I WANT TO TRAVELTO POLAND, WHICH DOCUMENTS DO I HAVE TO PROVIDE?

 

  • I am a citizen of a member state belonging to the Schengen Area:
    a valid travel document (passport) or valid ID card

 

  • I am a citizen of a European Union member state outside the Schengen Area;
    a valid travel document (passport) or valid ID card

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen area, having the right to enter Poland as part of a visa-free journey:
    valid travel document (passport)

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen Area, having the right to enter Poland as part of a visa-free journey based on a biometric passport:
    a valid biometric passport

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen area, without the right to enter Poland under a visa-free regime:
    a valid travel document (passport) with a valid national visa (D) or Schengen visa (C)

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen Area and I am in possession of a residence permit issued by the Schengen Area.
    a valid travel document (passport) and a valid residency permit issued by a member state of the Schengen Area

 

ATTENTION!


Foreigners entering Poland are obliged to have health insurance valid for the duration of their planned stay!

 

HOW DO I OBTAIN A VISA?

 

  • I want to apply for a Polish national visa (D):
    you must apply to the Consul of the Republic of Poland relevant for your place of residence

 

  • I want to obtain a national visa (D) from another country belonging to the Schengen area:
    it is necessary to  apply to the appropriate consul of the member country

 

  • I want to obtain a Schengen visa (C):
    it is necessary to apply to the appropriate consul of the country belonging to the Schengen Area

 

HOW LONG CAN I STAY IN POLAND?

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen area:
    90 days from the moment of entry into the Schengen Area

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen area, with the right to enter Poland under a visa-free regime:
    90 days from the moment of entry to the Schengen Area

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen Area and I have a Polish national visa (D):
    the length of stay is determined individually for each national visa → be aware of the period of validity of the visa and the number of days allowed to be used for a stay in Poland

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen Area and I have a national visa for a country belonging to the Schengen Area (D):
    90 days from the moment of entry into the Schengen Area, unless the period of validity of the visa or the number of days to be used for the stay is shorter → note the period of validity of the visa and the number of days allowed to be used

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen Area and I have a Schengen visa (C):
    90 days from the moment of entry into the Schengen Area

 

  • I am a citizen of a country outside the Schengen Area and I have a residency permit issued by the Schengen Area.
    Foreigners are entitled to move within the territory of other Schengen Member States (including Poland) for a period not exceeding 90 days during each 180-day period

 

  • I am a citizen of the European Union ;
    EU citizens and their family members who are not EU citizens may stay in Poland for up to three months. If the stay within the territory of the Republic of Poland lasts longer than 3 months, an EU citizen and a member of his family who have EU citizenship are required to register their stay and a family member who is not an EU citizen is required to obtain a residency card for a member of an  EU citizen’s family