is working here from 2 years.I had a dependent vissa.I want to do a job.Is it possible?

Yes but you will need a work permit (for each individual job).

b)If possible how can i get work permit?

You don't get it, the firm which wants to hire you is responsible for getting the work permit and only they can apply for it.

c)Shall i start my job search with dependent vissa?

Yes. But please consider that you will need to wait about 60 days for the work permit. And that you will need a fair bit of luck in order to get a job: most companies can not be bothered to go through the hassle of getting work permits when they can just hire somebody from the EU without getting a permit.
bablu
13 May 2011  #32
hi people ,

i am 24 year old mechanical engineer and i also obtained a PGDMS (post-graduate diploma) for management studies and i am looking forward to find a job in Poland i am very fluent in English as i worked for a call center which supports an UK based organisation i am vexed up with that job and i would like to find one on my mechanical studies( i cannot speak polish) is there any one who can help me

thank you
Avalon 4 | 1,068
13 May 2011  #33
I can perform on any windows operating system. Also can perform on Linux operating system.

Most of us have to rely on the floor, sofa, bed or shower. I am a bit wary of trying the "Windows" system as it might upset the neighbours.

NB. Sorry, English sense of humour.
Harry
13 May 2011  #34
I haven't had curtains in the living room for ten years and the neighbours have never said a thing.
EdWilczynski
13 May 2011  #35
i am looking forward to find a job in Poland i am very fluent in English

What part of "ENGLISH IS NOT THE SPOKEN LANGUAGE IN POLAND" is it that you lot don't understand?????

FOR CRYING OUT F**CKING LOUD!!!!
manuu
26 Aug 2011  #36
Hi i am a chef(bakery and confectionary), want to work in poland, i have a work permit option for 3 years, but want to know that polish language is necassary or not, and what wiil be the difficulties come on front because i am from India. thanks.
Foreigner4 12 | 1,769
26 Aug 2011  #37
Dear OP,
Don't take this personally but I do wish from the bottom of my heart that you and others like you would kindly fcuk off as there are more than enough bakers in Poland.

You're just trying to take advantage of loop holes in the E.U. immigration system and once you get a foot hold you'll use that to mule more people from where you're from into Poland and/or other E.U. member states.
Olaf 6 | 956
26 Aug 2011  #38
I do wish from the bottom of my heart that you and others like you would kindly fcuk off as there are more than enough bakers in Poland.

Now, that was very Catholic of you.
satish kumar
13 Oct 2011  #40
hai
i am satish kumar from india.i want to take the information about the work permit for poland.can u tell me pls which company arrange the work permit in poland and how much many they will take?
EdWilczynski 3 | 98
13 Oct 2011  #41
Hello Satish.....quick question....do you speak Polish?
artjam
24 Nov 2011  #42
Hi. I would like to ask, Is there a fee when you apply for a residence work permit in poland if you are a non EU citizen and how much it would cost?
shaami
25 Jan 2012  #43
we need a work visa for poland i have a lot of experience in welding job as a pipe welder if any company give me a chance and give work permit i will come there
abhijeet
13 Aug 2012  #44
i am fitness trainer from india i am 34 years old i am also acupressure therapist and i will be having american certification in fitness soon.Can i get work as a acupressure therapist / fitness trainer / yoga instructor there in poland? I will be very happy if you guide me because i love poland.
shohag81
1 Sep 2012  #45
dear sir.
i am a Bangladeshi.i got a job offer from Poland employer,may be he will apply work permit for 2 years.my question is
A) after how long,i can be apply for permanent residency.
B) Do i start business as my visa status work permit holder,
chen
16 Sep 2012  #46
Hi to every one i am asia people and recently a company has issued me a work permit of poland i still have 5 months visa to live here so they can also cancle my visa??
kkagele
16 Sep 2012  #47
I am not sure if you can even apply for permanent residency. We are American and we have to reappply every 2 years for our Visa's to live here.(and it is not an easy process) I took us over 5 months to get ours once we got here and the paperwork is crazy and we have a great job working for the government here and we still had a ton of things we needed to prove. You would almost need to change your citizenship. As for opening a business that can very tricky for nonPolish citizens and if you are here on a work permit that make make it really hard.
Passer-by
5 Oct 2012  #48
Most of us have to rely on the floor, sofa, bed or shower. I am a bit wary of trying the "Windows" system as it might upset the neighbours.

