Migrate To Poland On A Work Permit VISA

Immigration to Poland is becoming increasingly popular in recent years with plenty of job vacancies open for eligible foreigners.

Immigration to Poland by professionals from non-EU member states requires a special type of work permit, in most cases, it is the National Visa D-type.

A work permit in Poland indicates the name of the company and the position or the type of work that the foreigner is entrusted to perform. Thus, any change in the job would require to apply for a new work permit in Poland.

Typically, a Poland work permit is issued for no longer than 3 years. In some cases of senior managerial positions, it is extendable upto 5 years.

Step-1: Find an employer in Poland Step-2: Gather all your ID proofs and relevant documents including insurance, financial stability certificates
Step-3: Apply for Poland Work Permit, preferably through a licensed consultant Step-4: Get a resident permit in Poland
Current Remuneration For Foreigners In Poland

All foreigners migrating to Poland on a work permit is protected against disproportionate wages. Recent figures on the minimum wage for foreigners working in Poland is around 2600 PLN gross. show

The stats also show that foreigners working in managerial positions, workers in IT sectors, Automobile industry receive the topmost salaries.

Most professionals migrating to Poland have one of the following occupations:

Database Administrator Computer Administrator
IT specialists Software Engineers
Marketing Manager Administrator Manager
Chefs Database Assistant
Semi-skilled professionals in construction, transport, etc. Managers/Workers in the Hospitality, Automobile sector

Use our free online assessment tool to determine your eligibility for a Poland work permit.

Work In Other EU Countries With A Single Poland Work Permit

The European Union (EU) facilitates the free movement of people & services. As a member of the European Union and a part of the Schengen Area, Poland is nothing short of dreamland to work & settle.

In most cases, it is seen that companies send their foreign employees who are on a Poland work permit to work in Germany or any other country within the EU, but for a limited period of time.

Any foreigner worker is eligible for a Poland work permit if they are recruited by:

    • Organization, firm, enterprise in Poland
    • EU Citizen but living in Poland
    • Foreigners living in Poland for more than 5 years

Generally, the Poland work permit is issued in three copies, two of which are directly transferred to the employer who is required to provide one copy to the original applicant and the last copy retained with the Voivodeship Office.

How Can BiMars Consultancy Help You?

BiMars Consultancy is the regional leader in Poland’s immigration and visa consulting services. Our team of expert legal advisors, immigration consultants have assisted several candidates in Poland work permit and other visa applications.  Our services include:

    • Finding open job positions in Poland
    • Complete support in all phases of overseas recruitment including a guarantee letter from the employer
    • Visa Interview Preparation – if required
    • Documentation support related to Poland work permit
    • Updates & Follow-up with the Consulate
    • Transition to Permanent Residency

Our senior consultants are available to guide you further. Book your free consultation session today!

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