Online temporary residence application form

by Ewelina Nurczyk in: Legal & Taxes, 16 Jul 2018     0 Comments

Have you heard about the interactive application form system for foreigners in Poland? Check out the website to legislate your stay or get international protection.

Poland is on its track to become more interactive, but there is still a long way to go. To make filing application forms easier, the government launched a new project that allows foreigners to print out already filled forms. To prepare the document that can be taken straight to the Voivodeship Office, one needs to go through the following steps on

  1. Select the application form
  2. Fill it online
  3. Save, print, verify and sign
  4. Take to the Voivodeship Office

Do you need to find the address of your local Voivodeship Office?
It's linked in our article about temporary residence permit.

Which forms can be filed through this system?

  • Temporary residence permit
  • Permanent residence permit
  • Long-term residence of the European Union
  • Invitation entry into the invitation register
  • International protection (submitted ONLY to the Border Guard of the Republic of Poland)

All the application should be filled in Polish.

Have you used the system? Would you like to see more of such online tools in the future? Let us know.

See also

How to become a temporary resident in Poland

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Long-term EU-resident permit in Poland

Long-term EU-resident permit in Poland

Foreigners from outside the EU have a way of legalising their stay by obtaining a long-term EU-residence permit. Who is eligible to do that and how to apply for it?
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Temporary residence permit for students in Poland

Students & residence permits

Are you a student or about to become one in Poland? If you want to know how to handle your residence permit application, read our step by step guide to that.
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Ewelina Nurczyk

Ewelina Nurczyk


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