Poland is a garden of nature and a treasure trove of cultural riches. A democracy located in the middle of Europe, inhabited by a friendly, hospitable people building a modern economy, yet cherishing their heritage dearly. As a member of the European Union and the NATO Alliance, Poland plays an active part in the development of European integration.
With a stable democracy and robust economy – Poland is rapidly creating new job opportunities for skilled professionals, resulting into high quality of life for individuals. Professions such as, cooks, electricians, plumbers, mechanics, construction workers, factory workers, storekeepers, cashiers, waiters and many other have a huge demand in European Labour Market.
What is a work permit?
A work permit is a document that authorizes a foreigner to work legally in Poland. A permit is issued by the voivode (local governor) competent for the seat / place of residence of the employer. The permit indicates the company that entrusts the execution of work to the foreigner and the position or the type of work which the foreigner is to perform.
The work is therefore regarded as legal only if the foreigner performs the work identified in the permit.
This means that if the foreigner wants to change jobs (i.e. change employer and / or position and / or industry) in which he is employed, he must obtain a new permit.
Validity periods of work permits
A work permit is issued for a fixed period, however, for no longer than 3 years. In the case of foreigners who perform work as members of boards of companies employing more than 25 people at the time of application for a permit, the voivode may issue a permit for a period not longer than 5 years. Although the law indicates for what period a work permit may be granted, the voivode may shorten the period for which work permits in the voivodship are issued. The validity of the permit to work may therefore vary between voivodships.
Processing time of work permit for NASC clients
After starting the application and submitting the payment of professional fees the process will take about 3 month to receive all package of documents in original hard copy format.
What the package of documents will include?
The package of Work Permit documents will include:
Original hard copy Work Permit document on Polish language and issued by Polish Government;
Original hard copy Job Offer from the Company;
Original hard copy Official Employment Contract;
Letter of Guarantee.
Work permit give a chance to our clients to have residency of Europe Union and moreover will lead to EU citizenship in 5 years.
Polish passport holder have all rights for free medical care, free education (kindergartens, schools, universities) and much more other social benefits.
Every holder of EU passport is able to travel, live, work and study on the territory of any Schengen Zone Country such France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway and etc.