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Employment Visa

Polish Employment Visa falls under the D-Type visa category. For employment in Poland as a foreigner, you will need to apply for a National Visa to Poland which will allow you to stay in Poland for more than 90 days. This national visa permits you to enter the territory of the Republic of Poland and to stay continuously or for several successive times in this territory for a total duration of more than 90 days during the period of validity of the visa, but not longer than one year. The validity of a national visa cannot exceed one year. A D-type national visa also permits to travel in the territory of other Schengen Area Member States for up to 90 days during a 180-day period, during the validity period of the visa. The permitted length of stay with a D-type visa is determined each time in the issued visa.


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 Employment Visa

  • Free travel between the 26 Schengen Countries
  • Work, learn, and develop working skills in foreign soil
  • Learn foreign culture
  • Make global friends

What documents are needed when applying for an Employment visa?

  • A travel document (passport document);
  • Copy of the pages with Polish/Schengen visas, if issued
  • 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, and covering all expenses that may arise in connection with the need to return for medical reasons, a medical emergency, urgent hospitalization or death, or medical insurance within the meaning of Polish regulations on health care benefits financed out of public funds;
  • Original and valid work permit and its copy.
  • Proof of registration of the employing company.
  • Original employment letter from the applicant’s employer in Poland
  • Letter of Accommodation
  • Flight Itinerary (Reservation Only)
  • Supporting documents:
    • A document confirming the purpose of travel and conditions of stay;
    • 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 that permits to assess that the applicant will leave the territory of the Republic of Poland before the visa expires;
    • Other documents that confirm other circumstances referred to in the visa application.


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

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