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Poland's National VISA and work permit


mokasha 3 | 18    
21 May 2017  #1
Hi,

I want to know more information about applying for national VISA (type D) with work permit. I've been hearing that VISA application can be refused, even if the applicant has a job offer from a well known multinational firm in Poland, an invitation letter from the company and a work permit and other supporting documents (applying from Egypt). Are these supporting documents enough for the VISA to be granted? whats the percentage of granting/rejecting the VISA in this case?
DominicB - | 2,645    
21 May 2017  #2
I've been hearing that VISA application can be refused... Are these supporting documents enough for the VISA to be granted?

That's correct. Even if all of your paperwork is in order legitimate, the consul can still refuse your visa for a whole bunch of reasons. For example, if they believe you might be a security risk or are not convinced that you will return to your country of origin when your visa expires.

whats the percentage of granting/rejecting the VISA in this case?

It's greater than zero. How much is anybody's guess. Averages and probabilities are of little utility in deciding particular cases. This isn't a lottery.

Bottom line: don't quit your current job until you get your visa.
OP mokasha 3 | 18    
21 May 2017  #3
@DominicB
Thanks Dominic, that was my assumption too, but basically when going on a job offer, I will apply for temp residency upon arrival and will renew it as long as the contract goes with the employer (which is a 1-year contract then should be converted to open after 1 year).

So, what could be an indication for them that I will not return to my country if VISA expires and not renewed? or what could be a proof that I will return ? bank statements ? evidence of owned properties in my country (apartment, etc)?
DominicB - | 2,645    
21 May 2017  #4
https://polishforums.com/law/visa-refused-going-make-appeal-59775/2/#msg1484233

You'll just have to provide what documents you can, and hope that the consul finds them convincing. For example, if you have held a job in your own country, it shows that you have been able to find employment there. If your family is wealthy and owns a family business which you will inherit, that is also convincing. But this all has to be on official paper.
OP mokasha 3 | 18    
21 May 2017  #5
Thanks a lot Dominic for the detailed information. Appreciated :)
saba - | 1    
13 Jun 2017  #6
Guys, I need an information. Currently I see most of my Polish colleagues are working in B2B contracts rather than a permanent contract with the employer. As a foreigner can I choose that? In that case, will I get a work permit based on such a contract?
Mehdi Ahmadi 1 | 6    
14 Sep 2017  #7
Merged:

[Schengen visa] can I give cash money to Poland's embassy to insure them return back to home country??



hello to all friends in this forum
i am afghan citizen married with polish girl living in Norway my schengen visa to Norway was rejected in grounds that my marriage was not registered in Poland and that i will not return back to my home country

now we register our marriage in Poland but i want to ask for insure them that i return back to my home country can i give embassy cash money like 25.000usd or 30.000usd its possible or what alternative way is possible
RESHMA - | 1    
4 Aug 2018  #8
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