POLAND WORK/VISITING/BUSINESS VISA NOW AVAILABLE…

Dear Esteemed Clients,

We are pleased to announce to you that POLAND WORK VISA is available.

Our reputable company now offers new services → «EMPLOYMENT IN POLAND», – an opportunity to find a legal work in Poland quickly and without any trouble. In cooperation with recruitment agencies in Poland, we offer you the best suitable vacancies.

Men, women, as well as married couples of 18 to 45 years of age, mainly blue-collar jobs, are needed for work in Poland. On condition of daily work, the average salary is 600-800 Euros per month. Many employers provide free accommodation and basic food.

Discover Job Opportunities In Poland Now!

Some vacancies are subject to application review

To work in Poland officially you are required to get the EMPLOYMENT VISA (NATIONAL VISA, D TYPE) through the closest consulate of Poland in your country.

Construction Jobs in Poland

MAIN ACTIVITIES: carpenters, bricklayer, concrete worker, tile layers, painters, fitters, installers of drywalls, scaffolding etc. REQUIREMENTS: 23 – 45 y.o., male; 10-11 hour working shifts, some jobs require professional experience. ACCOMMODATION: provided for free, no meal. SALARY: 12-15 PLN/HOUR ~ 3-3.5 USD/HOUR

ADVANTAGES OF THE POLISH WORK VISA:

  • The invited person has the legal right to live and work throughout the calendar year (360/360) in Poland;
  • The invited person has the legal right to stay for 90 days within half a year in the countries of the Schengen Area (control is hardly possible since there are no clear boundaries);
  • Due to the subordination of the consulate to Voivode (Governor), the visa application is not rejected. etc

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS-POLAND

All applicants

  1. International passport;
  2. Visa fee of  (unless entitled to discount);
  3. 2 passport-type photographs (en face, color, white background, no glasses, no hats);
  4. Travel medical insurance valid for the entire period of intended stay plus at least 2 days; valid for all Schengen countries; minimum coverage 30,000 EUR;
  5. Flight reservation (return);
  6. Residence permit in one of the countries covered by the Embassy (if applicable);
  7. Copy of passport data page and previous visas;
  8. Copies of all original documents which the applicant wishes to keep.

 

Minors travelling alone or with one parent – additional documents

  1. Letter of consent from parent(s)/legal guardian(s) done in the presence of a Notary Public and super legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  2. Birth certificate of the minor;
  3. National ID card/passport parent(s)/legal guardian(s).

 

TYPES OF VISAS

  1. Tourism – additional documents
  2. Hotel reservation or proof of other accommodation; for applicants planning to stay with family or friends or being sponsored by Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation registered with appropriate Polish authorities (Urzad Wojewodzki)is required;
  3. Documents regarding applicant’s sufficient means of subsistence during intended stay, such as: introduction letter from employer with employer’s consent for travel; salary slips; proof of business ownership; personal/business bank account statements; proof of income generated by property; letter from sponsor and documents regarding sponsor’s financial situation;

Documents regarding applicants family situation (marriage/birth certificates).

 

  1. Family or friends visits – additional documents
  2. Copy of written and signed invitation from inviting person, stating conditions of visit (period of stay, who covers expenses etc.);
  3. Hotel reservation or proof of other accommodation; for applicants planning to stay with family or friends or being sponsored by Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation registered with appropriate Polish authorities (Urzad Wojewodzki)is required;
  4. For family visits – merriage certificate. Local merriage certificate should be registered in Poland (more info: Legalization of documents)
  5. For friends visits – proof of friendly relationship between applicant and person to be visited (correspondence, photos, etc.);
  6. Photocopy of inviting person’s Polish/EU passport/national ID (if applicable) and – in case the inviting person is not a Polish/EU citizen – photocopy of the inviting person’s visa or residence  permit in Poland/EU;
  7. Documents regarding applicant’s sufficient means of subsistence during intended stay, such as: introduction letter from employer with employer’s consent for travel; salary slips; proof of business ownership; personal/business bank account statements; proof of income generated by property; letter from sponsor and documents regarding sponsor’s financial situation;
  8. Documents regarding applicant’s family situation (marriage/birth certificates).