NB. Sorry, English sense of humour.

Hahaha! Nice one there.
prakharsagne
19 Jul 2013  #49
Hello Manish,

I'm from India as well, currently located in London. I have got an offer to work for Tier 1 Bank as an IT Business Analyst in Warsaw.

Seeing you post, I was wondering if you have got an answer to the questions you posed ? As even I have pretty much similar doubts as you had.

Also, I was wondering if you could help me know what is good enough salary to live easily and also save while working in Warsaw. Would appreciate your guidance.
harshsheth
2 Mar 2014  #50
Hi,
I am from ahmedabad
me and my wife very soon shifting to Malaysia on work permit
we both are Commerce Graduate and Experienced
in future in short time we wanted to shift to Poland by work permit
kindly guide us for the Process what needed, Cost, Work permit how we can get and what we can earn there....
My email id is : Harsh@hallmarksecuritysystem.com
afsana
17 Jul 2014  #51
Hi i am from Bangladesh. I want to go poland with spouse in student visa.Is it possible to get student visa with spouse with sufficient work permit and my spouse also.
DominicB - | 2,677
17 Jul 2014  #52
Forget about it. The chances of either you or your wife obtaining a work permit are very remote. Practically zero, so make your plans on the very safe assumption that neither you nor your wife will be able to earn a single penny in Poland. Don't come unless you have abundant funds to cover your stay from your savings or your family back home. Otherwise, you're better off studying elsewhere, even in Bangladesh.
buboy
1 Aug 2014  #53
Hi,

I am working in Poland and I have a partner on a non-EU country.
Well my partner is of same sex and we are planning to marry in Paris where it is legal or a registered partnership in Poland.

Can he get a fiancee visa in this case?
Thanks for the answer.
Monitor 14 | 1,821
1 Aug 2014  #54
Can he get a fiancee visa in this case?

No, because same sex marriages are not honored in Poland. But to come to Poland you don't need Polish Visa, only permit to legally stay in France.
jon357 63 | 14,134
1 Aug 2014  #55
Yes. If someone has a Schengen visa, it's good for the whole Schengen zone. There are limits to do with length of stay in other Schengen countries though, and no right to work.
subhajit paul
17 Aug 2014  #56
Hi ! I am Subhajit Paul , I have a question regarding work permit . Unlike UK who do not provide students a work permit after a masters programme .

Q) If i am done with my masters in Poland , will i get a work permit in Poland ?
polandWorkVisa
11 Sep 2014  #57
Hi,
I am currently living in Wroclaw and having offer from 2 companies. First offer is from a company A" in Krakow and they got my work permit started from 8 Sep. Other company "B" gave me offer but joining date is 17 November 2014 and now they will apply work permit for me.

Notice period in company A is 15 days so my query is as I'll resign from company A in November but is it possible and legal that company B can start applying work permit for me while I am having work permit for company A as active work permit. As process takes 2 months and work permit start date would be 17 Nov 2014 so company B wants to start that process.

I only know that company A need to cancel my work permit once I'll leave/resign from that company as I am planning to resign in November.

Please help me with this.

Regards
Monitor 14 | 1,821
12 Sep 2014  #58
Yes, work permit is assigned to the employer, so if you quit job you will loose the permit.
arslan
10 Oct 2014  #59
hello my name is malik m arslan. i am from pakistan. i got work permit from company for one year. my question when applying from pakistan which visa should i fill its national visa form r schengen visa form

i am waiting from kind replies
thnx in advance
Looker - | 1,022
10 Oct 2014  #60
Apply for National Visa - Schengen Visa allows to be in Poland just up to 90 days within six months.


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