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Do I need an invitation to enter Poland as a tourist?


plniyer 1 | -
20 Apr 2009 #1
HI Friends

I hold an Indian passport with a valid UK and Schengen visa. I will be staying in my brothers house during my stay so I dont have any hotel reservation. So do i require any invitation letter from him to enter Poland or not. He has given me his house contract copy. Is that sufficient. Please help.
Lori 4 | 118
23 Apr 2009 #2
Where are you starting from? If you are already in a Schengen area, no one will even look at your passport. I've never been asked where I'm going to stay when entering Poland, either before or after Schegen.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
23 Apr 2009 #3
You need a visa, Polish passport, the so called "Karta Polaka" and proof that your're of Polish ethnicity back to year 1750. :):):):) It's the new law of the Roman Gietrych cabinet..
nauczyciel
23 Apr 2009 #4
/\ rubbish. i think someone is trying to be witty.

if you have a Schengen Visa, you have nothing to worry about. there are no border checks from other Schengen countries.
King Sobieski 2 | 716
24 Apr 2009 #5
try to keep the noise down whilst their!!!!
Kowalski 7 | 621
25 Apr 2009 #6
As far as I know there are some country specific visas, too and Schengen wide visas. Although there's no border checks, technically a holder of a country-specific visa (a Schengen member country) should remain within that country borders.

In other words one may get full Schengen visa or one country visa.
If you're flying from UK there's no passport checks at airports, nor anywhere else though.
Lori 4 | 118
25 Apr 2009 #7
From the outside the Schengen border and the EU requirements are hard to understand. I've been awarded a Fulbright to teach at the University of Pecs in Hungary. I'll be getting a visa for that since I'll be staying longer than 90 days. But the directions say I can go anywhere in the EU on a visa to work in Hungary. Go figure!
Kowalski 7 | 621
25 Apr 2009 #8
You've got full Schengen visa - that's all. The one valid for one member state only is less expensive - I think one can choose which one to take when approved already. Some go to one country for few days and don't need more and over 90 days visa is probably always full Schengen visa.
emmanuel080
11 May 2009 #9
hello i need invitation to come over to study i want student visa/
its_uk
1 Sep 2009 #10
i have a friend in poland and i want o apply visa for poland from pakistan
i want my friend to send me an invitation letter from there
what kind of letter should b this and do my friend needs to go to any govt department there to make this invitation letter?
plz guide
jonny75
6 Nov 2009 #11
yes i need your help i want get invitation letter from poland how can help me and how much ur cost?how long get it this my mail jcoby17@yahoo
ezuomike
3 Jun 2010 #12
Pls i need someone to send me a visa invitation letter to visit Poland. I will appreciate so much. contact me on ezuomike4002@yahoo.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,866
3 Jun 2010 #13
It's not going to happen - they are personally responsible for you throughout your stay, and given that you don't have anyone to issue the invitation, surely means that you'll do a runner when in Poland.
natalio
11 Oct 2010 #14
ok hello ...am stuent am need visa for polend .how exact am need invitation
when you need help me please help me
my email ; douding40@yahoo.fr
munna
13 Oct 2010 #15
I am in Bangladesh. Recently I visited Singapore,Thailand,Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Nepal, Bhutan. Now I want to visit poland. So please give me a Invitation letter to get the Poland visa. Thanks.

Mohammad Sumon
My email - munna0088@gmail.
JIt
9 Dec 2010 #17
Hello friends,
I am from India, some one sent me invitation visa from Poland on 29/10/2010. but still not yet come to me. Can any one tell me that, how may days needs to get this visa? Thanking you.

With regards,
Jit.
rachely476 - | 1
10 Dec 2010 #18
Hi! I’ve just visited this forum. Happy to get acquainted with you. Thanks.
bashir
2 May 2011 #19
my names bashir mohamed,

i hold kenyan passaport becuase i am a kenyan so that i need to ask you if it is possible to get invatation letter from poland,because i like to came poland to injoy a few mounths thank you

