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About Poland

Polish is a central European nation. Poland is situated at a geographic intersection connecting the fertile plains of the Eurasian frontier with the Atlantic Ocean’s shipping channels and the forested regions of northwest Europe.

Poland’s minor monarchies and townships were conquered by several waves of invaders in the early Middle Ages, from Germans and Balts to Mongols.

Poland like the United States was the largest and conceivably most powerful country in Europe around the middle of the sixteenth century.

Why Poland is famous

  • Many of Poland’s lovely cities are planned with charming squares. Some feature thriving modern restaurants and historic towns with cobblestone streets, Gothic churches, and interesting architecture.
  • At least 500 castles can be found in Poland’s rural areas, including Moszna Castle, Wawel Royal Castle, Ksiaz Castle, and numerous others.
  • Poland is much more than the icy wasteland that some people imagine it to be. Poland contains lakes, mountains, beaches, and even a small amount of desert.
  • As a sombre reminder that the Holocaust and World War I were two of history’s darkest eras, the Auschwitz Birkenau Museum was built.

Procedure to apply for a Poland visa

  • Identifying the sort of visa you require and confirming your eligibility to apply for it are the first steps.
  • Then fill out the form by checking the type of visa required here.
  • After completing your visa application, you must make an appointment at a visa application center to have your fingerprints and photo taken. The term “biometric information” refers to this.
  • After submitting your application, you must pay the visa application fee. Payment may be made at the time of your appointment if you download the form, print it, and bring it to the visa application center.
  • Submit the application form

Types of Visa

1. Airport transit Schengen visa (A-Type)

  • If you intend to go through an international transit area at a Schengen airport with a passport from one of the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, and Sri Lanka.

2. The Uniform Schengen Visa (C-Type)

  • is valid in the Schengen Area and entitles the bearer to stay for up to 90 days during a 180-day period on the territory of all Schengen Area Member Countries.
  • enables its holder to stay in those countries’ territories for a maximum of 90 days throughout the course of a 180-day period and is valid in the territory of one or more Schengen Area Member States but not all of them.

Documents Required

  • The passport must be valid for at least three months after the scheduled departure date from the Schengen Area, or in the case of several visits, after the scheduled departure date for the last visit. It must contain at least two blank pages, that were┬áissued during the last ten years.
  • A filled-out and signed visa application
  • Photograph
  • Proof of visa payment
  • Medical travel insurance that is valid across the Schengen Area, has a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000 and covers any costs that might be associated with the need to return for medical reasons, a medical emergency, an urgent hospitalization, or death.
  • Supporting documents include possession of adequate financial resources and the purpose of travel.

3. D-type national visa

  • A D-type national visa allows holders to enter the Republic of Poland’s territory and remain there continuously or intermittently for a total of more than 90 days during the visa’s validity period, but no longer than one year.
  • A D-type national visa also enables travel within the borders of additional Schengen Area members for up to 90 days throughout the course of a 180-day period while the visa is still valid.
  • Every time a visa is given, the length of stay is specified.

Documents Required

  • The passport must be valid for at least three months after the scheduled departure date from the Schengen Area, or in the case of several visits, after the scheduled departure date for the last visit. It must contain at least two blank pages, that were┬áissued during the last ten years.
  • A filled-out and signed visa application
  • Photograph
  • Proof of visa payment
  • Medical travel insurance that is valid across the Schengen Area, has a minimum coverage of EUR 30,000 and covers any costs that might be associated with the need to return for medical reasons, a medical emergency, an urgent hospitalization, or death.
  • Supporting documents include possession of adequate financial resources and the purpose of travel.

What is the processing time?

  • A decision regarding the issuance of a visa is made within 14 working days of the application fee payment date.

What are the fees?

  • For a Single entry visa 489.37 PLN

Best place to visit Poland

1. Krakow

  • .Krakow, one of Poland’s oldest cities, was populated as early as the 7th century. Krakow’s Old Town core still sports its spectacular mediaeval architecture because the city avoided the majority of the WWII destruction that fell on other Polish cities.

Krakow

2. Tatra Mountains

  • Although Slovakia controls the majority of the mountain range, Poland and Slovakia are naturally divided by the Tatra Mountains and National Park. Since there are no longer any borders separating the EU’s member states, hiking between them is now simple.

Tatra Mountains

3. Wroclaw

  • Wroclaw hasn’t always been a Polish city; over the years, it has belonged to the Kingdom of Bohemia, Prussia, and even Germany. Wroclaw has only been formally a part of Poland since 1945 when the end of World War II altered several of Europe’s borderlines.

