Poland is a democracy situated in the middle of European continent, inhabited by friendly, hospitable and lovely people. Country is building a modern economy without forgetting their culture, history and heritage
Poland immigration is rapidly becoming popular among various skilled professionals & semi-skilled individuals. Immigration to Poland by professionals from non-EU member states require a special type of work permit, in most cases, it is the National Visa D-type. Poland immigration for work is possible through five different types of work permits. However, the duration for which the work permit granted is fixed and for no longer than 3 years.
Skilled immigration is one of the most common avenues that is chosen. Depending upon how you fit into the various eligibility criteria that the Polish government has set forth for work permits, we at Crystal Sky Line Immigration help you in finding the best fit.
Types of Work Permit : There are 5 types of work permits that are issued by Poland currently:
Type A: This type of work permit is relevant if you are employed either on the basis of employment contract or civil law contract by an employer with an office registered in Poland. This is the most popular work permit.
Type B : Choose this type if you are performing a board member function and residing in Poland for a total period that exceeds 6 months within a period of 12 subsequent months.
Type C : This one will be relevant if you are delegated to Poland by a foreign employer for a period that exceeds 30 days in a calendar year to work for the foreign employer’s subsidiary or branch.
Type D : Another popular one, this one would be the one to choose if you are delegated by a foreign employer to work in export services in an occasional and temporary manner. It is important that the foreign employer does not have a branch or subsidiary of its own in Poland.
Type E : Choose this type if you are undertaking work-related tasks which do not fall into any of the four categories above. This is, as you presume, the rarest type of a work permit.
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