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Choose Your Poland Work Permit Program
A work permit allows you to do temporary or permanent job placement at one employer without any obligations in regards to your residence status.
The Polish work permit type B is a temporary residence permit that allows foreigners to work in Poland.
The work permit type C is the third most popular work permit in Poland. It is a residence card that allows a foreigner to reside and work in Poland for up to one year.
The Temporary Work Permit Type “D” is issued for a period of three years. It is granted to foreigners who are registered in the Commercial Register and have concluded an employment contract with a company to provide services in Poland.
The Poland Work Permit Type “e” is desired by employers who are seeking employees from outside of the European Union. This work permit is for foreign nationals that have a Polish residence card, which is obtained via the Polish Agency for Foreigners.
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Why Choose to Migrate to Poland as a Skilled Worker
For people who are looking for a place where they can live in more comfort, Poland is a good option. It’s considered to be one of the most attractive countries to move to in order to find work and start a better life. Skilled workers are always in demand in Poland and here are a few reasons why you should consider moving to Poland for work:
• The country has a talent shortage, with many sectors unable to fill their vacancies with qualified people.
• The country, on the whole, has a low unemployment rate.
• The wages paid in Poland are relatively high and are on par with western standards.
• Country offers a safe and welcoming environment for skilled workers.
• The country has a strong economy that is growing at a fast rate.
• Poland offers attractive tax benefits and healthcare coverage schemes.
Eligibility Criterions for Poland Work Permit
Poland has over the last decade or so, become a popular destination for skilled immigrants. The work permit for Poland is only granted to non-EU citizens if they fulfill the specific requirements set by the Polish authorities. In order to be eligible for a work permit, an applicant should have:
• A job offer from an employer in Poland
• A valid medical certificate issued within the last six months
• Proof of sufficient financial means to support themselves and their family throughout their stay in Poland
• If your application is approved you can apply for a residence card at your nearest Polish consulate.
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