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OUR offer

INDIVIDUAL AND BUSINESS CLIENTS

Foreigners wishing to stay legally in Poland and to obtain a work permit require the necessary permissions. We help our individual and business clients with:

  • filling in the applications;
  • representing foreigners in the course of the proceedings;
  • assisting foreigners to obtain temporary residence permits for non European Union citizens, (for example Ukraine, China, India, Vietnam);
  • assisting foreigners to obtain work permit (type A,B,C,D,E);
  • legalizing a stay of family members of non European Union citizens;
  • legalizing a stay of the families of foreigners who stay in Poland;
  • legalizing a stay of students.

We can also help you with accommodation in the new place, for example: rent a flat, open a bank account, buy insurance, application to school/kindergarten, etc.

Business clients

We have hundreds of candidates from Vietnam and Bangladesh ready to work in Poland. We recruit specialists and nonqualified employees. Our offer is varied: outsourcing, permanent recruitment, temporary work, personal advice. We guarantee the highest level of service and our success is based on building close, long term relations with our clients. We aim to fully understand your needs and expectations which require a precise recruitment plan aimed at enabling us to find only the best candidates.

Our fee for recruitment process is related to profession, experience or workplace of employee. Recruitment time – minimum 14 days .  

Legal issues

Purpose of stay for which temporary residence permit could be granted:

1. Permit for temporary residence and work when the purpose of stay on Polish territory is to work

2. Permit for temporary residence for the purpose of work in a profession requiring high qualifications where the purpose of the foreigner’s stay on Polish territory is highly qualified work

3. Permit for temporary residence for the purpose of work for a foreigner posted by foreign employer to the republic of Poland where the purpose of the foreigner’s stay in Poland is work conducted by a foreigner posted by a foreign employer to the territory of the Republic of Poland

4. Permit for temporary residence to conduct business if the purpose of the foreigner’s stay on Polish territory is to conduct business under the laws in this regard in that territory

5. Permit for temporary residence for the purpose of studying when the purpose of stay is to attend the first degree studies, second degree studies or master’s degree or third-degree studies, which are full-time studies or phd studies, even if these studies are a continuation of or complement of studies undertaken by the foreigner on the territory of another Member State of the European Union. Permit is also granted to a foreigner who intends to take a preparatory course for studies in Polish language.

6. Permit for temporary residence for the purpose of conducting research granted to a foreigner who is a scientist, where the purpose of his stay on Polish territory is to conduct research or development work under contract for carrying out a research project concluded with a research unit, referred to in Article 2(9) of the Act of 30 April 2010 on the principles of financing science (Dz.U. No. 96, item 615, as amended), approved for this purpose by the minister responsible for science on the basis of the decision.

7. Permit for temporary residence for family members of polish citizens is granted to a foreigner who is married to a Polish citizen or to a foreigner who is a minor child of a foreigner married to a Polish citizen and having a temporary residence permit for family member of a Polish citizen

8. Permit for temporary residence for family members of foreigners granted to a foreigner who is married to a foreigner residing in the territory of the Republic of Poland on a specific basis or is a minor child of this foreigner or a minor child of a foreigner married to a foreigner residing in the territory of the Republic of Poland

9. Permit for temporary residence due to circumstances requiring the short-term stay may be granted to a foreigner if: 1) he is obliged to appear in person before the Polish public authority, or 2) the presence of the foreigner on Polish territory is required by its exceptional personal situation, or 3) the presence of the foreigner on Polish territory is required in the interest of the Republic of Poland

10. Permit for temporary residence due to other circumstances is granted or may be granted due to various circumstances. It is granted, among others, when the purpose of the foreigner’s stay in Poland is to study or participate in professional training. The permit is also granted to graduates of Polish universities seeking jobs in the Republic of Poland. It can also be granted to foreigners with families in Poland.

Purpose of stay for which temporary residence permit could be granted:

1. is the child of the foreigner who has been granted a permanent residence permit or a long-term resident’s EU residence permit, and is under his parental authority:
a) was born after this foreigner was granted a permanent residence permit or a long-term resident’s EU residence permit,
b) was born during the period of validity of the temporary residence permit granted to that foreigner,

2. is a child of a Polish citizen remaining under his parental authority,

3. is a person of Polish origin intending to settle on Polish territory on a permanent basis,

4. has been married to a Polish citizen for at least three years before the date on which he applied for a permanent residence permit, and immediately prior to the application he resided continuously on the territory of the Republic of Poland for a period of not less than two years on the basis of a temporary residence permit granted in connection with being married to a Polish citizen, or in connection with obtaining refugee status, subsidiary protection or permission to stay for humanitarian reasons,

6) immediately before applying for a permanent residence permit he resided continuously on the territory of the Republic of Poland for a period of not less than five years on the basis of refugee status, subsidiary protection or permit to stay for humanitarian reasons,

7) prior to applying for a residence permit he resided continuously on the territory of the Republic of Poland for a period of not less than 10 years on the basis of tolerated stay permit granted pursuant to Article 351(1) or (3) of the Act on foreigners,

8) he was granted asylum on the territory of the Republic of Poland,

9) he has a valid Card of the Pole and intends to settle on Polish territory permanently.