Residence permit for a long-term resident of the EU

Dodano: 15.04.2020

After 5 years of uninterrupted stay in Poland, you can apply for a permit of indefinite duration - the residence permit of a long-term EU resident. Details of the procedure and conditions for granting the permit can be found HERE.

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Dodano: 12.02.2020

If the child was born within the period of validity of the temporary residence permit, which the parent had before obtaining the long-term resident's residence permit or was born after the parent obtained the long-term resident's residence permit, then apply for permanent residence for the child. If the child was born before the parent received the temporary residence permit and the resident's residence permit, submit an application for temporary residence for the child.

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Dodano: 12.02.2020

No. Before your residence card expires, apply for a change of residence card. The residence permit for a long-term resident of the EU is not time limited.

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Dodano: 12.02.2020

Yes, apply for stamp duty refund to the President of the City of Poznan. You can also submit the application together with a request for discontinuance of the proceedings, then we will send it to the City Hall in Poznań. 

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Dodano: 12.02.2020

No. This income will not be taken into account even if it has been taxed and the employer has paid health insurance contributions. During the examination of your application we will check whether you have worked legally for the last 3 years.

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Dodano: 12.02.2020

No. A stable and regular source of income is one that repeats at regular intervals, e.g. remuneration for work.

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Dodano: 12.02.2020
  • You must demonstrate that you have a stable regular income for the three years immediately preceding your application, or two years, if you are in Poland on the basis of a Blue Card.

  • Remember that as of the date of issuing the decision on the long-term resident's residence in the EU, you must also prove that you have such income.

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Dodano: 12.02.2020

If you document that your stays outside of Poland were related to:

  • performing professional duties for a Polish employer (delegations) or accompanying a spouse or a parent in such trips, or
  • a special personal situation requiring going outside the territory of Poland, if it did not last longer than 6 months, e.g. treatment, or
  • taking part in internships, classes conducted during the course of studies at a Polish university,

then despite exceeding the period when you could stay outside Poland, it will not be an obstacle to granting a permit.

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