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Business Visa

Polish Business Visa is a Schengen business Visa falling under the C-Type visa category. The Schengen business visa allows you to travel to Poland and other European countries, but still, it does not give you the right to work or study. Polish Business Visa is designed for those who plan a business visit to the country with the aim of establishing business contacts, develop cooperation with Polish companies, solving issues related to joint business, participating in business conferences and negotiations with foreign partners.

The visas can be issued either as single, double, or multiple entry visas. The double or multiple entry visas can only be granted for frequent travelers (for example businessmen with previous Schengen visas).

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Advantages of the Business Visa

  • Free travel between the 26 Schengen Countries
  • Simplified Submission Procedure
  • Fast Processing
  • Possible Extension

What documents are needed when applying for a business visa?

  • A travel document (passport document) which:
    • is valid for at least three months after the planned date for leaving the Schengen Area or, in the event of multiple visits, after the planned date for the last leave of the Schengen Area,
    • contains at least two blank pages,
    • was issued during the last ten years;
  • A filled out and signed visa application;
  • A photograph;
  • Proof of visa payment;
  • Medical travel insurance whose coverage amounts to not less than EUR 30,000, valid throughout the Schengen Area, and covering all expenses that may arise in connection with the need to return for medical reasons, a medical emergency, urgent hospitalization or death;
  • Supporting documents:
    • A document confirming the purpose of travel;
    • A document confirming possession of adequate financial resources to cover the costs of living during the planned stay and to cover the costs of return to the country of origin or residence, or to cover the costs of transit to a third country, which will certainly give permission for entry, or documents confirming that the applicant can legally obtain such funds;
    • A document concerning accommodation or possession of financial resources to cover the costs of accommodation;
    • A document that permits to assess whether the applicant will leave the Schengen Area before the visa expires.

Supporting documents may be different depending on the country where a visa application is submitted.

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