 

  1. 3. Business visits – additional documents
  2. Copy of written and signed invitation from inviting person or institution, stating the purpose and conditions of visit (period of stay, who covers expenses etc.);
  3. Hotel reservation or proof of other accommodation; for applicants planning to stay with family or friends or being sponsored by Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation registered with appropriate Polish authorities (Urzad Wojewodzki)is required;
  4. Tax clearance certificate and certificate of  business incorporation of institution delegating applicant for visit;
  5. Copy of tax clearance certificate and certificate of business incorporation of Polish business institution inviting applicant for visit;
  6. Proof of commercial activities in country of residence, recent business contacts with inviting company (contracts, bills, commercial correspondence, etc.);
  7. Proof of previous business dealings with other Polish/Schengen institutions;
  8. For business conferences, fairs, seminars, congresses, etc. – invitation; proof of registration and payment of fees; other documents proving the existence of trade or work relations;
  9. Documents regarding applicant’s sufficient means of subsistence during intended stay, such as: introduction letter from employer with employer’s consent for travel; salary slips; proof of business ownership; personal/business bank account statements; proof of income generated by property; letter from sponsor and documents regarding sponsor’s financial situation;
  10. Documents regarding applicants family situation (marriage/birth certificates).

 

  1. Studies, courses, research etc. – additional documents
  2. Copy of acceptance letter;
  3. All documents required by the institution;
  4. Confirmation of payment of fees (if applicable);
  5. Documents for legalization (if applicable) – more info: Legalization of documents;
  6. Hotel reservation or proof of another accommodation; for applicants planning to stay with family or friends or being sponsored by Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation registered with appropriate Polish authorities (Urzad Wojewodzki)is required;
  7. Documents regarding applicant’s sufficient means of subsistence during intended stay, such as: introduction letter from employer with employer’s consent for travel; salary slips; proof of business ownership; personal/business bank account statements; proof of income generated by property; letter from sponsor and documents regarding sponsor’s financial situation;
  8. Documents regarding applicants family situation (marriage/birth certificates).

 

  1. 5. Scientific, cultural, sports, religious events etc. – additional documents
  2. Copy of invitation/acceptance letter, indicating purpose and duration of stay;
  3. Hotel reservation or proof of another accommodation; for applicants planning to stay with family or friends or being sponsored by Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation registered with appropriate Polish authorities (Urzad Wojewodzki)is required;
  4. Proof of registration and payment of fees (if applicable);
  5. Any other documents required by the host institution;
  6. Documents proving applicant’s qualifications for the purpose of the visit (proof of employment in a related field, career history; certificates, diplomas, etc.);
  7. Documents regarding applicant’s sufficient means of subsistence during intended stay, such as: introduction letter from employer with employer’s consent for travel; salary slips; proof of business ownership; personal/business bank account statements; proof of income generated by property; letter from sponsor and documents regarding sponsor’s financial situation;
  8. Documents regarding applicants family situation (marriage/birth certificates).

 

  1. Medical treatment – additional documents
  2. Certificate from the applicant’s physician or a hospital in country of residence, confirming the need for specific medical treatment to be provided in the country of destination;
  3. Copy of written, official confirmation of the receiving medical institution that it can perform the specific medical treatment and that the patient will be accepted accordingly;
  4. Proof of pre-payment of the treatment or other proof of sufficient financial means to cover the medical treatment and related expenses, such as additional insurance coverage;
  5. Any other correspondence between the sending and receiving sides, if available;
  6. Hotel reservation or proof of another accommodation. For applicants planning to stay with family or friends or being sponsored by Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation registered with appropriate Polish authorities (Urzad Wojewodzki)is required;
  7. Documents regarding applicant’s sufficient means of subsistence during intended stay, such as: introduction letter from employer with employer’s consent for travel; salary slips; proof of business ownership; personal/business bank account statements; proof of income generated by property; letter from sponsor and documents regarding sponsor’s financial situation;
  8. Documents regarding applicants family situation (marriage/birth certificates).

 

  1. 7. Work purposes – additional documents
  2. Copy of work permit;
  3. Written information from employer regarding conditions of employment;
  4. Written proof of how contact was made with the potential employee and how his skills were verified;
  5. Documents proving applicant’s qualifications for the purpose of the visit (proof of employment in a related field, career history; certificates, diplomas, etc.);
  6. All other documents required in a given field (permits, qualifications, licenses etc.);
  7. Hotel reservation or proof of another accommodation. For applicants planning to stay with family or friends or being sponsored by Polish/EU citizens in any other way, an invitation registered with appropriate Polish authorities (Urzad Wojewodzki)is required;
  8. Documents regarding applicants family situation, such as marriage/birth certificates.  

 

 

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