Articles about Residence card

Control of legality of stay & background check

Control of legality of stay & background check

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 25 Jun 2018    0 Comments

Why have the police or border guards paid you a visit? Do not worry, it is standard procedure! Read more

Long-term EU-resident permit in Poland

Long-term EU-resident permit in Poland

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 23 Feb 2016    0 Comments

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? Read more

Gaining permanent residence permit in Poland

Gaining permanent residence permit in Poland

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 12 Jan 2016    0 Comments

Have you spent several years in Poland without any interruptions? Read how to apply for a permanent residence permit. Read more

How to become a temporary resident in Poland

How to become a temporary resident in Poland

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 08 Jan 2016    0 Comments

You want to stay legally in Poland but it's difficult to extend your visa. A temporary residence card is a solution you are looking for. Learn more about it. Read more

Residence card in Poland

Residence card in Poland

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 29 Dec 2015    0 Comments

Residence cards, apart from visas, are one of the most common documents among foreigners in Poland. Read why! Read more

Formalities related to the arrival to Poland

Formalities related to the arrival to Poland

Author: Careers in Poland, Publication date: 03 Nov 2014    0 Comments

What formalities do you need to take care of before you move to Poland? Learn about them from our article! Read more

 

Newest articles

The city of Kraków helps foreigners adapt to life in Poland through the Open Krakow programme. See where you can ask for advice in matters related to your stay. Read more

Marco is an Italian, who moved to Poland from Sweden. He tells us about his experience of living in Łódź and working for Nordea. Read more

Can we shape the future according to our needs? The European Union pondered this question during a special conference "The Future of Work: Today. Tomorrow. For All." Read more