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Pomerania, due to its unique location has always been a melting pot. Foreigners have always been a part of our community, enriching our culture by bringing in bits of their culture and food. Between 2014-2019 the number of residence permits (of different types) granted increased by almost 2.5 times and continue to grow. The Office for Foreigners reports that 73% of applications for residence submitted in 2019 were related to work opportunities. The growing number of immigrants and migrants has created a need for strategies and solutions to help them legalise and integrate. This is especially true for migrants who are here or are looking at coming to Pomerania because it provides them with a safe haven and socio-economic opportunities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected … well.. everything! Including the job market which has gone through significant changes in the last few months. Even though sectors such as tourism, gastronomy or hotel industry as well as other service have seen a decline, most businesses are operating as before. However, employers are being cautious and adapting their remote working policies. To ensure that business growth does not slow down, almost all companies have moved to 100% online recruitment.
Issues related to the legalisation of employment and stay of foreigners in Poland still raise many doubts – both among employers and their foreign employees. In order to make it easier to navigate among statutory regulations, the Invest in Pomerania team in cooperation with specialists from the Pomeranian Voivodeship Office have created a publication containing a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding the procedure of applying for a residence and work permit in Poland.
A Residence Card is a document confirming identity issued to foreigners who have obtained a temporary residence permit. What entitlements arise from a residence card and how to obtain it? Find out more in the next part of the Legalisation of Stay and Employment of Foreigners in Poland guide.
You have already submitted your application for a temporary residence permit. Do you want to know how long you have to wait for the decision? Read the next part of the Legalisation of Stay and Employment of Foreigners in Poland guide.
You want to apply for a Temporary Residence Permit in Poland? Do you know what is the easiest way to fill in and submit your application? Read about it in the further part of theLegalisation of Stay and Employment of Foreigners in Poland guide.
Are you applying for a temporary residence permit in Poland? If you want to know what additional documents should be submitted with your application, read the full list of attachments in the further part of the guide Legalisation of Stay and Employment of Foreigners in Poland.
You submitted an application for a temporary residence permit and have a stamp in your passport that allows you to stay in Poland until the final decision. Does it also mean that you can be legally employed in Poland? Read the next part of the Legalisation of Stay and Employment of Foreigners in Poland guide and find out.
You submitted an application for a temporary residence permit. Does it mean that you can now legally stay in Poland until you receive the decision on granting you a temporary residence permit? To find out read the next part of the guide Legalisation of Stay and Employment of Foreigners in Poland.