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Marriage with a Polish citizen: A civil ceremony
Marriage ceremony in Poland can be either religious or secular. We refer to secular ceremonies as civil ones. How to prepare to marriage with a Polish citizen?
Employment of a foreigner under a contact of employment
An employment contract is a legally binding agreement between an employer and employee. It defines the working relationship and can be used to outline the employee’s role and responsibilities within the business.
Foreigner in Poland: Legalization of stay
Citizens of non-EU/EFTA countries may enter Poland and stay within its territory on a basis of Schengen or national Visa. Visas are issued by a consul
Temporary residence permit
In recent years the number of foreigners coming to Poland increased. Wishing to stay here longer, they decide to fill for the temporary resedence permit. With this permit they can work, study and travel in Poland without any issues.
Humanitarian visa and international protection
A visa is a written permit to cross and stay in a foreign country. Citizens of countries outside the European Union must have a valid visa to enter the territory of Poland.
Brexit - how to register stay in Poland for the UK citizens?
This is the last call for the UK citizens living in Poland wondering how to register their status after Brexit. Only until the end of December 2020 they have a chance to register their stay by previous rules. With the beginning of 2021 their residence will be processed by the rules for non-European Union foreigners.
How to legally hire a foreigner in Poland?
Developing economy is showing the shortcomings in Polish labor market. The needs of specialists in different fields increases. Unfortunately the employer can’t always find needed employees in Poland. Because of this employer will search in different places, other than Poland. In this case it’s important to legalize his work.
A foreigner and a driving license in Poland - legal aspects.
A driving license may be obtained by a person who has been staying in the territory of the Republic of Poland for at least 185 days in each calendar year due to their personal or professional ties, or who presents a certificate that they have been studying here for at least six months