...permit in releation with business activity?
You can work in a different position in the company in which you perform the function on the management board, after obtaining a type A work permit.
Yes, you must demonstrate that you have a stable and regular source of income. A confirmation document may be: a resolution appointing a member of the management board, an agreement based on which you perform work as a member of the management board.
If you employ at least 2 Polish citizens or foreigners entitled to work in Poland, for the period of time minimum 1 year preceding the submission of the application, the company does not have to meet the other financial conditions, but you must have a stable and regular income.
If you submit an application for temporary residence and work permit, while being a partner in the company, the proceedings for temporary residence and work will not be initiated. However, if the information that you have shares in the company is disclosed after its initiation, the proceedings will be discontinued.
This is due to the provisions of the Law on Foreigners.
Prove that activities are carried out that will allow to meet the conditions in the future, i.e. by documenting investments, contracts and financial funds on the bank account.
Yes. The copy is not a proof. You can enclose a copy if you show the original for inspection, or a copy that has been confirmed by a notary public for compliance with the original; or if you act through an attorney-in-fact who is a legal advisor/solicitor, lawyer, patent attorney - copies certified by that representative.
If the company does not meet the income conditions and does not employ Polish citizens/foreigners, you must prove that you have sufficient funds to meet these conditions in the future. It is worth submitting documents indicating that the company has funds for debts, salaries for employees and to cover investments, e.g. company account statement, company agreements concluded with contractors.
If the company does not meet the income conditions and you do not employ Polish citizens/foreigners, you must prove that you have sufficient funds to meet these conditions in the future. It is worth submitting documents indicating that the company/activity has sufficient resources to satisfy its receivables, has funds for salaries for employees and to cover investments. It is best if the company has funds on the bank account corresponding to at least 12 times the average monthly salary in the region/province in which the business is located or you have a place of residence.