Wroclaw

4. Bieszczady Mountains

  • The Bieszczady Mountains are a vast range that reaches as far as Slovakia and Ukraine. Their polonyna, a type of mountain meadow that is only found in the Carpathians, makes them special.

Bieszczady Mountains

5. Ojcow

  • The entrance to Ojcow National Park is in the tiny settlement of Ojcow, which is located only 16 kilometers outside of Krakow. Ojcow, the smallest national park in Poland, is highly forested and has more than 400 caverns, two river basins, and towering limestone cliffs.

Ojcow


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20 thoughts on “Poland Visa | Documents required

  • Lovish khullar

    Hello
    My name is lovish khullar . I am from india. I am tourist in Baku (Azarbhaijan). I want to get poland tourist visa can you please tell me the process and what documents i need to show in embassy while getting visa. Thankyou

    Hoping for you earlier reply

  • Rishiram lamichhane

    Hlo sir good afternoon. Iam from nepal .I want to know how can I get poland work permit visa.now iam in saudi arabia.

  • Renat Bank Casenhiser

    dzien doby
    Chcialabym odnowic moj polski paszport. prosze mnie powaidomic kiedy bedzie konsul w Miami, ja mieszkam w Fort Lauderdale.
    Z gory serdecznie dziekuje za udzielenie mi informacji.
    z powazaniem
    Renata Bank-Casenhiser

  • Nina

    Hello

    I am citizen of Kazakhstan, but now I live in other country and want to go to Poland for working. Please inform me how much it is commission of National Visa? And how many day I have to wait it after entering in consular?
    I have one more question, Now I am in Georgia. I have health insurance of Georgian company, which is useful in Poland and I wonder I have to take new insurance for Visa D or no?

    Regards Nina

    • Nina

      Hello,
      could you tell me what kind of job invitation is necessary for D type visa of Kyrgyzstan citizens and for Kazakhstan citizens? It must be 180 days or 135 days?

      Regards
      Nina Lisenko

      • Shajar Abbas

        Dear can u let me please about medical fitness for azarbhaijan.
        I m from india.
        I want to come azarbhaijan, I have to medical report in india or both azarbhaijan.
        Company slect to me as a project engineer., and consultant told me that u have to do submit medical report.
        Plz whatsapp me +918010082777
        Please let me if u have knowledge about it.

  • Nina

    Hello,
    I have a question, Now I am in Georgia. I have already health insurance of Georgian company, which is useful in Poland. I am citizen of Kazakhstan and in order to enter at consulate in Astana for visa D, I wonder I have to take new insurance or no?

    Regards
    Nina Lisenko

  • Anjangha Christian Nkwain

    Hello I am a cameroonian . Forr a very long time , I’ve been trying to get a visa to study in poland, but there are always no available dates at the polish embassy in Nigeria, which is where I’m supposed to deposit my visa application form.I was wondering if there was another country that could accept my visa application. I’ll really be looking forward to hearing from you.

  • APOSTLE, PASTOR, RASHID ODHIAMBO AMOLLO.

    Dear, servants of the Poland Embassy in kenya Nairobi i do thank our good God for the good work you do for His people around the Global.
    Please i will be traveling to your country in the Month of March 2019.
    There some few questions i want ask from you, first how much money will i pay for my traveling Visa, second can you just tell me how can i get for the cost of a Guest room and bed breakfast..
    Please help me know from you all these, God bless you.
    APOSTLE, RASHID ODHIAMBO AMOLLO.
    KENYA.

  • Abdul Waheed

    I want to book my visit visa appointment in Islamabad, Pakistan. But could not found any appropriate guidelines and links to do so. Please reply. Your earliest reply will highly be appreciated.

  • Shwe Hla

    I would like to apply for Poland visa because I was selected as youth leader of Euroweek.Please guide me how to apply and which link is accessible online.

  • Saima Asad

    We have been trying to get appointment for Polish tourist visa but the portal that opens at 12 noon every Monday does not open. We have a wedding to attend so we made plans to visit Krakow on the 15th of Jan 2020. Ahmer Zaman Khan is my nephew getting married to Agata Zbijowska in Krakow. We have planned to visit Krakow and then Budapest. Our plan is for 13 days i.e. from 15th of Jan 2020 till 28th of Jan 2020. Our documents are ready as per your requirements. We are four in total (the parents and Uncle and Aunt).
    Kindly help us in this regards
    Thanks
    Saima Asad
    passport # AB1875823
    mobile: 03218402668

  • Hakeem Essibrah

    i am in Ghana but I will get married to Polish woman and she will come to Ghana ….what documents do I have to present to Poland embassy in Ghana ?