WORK PERMIT

Regulation of the Minister of Labour and Social Policy of 29 January 2009 on issue of work permit for a foreigner (Dz.U. [Journal of Laws] of 2009 No. 16 Item 84) defines 5 types of permits for foreigners for work in the Republic of Poland (type A, type B, type C, type D, type E).

Work permit is required (Art. 88 of the Act on promoting employment and labour market institutions), if a foreigner:

  • performs work in the Republic of Poland pursuant to a contract with an employer whose registered office, place of residence, branch, facility or other form of business is located in the Republic of Poland (type A),
  • stays in the Republic of Poland for a period the total length of which exceeds 6 months in 12 consecutive months for the reason of performing a function in the management board of a legal person which has been entered into the register of entrepreneurs or which is a company in organisation (type B),
  • performs work for a foreign employer and is delegated for a period exceeding 30 days in a calendar year to a foreign entity’s branch or facility located in the Republic of Poland, its subsidiary or affiliate bound with such foreign entity by a long-term cooperation contract (type C),
  • performs work for a foreign employer without a branch, facility or other form of business in the Republic of Poland and is delegated to the Republic of Poland for the purpose of execution of a service of temporary and casual nature (export service) (type D),
  • performs work for a foreign employer and is delegated to the Republic of Poland for a period exceeding 3 months within the next 6 months for the purpose other than that indicated in points 2-4 (type E).

source of information: Mazowiecki Voivodship Office

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