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Potential for a working holiday in Poland for a young Australian male?


camierzwa
16 Sep 2013 #1
Hello I am a 27 year old Australian male with polish background. I am looking to come to Poland next year to visit my family. I was just wondering if their is any potential work for me while in Poland. A working holiday would be ideal :)
smurf 39 | 1,981
16 Sep 2013 #2
polish

If you can speak the lingo you should be fine. If not, get learning ;)
Harry
16 Sep 2013 #3
was just wondering if their is any potential work for me while in Poland. A working holiday would be ideal :)

Have you got (or can you get) the right to work in the EU without a work permit? If not, your employment prospects in Poland just took a very major hit.
piston31
16 Sep 2013 #4
I was just wondering if their is any potential work for me while in Poland.

which city you live in
qbas81 - | 10
20 Sep 2013 #5
Probably you will need work permit to work in Poland - there is no special 'working holiday' type visa in Poland.

"In general, undertaking paid activity in Poland by a foreigner, irrespectively of the intended length of stay, requires a working permit which has to be obtained in advance at a competent Voivod Office (administrative authority of a Voivodship - a province). Original of the permit has to be filed with the visa application." - from Polish Consulate, Sydney website: sydney.msz.gov.pl/en/consular_information/

Regards
bgs4669 - | 2
20 Sep 2013 #6
Gidday mate...
you have any Irish ancestory? like a grand father or something?
I've been living here in Poznan since 2007...
Brian
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,858
20 Sep 2013 #7
duh Brian he just said his family came from Poland
nothing like reinforcing negative stereotypes eh?
jam13
20 Sep 2013 #8
I might be able to help you! Can you give me your email address?

I'm an Australian in Poland. I'll give you more details via email if you are happy to give me an address.


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