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part-time job in Poland needs work permit?


MINO 1 | 19
27 Nov 2010 #1
?
thamks,
sunhp 4 | 23
27 Nov 2010 #2
It's depend on your origin country. if you are eu citizen you don't need for 6 months. Student will not get work permit and not allowed to work in Poland.
OP MINO 1 | 19
27 Nov 2010 #3
thanks
delphiandomine 83 | 17,732
27 Nov 2010 #4
It's depend on your origin country. if you are eu citizen you don't need for 6 months. Student will not get work permit and not allowed to work in Poland.

Not true in the slightest.

EU citizens don't need a work permit at all.

Non-EU citizens may need a work permit, depending on the nationality and the job.

Work permits can be obtained for part time work - but this is very much upto the decision of the person issuing it.
OP MINO 1 | 19
27 Nov 2010 #5
i just want to know how to do to able to work part time as a student not ue citezen,
summer is magic
27 Nov 2010 #6
Are you from 3rd world country?
OP MINO 1 | 19
27 Nov 2010 #7
why you ask me
wildrover 98 | 4,451
27 Nov 2010 #8
Are you from 3rd world country?

He is from an Arab country...
convex 20 | 3,978
27 Nov 2010 #9
Which would mean either he's not as well off as you, or a million times better off.

Are you from 3rd world country?

What does it matter? It was a simple question. Poland was the so called "3rd world" a couple of years back.
OP MINO 1 | 19
27 Nov 2010 #10
exactly
delphiandomine 83 | 17,732
27 Nov 2010 #11
i just want to know how to do to able to work part time as a student not ue citezen,

You'll need a work permit.

I would strongly advise against doing work without a work permit - the standard punishment is a year's ban from the Schengen zone, plus a small fine. The ban from the Schengen zone will also count against you for future visa applications - for instance, it's unlikely that you'll get a student visa again because of the previous ban.

Sorry to say it, but Poland isn't a very friendly country when it comes to illegal work. If you lived in Germany, Holland, France or the UK - it would be much easier.

My suggestion is that as a student, you're entitled to visit other EU countries for up to 3 months at a time. If you can, then you might be able to pick up jobs in other countries on a short term basis. Not legal, but probably safer than doing it in Poland.
OP MINO 1 | 19
11 Jan 2011 #12
Merged thread:
work permit!!!!!!help...

Hi all,I would like tell here my problem may be ther is some one have any infomation for me.Im not from Eu and Im here since last september studieng polish language ,I found many offers of jobs but every time problem of work permit stop me,cuse employer dont like to loose time to organise me this procedure wich took not less to 1 munth,and for sure they have right,cuse of that Im staying without work now more than 4 munths and i almust go crazy!!and currently i recieve nice offer of job in warasaw but the same problem as usually,I promissed the employer that I ll organise this situation as soon as possible to be able to get this position and now im looking for any drop of chance to get this work permit for any price,

Plz I would like read any answer
Thank you for all
Regards
Olaf 6 | 956
12 Jan 2011 #13
Hi,
It's either you want to work in Poland or you came to study. You can't have both as a foreigner. Probably this restriction protects from lousy students and sleepy workers;)

Another thing is that it is your future employer's obligation, not yours, to take care of the work permit for non-EU citizen. Also, your visa application would rely on the process of getting the permit. Are you on a student visa, D-type or what kind?
King Sobieski 2 | 716
12 Jan 2011 #14
Another thing is that it is your future employer's obligation, not yours, to take care of the work permit for non-EU citizen.

why would an employer waste their time going through this red tape if they could employ a candidate with the work permit or a local?
berkerkiran - | 1
12 Jan 2011 #15
Hello MINO,

First of I am also non-EU from Turkey. I am going to graduate from my university(bachelor) in a week, I will be in Krakow february 1st, and I will be starting for working with private company and they didnt still send me work permit! I didnt know it would take so much time. it became almost 2 weeks. And let me ask? where u are from? because me as a turkish, I gave advertisement to the website even fb, and I found people who would like to learn turkish language You dont need to work permit for it!!! , u can give private courses 1 to 1 by giving advertisement , believe me it works and u will earn quite much if u find 3-4 person. Where are u from? where are u living?

yesterday I got mail from one guy who would like to open kebap bar in krakow and he is looking for turkish who would like to work.

about getting work permit u have to apply big companies really like IBM, PMI, HCL, HAYS etc.. then it wont be problem...

greetingss...
OP MINO 1 | 19
12 Jan 2011 #16
Im not a student,i have national visa i get it to learn polish language here,
Olaf 6 | 956
12 Jan 2011 #17
why would an employer waste their time going through this red tape if they could employ a candidate with the work permit or a local?

Simple: because of experience or qualifications or language. If not any of these then probably locals are cheaper. Anyway, as I said work permit is nt such a big hassle for employer, but it has to be done. You don't get work permit without an employer first.

working with private company and they didnt still send me work permit! I didnt know it would take so much time.

you don't buy it, you apply for it (your employer actually) and it has to take some time, which is normal and it's like that everywhere.

about getting work permit u have to apply big companies really like IBM, PMI, HCL, HAYS etc.. then it wont be problem...

Yes, they have it all sorted out already. Also now some of them are looking for accountant w/Turkish.
OP MINO 1 | 19
16 Jan 2011 #18
more advices or help plz..................
delphiandomine 83 | 17,732
16 Jan 2011 #19
If you can't afford to study in Poland without working, perhaps it's time to leave?
OP MINO 1 | 19
16 Jan 2011 #20
i prefer to fight more.not give up yet
delphiandomine 83 | 17,732
16 Jan 2011 #21
Then you know the score. You need a work permit to work legally in Poland.
OP MINO 1 | 19
16 Jan 2011 #22
yes...........
delphiandomine 83 | 17,732
16 Jan 2011 #23
So why do you need more advice or information? The answer is simple - you have to find an employer who will apply for a work permit for you.
OP MINO 1 | 19
16 Jan 2011 #24
i hopr ther is employer like that
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
16 Jan 2011 #25
Here's a leaflet published by "Centrum Informacyjne dla Cudzoziemców" that explains the revelent information in a nutshell, just open up the pdf document [forummigracyjne.org/files/157/pfm-ulotka-praca+zezwolenie-A5-01-EN-rozkl.pdf] - Praca w Polsce - ANG to view it in English.

If you're a citizens of Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Moldova or Georgia, they published a separate leaflet describing the opportunities to work in Poland without the need for a work permit.
OP MINO 1 | 19
16 Jan 2011 #26
thank you
grubas 12 | 1,391
17 Jan 2011 #27
What does it matter? It was a simple question. Poland was the so called "3rd world" a couple of years back.

BS.Poland never was a 3rd world country.How can you compare Poland to places like Vietnam,Congo,Cambodia etc.?
grubas 12 | 1,391
18 Jan 2011 #29
Really?What can you know about Poland in 81?Nothing.So,let me tell you boy,Poland in 1981 was way better place than many countries are today.What a ridiculous statement.I lived in Poland in 1981 and I did not see anybody hungry,begging nor living in a shack.Now go to Vietnam,Philipines or Zimbabwe and you will see what "3rd world country" means.
garrydhillon007
28 Apr 2011 #30
i have one question kindly give me answere too soon because i need it very much

my question is the person who is not eu citizens and polish but he/her have polish work permit they can do everywhere in eu from the may 2011..because i listen about it from the many people kindly tell me about it this information is true or not ?


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