Eu Blue Card Poland

OVERVIEW

How does EU Blue Card Work for Poland?

Poland has the eight (8th) largest economies in Europe. This has attracted a lot of highly skilled professional expatriates to seek greener pastures in Poland. However, for these set of people to be able to work and live in Poland, they need to obtain an immigrant document known as the Polish EU Blue card. It mirrors the American Green card.

The acceptance of Poland’s EU Blue Card application started on the 12th of June in the year 2012. That was more than six years ago. The legitimacy of one’s Polish EU Blue visa becomes questionable after a relatively brief period of 2 years.

Eligibility Criteria

To be Eligible for Poland EU Blue Visa, the following requirements must be met:

  • The second degree in Education or its equivalent and must be recognized by the Polish government.
  • A document to prove a previous five years of work engagement.
  • You need a work contract and ought to have a month to month pay of something like 1.5 times the normal gross settled reference year by request of the Minister of Immigration.
  • You must have come into a work agreement with a Polish employer which will last for a minimum of 1 year.
  • You must be hale and hearty.
  • Proof of medical and travel insurance is not negotiable.
  • Your employer should have arranged to apply for a work permit through the provincial Governor.

Benefits of Program

Why EU Poland Blue Card?

  • Both residence and work permit comes from a single application.
  • Expatriates who are temporarily unemployed are giving the opportunity to still stay behind in Poland.
  • There is room for a family reunion, and one can also apply for permanent residency with this card.

Application Costing

Cost of Applying for the Visa

The processing fee for Poland EU Blue Card Immigration is 165 Euros.

Country Information

Profile of the Country

Poland is located at the center of Europe. The official Language is Polish. However, English, German, Silesian, Russian to mention but a few are also widely spoken. Poland has the eight (8th) largest economies in Europe. The polish economy made a historic landmark during the 2007-2008 economic recessions; it was the only economy in the whole of Europe that was not affected by the recession. According to the World Bank, Poland is a high-income economy with a relatively high standard of living. The top industries in Poland are iron and steel, coal mining and machine building. Poland is a bona fide and active member of the following International Organizations: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), European Union (EU), World Bank Group (WB), International Monetary Fund (IMF), The United State for Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).

Program Details

The following reasons are the rationale behind the increase in the number of applications for EU Blue Card-Poland:

• International Standard of Living.

• Safety: The country can be said to be relatively free of crime.

• Good and tasty delicacies.

• Good salaries.

• Excellent culture.

• Free world-class health care delivery system for citizens.

• Quality Education System.

• Availability of technologically advanced equipment or machines.

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