When the humanitarian crisis hit Belarus in 2020, we were the first region to set up what we thought was a temporary initiative complementing Poland. Business Harbour programme. Today, 2 years later the program has expanded to include Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, and Georgia.
Immigrants, Migrants, the Pomerania Perspective
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.
Free apps for learning Polish language
If you didn’t know Polish is not exactly an easy language, rather it has been voted as one of the top 5 most difficult languages in the world! But, if you are anything like us, adding Polish to your arsenal of superpowers is a challenge you will relish! Earlier, we would have given you a list to twenty words and the addresses of a few language schools, but not anymore! Why do you need a full time classroom when you can use apps.
Tricity Attractions for Foreigners – What’s There to Do If You Don’t Know Polish
When our foreign friends visit Tri-City, we feel obliged to show them around the most interesting places and monuments. Fontanna Neptuna (Neptune’s Fountain), the historic Długi Targ (Long Market), the Sopot pier, the cliff in Gdynia, the Błyskawica (Lightning) ship and the Dar Pomorza (Gift of Pomerania) sailing ship are key points of trips. However, what can we do if our guests have already seen these popular Tri-City attractions and are thirsty for more?
5 reasons to move to the Pomeranian region and enjoy life more
Pomeranian Voivodeship Office in Gdansk Okopowa 21/27 80-810 Gdansk Phone: 58 30 77 695 https://www.gdansk.uw.gov.pl/en/ Gdańsk City Hall ul. Nowe Ogrody 8/12 80-803 Gdańsk Phone: +48 58 52 44 500 fax: +48 58 302 39 41 e-mail: email@example.com https://www.gdansk.pl/urzad-miejski Pomeranian Voivodeship Office, Foreigner Affairs Department. The Pomeranian Voivodeship Office in Gdańsk ul. Okopowa 21/27 80-810… Continue reading Important addresses
Important telephone numbers
Emergency – 112 Police – 997 Ambulance – 999 Fire Service – 998 Municipal Police – 986 Gas Emergency Service – 992 Electricity Emergency Service – 991
Where can you learn Polish? The offer of language courses has been developing dynamically and you can attend classes proposed by different institutions. The most important ones are private language schools, universities and non-governmental organizations. For migrants who think practical and for whom the essential thing is to master the rudiments of grammar and everyday… Continue reading Language Courses
If you already have a driving license issued by the country of Belarus then you don’t need to exchange your document for the polish one. Belarus is a party to the Convention on Road Traffic in Vienna of 8 November 1968 and because of that driving license is valid in Poland within six months of… Continue reading Driving License