and this is my email,goldenboy03@live.com
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535
2 May 2011 #20
Go contact your local polish embassy. All those posting here look like crap to me, without any basic educational background ... these are questions which do not need any intelligent and serious man to be looking into forums. There are enough more better and easier sources to gather them. Thats why I think students (genuine) are always the better ones to allow to come in your country, as they tend to be representing the better of their countrymen and women.
awiso15
26 Jul 2011 #21
hello every one i am a cameroonian . im jobles so i need you guys help, if some body could help get me an invitation letter to obtain a visa in any of the followng countries i would be very proud i.e Poland,Germany,Czech,spain,norway,finland and sweeden. pls i would be awaiting for your anwers. not that i fevourable to jobs offer pls
sayedur rahman
4 Oct 2011 #22
Dear
I'm a Bangladeshi visitor.my name is Md. Sayedur Rahman. Recently I visited Singapore,Malaysia, India, Nepal. Now I want to visit Poland. So please give me a Invitation letter to get the Poland visa. Thanks.

MD. SAYEDUR RAHMAN
Passport No: X 0374668
Address: Niladre, Nibas-B 20/7
West Pathantula
P.O : Sylhet-3100
P.S : Kotwali
Dist : Sylhet
Bangladesh
Email - sayedur78@gmail.
Polsyr 6 | 769
4 Oct 2011 #23
To answer the original question, if you have a valid Schengen short stay visa (type C), you can visit any country within the Schengen zone (including Poland). However, if your point of entry into the Schengen zone is Poland, you may be asked about the purpose of your visit and your address while in Poland. If your point of Entry is another Schengen country, then it is up to the passport control in that country to admit you or not. In general, your purpose of entry into the Schengen zone should be to mainly to visit the country that issued the visa to you. If you have a visa issued by Germany for example, and your point of entry into the Schengen zone is France, and when asked about your destination you state Poland, you might be asked more questions, depending on the individual passport control officer that looks at your passport. He or she has the power to make the final decision on whether you will be permitted to enter the Schengen zone or not. Regardless, I never heard of anyone being issued a Schengen visa and denied entry. Just don't lie to passport control and everything should be fine. If they catch you lying they have the power to revoke your visa and ban you from entry, without possibility of appeal.

By the way, all this information is available online and at embassies and consulates of every Schengen country, world wide.

I am irritated by the number of people offering to pay for invitation letters or even begging for them. First of all, where is your self-respect? Second, this is illegal, and if you are caught you are likely to receive an entry ban or even be deported after entry. The embassy that reviews the visa application is likely to ask about your relationship with the person that provided the invitation letter, and documentation to prove it. Also, the person that provides this letter remains legally accountable, since these letters are notarized and registered in the relevant government offices.
sayedur
8 Oct 2011 #24
dear
i want to visit of Poland, because do i know this country, country's people & weather, your country is a very beauty full, some days ago my a friend traveling of poland, he is tell me your country details, After we r intrastate to visiting Poland,i long time searching online of your country details,

Thanks for u
adamlycett 1 | 9
8 Oct 2011 #25
Stay in england you are not welcome here one day you will get a good beating do you really want to spend your whole life been terrorised
hythorn 3 | 580
8 Oct 2011 #26
you are doubtless the sort of person who becomes sexually aroused when you hear police sirens
isthatu2 4 | 2,704
9 Oct 2011 #27
you are not welcome here

WTF do you mean "here"? Your location is given is Sheffield,last time I checked that was a No78 bus ride away from me....not Poland,Yorkshire, easy mistake though these days with all the Skleps....
Teffle 22 | 1,321
9 Oct 2011 #28
you are doubtless the sort of person who becomes sexually aroused when you hear police sirens

LOL!
Nathaniel
1 Mar 2013 #29
I am a sierra leonean and am currently living in sierra leone. I want an invitations letter to enter poland , and I seriously need help I now one cannot trust any on this but it real. I really want to experience plenty things in your country .I know it sound crazy but am serious I will be gratefuL

Thanks
Dreadnought 1 | 143
1 Mar 2013 #30
UK is really tightening up on Passports/student visas etc....other EU countries are the same....this is just a fishing expedition for passport grabbers before the door shuts. Sad thing is not one of them is looking to stay in Poland, it is just the EU passport that attracts them. If Poland closes the door (actually one thing I like about Poland is that the door is hardly ajar anyway), you will see them congragating on (maybe they already are) other EU forums. I have no respect for this particular type of economic migrant.


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