Immigration to Poland

Introducing the Republic of Poland: Poland can be described as a European country in a heart of Eastern Europe. Statistics tell us that the population of Poland can currently be estimated at around 38 million people. The dominant ethnic group is polish (94%). The official language is Polish.

Polish nominal GDP per capita is estimated at around 13 540 USD. The Official currency is Zloty (PLN). Poland is a proud member state of the European Union and the Schenggen area, which provides many benefits for its residents.

Immigration legislation requires that if you are a non-European Union Citizen and you intend to stay in the Republic of Poland in excess of 90 days consecutively or if you want to conduct business activities or work, then you must apply for a residence permit. The law currently provides three major grounds for doing so: Starting a business in Poland, getting an education or getting a job.