mid1234 20 Jun 2014 #1So I think I got myself into quite a bit of trouble here. I came to Poland last year in late August to study medicine. Prior to moving to Poland, I have heard that there is a bilateral visa waiver agreement between Poland and the United States.As a result, I didn't feed the need to apply for a student visa as long as I leave Poland every 90 days. I entered the country using my US passport without any student visa. During my 1st school year, I have managed to leave Poland to Berlin three times, with my recent trip being on 5/30. I am planning to leave Poland/ Europe from Warsaw for the summer around mid-July. However, I am starting to get cold feet. The reason being that I only have receipts from two of my trips to Berlin (May and November last year), but not the one in late December of last year. I have called the Polish Immigration office and they said I should be fine.I have also called the Polish border guards regarding this matter. They told me that my receipts for my recent trip to Berlin is good, but it would be better if I have the receipts for all trips.My questions is that do you guys think I should just stay in Poland and apply for a temporary residence card? Note that temporary residence card takes them three months to process. If I go with this option, then I'll have to stay in Poland for the whole summer. Or should I just risk it and leave Poland during mid-July?These are the documents that I will be bringing to the airport: 1.) passport 2.) receipts from two of my Berlin trips 3.) acceptance letter 4.) school certificate of enrollment for 1st year and 2nd year 5.) tuition receipt 6.) bank statement 7.) insurance card 8.) dormitory residence card 9.) flight itinerary regarding my first flight to Poland.Do you guys think these documents are sufficient enough for the Polish border guard to let me pass without banning me from entering Poland again?Let me know what you guys think. I am trying to get as many opinions as I can regarding this matter. Thanks.