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Is work visa in Poland issued for the period corresponding to validity of a work permit?


Clearnesss
3 Apr 2015  #1
Does the Work visa (National) is issued for the period of time corresponding to validity of a work permit exactly or more ?? Please note that there is a time lap between the work permit starting time and the visa issuing is date 15 days due to some administrative delays . Thanks
Looker - | 1,022
3 Apr 2015  #2
As far I know, the period for which a visa is issued is strictly dependent on the reason of issue. The employer shall issue a declaration of intention to work for a for a specific period of time, and this period is a measure of how long a work visa is valid. For example if it's issued for 5 months, the validity period of work visa will be also 5 months.

Individual Country Visa (D) A "D" visa allows a foreigner to enter a single country and stay within its borders for up to one year. The validity of such a visa depends on the purpose of travel.

delirocks - | 1
11 May 2015  #3
Merged: Live and work in Poland - company setup and visa

HELLO,

CAN SOME ONE GUIDE ME ABOUT LIVE AND WORK AND COMPANY SETUP AND VISA and WORK PERMIT FORMALITIES IN POLAN

WHAT IS THE PROCEDURES, REQUIREMENT, TOTAL FEES AND PROCESS TIME DURATION.

AWAITING YOUR REPLY.

THANKS
Looker - | 1,022
11 May 2015  #4
These kind of topics repeated many times already. Use the search function.
One of the useful pages for foreigners in Poland is the migrant site: migrant .info.pl
Lok Bahadur budh
2 Jun 2018  #5
I applied for Poland working visa but my agent he fill up form total wrong and embassy rejected me twice for same reason now I fill up again new form but it already 3 months already pass in my work permit but validity of work permit is 1 yrs u think I can apply with same work permit again or I need next work permit pls advice me


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