Alerts

Obsługa bezpośrednia od 16.11 do 20.11 - wizyty wcześniej anulowane

15.11.2020

Please be informed, that customers with online reservations for visits - both in Poznań and in the branch offices - between 2th of November 2020 to 6th of November 2020 that had been canceled due to the temporary suspension of direct customer service at the Department of Foreigners, are rescheduled to visit the office from the 16th of November 2020 till the 20th of November 2020.  New dates of the visits are as follows:

Customer service resumed

09.11.2020

We are pleased to announce, that from November 9, 2020, on our Depertament resumed direct customer service in the field of necessary interviews, collection of residence cards, submission of applications for legalization of stay and submission of fingerprints:

Restrictions on the functioning of The Office of Wielkopolska Province in Poznań

06.11.2020

ANNOUNCEMENT
DIRECTOR-GENERAL
OF THE WIELKOPOLSKA PROVINCE OFFICE IN POZNAN
ON THE INTRODUCTION OF OPERATING RESTRICTIONS
THE WIELKOPOLSKA PROVINCE OFFICE IN POZNAN

BREXIT - stay of UK citizens after the transition period

23.10.2020

On 1 February 2020, Great Britain left the European Union. According to the EU withdrawal agreement, the so-called transitional period applies. It means that among others the rules for crossing the border and stay of the UK citizens and their family members in Poland will remain unchanged.

Financial assistance for the holders of the Pole's card - reinstatement of processing of applications made from 18.01.2020 to 31.01.2020

31.08.2020

The Minister of the Interior and Administration reinstated processing of applications for financial assistance for the holders of the Pole's card settling in Poland, which were made in the period from 18 January 2020 to 31 January 2020.

The content of the announcement can be found under the link:

https://www.gov.pl/web/mswia/informacja-ministra-spraw-wewnetrznych-i-ad...(link is external)

Coronavirus epidemic - latest UDSC announcements

24.05.2020

The website of the Head of the Office for Foreigners provides up-to-date information on legal changes concerning administrative proceedings in foreigners' cases:

Restoration of time limits in administrative and judicial proceedings

Residence of EU/EEA/Switzerland citizens and the coronavirus outbreak (update)

Partial resumption of service - Department for Foreigners

22.05.2020

Since 25 May 2020, in the Department for Foreigners of the Wielkopolska Province Office in Poznań and in the Delegations we are resuming subsequent areas of direct customer service. We partially reinstate the possibility of making appointments via the internet, we resume, to a limited extent, conducting hearings, reviewing case files and the option of filing clamis and complaints.

Direct customer service with regard to:

Resumption of administrative deadlines

20.05.2020

THE GOVERNOR OF THE WIELKOPOLSKA PROVINCE

announces,

that the procedural and judicial deadlines for judicial, including judicial, administrative jurisdictional and administrative proceedings, which, during a state of emergency or epidemic declared due to COVID-19, have not started or have been suspended, shall start or continue to run from 24 May 2020.

New regulations relating to changes in the working conditions of foreigners due to the COVID-19

19.05.2020

On 16.05.2020 further changes in the law came into force, among others, concerning the changes in working conditions of foreigners due to COVID-19.

The regulations allow foreigners to perform work under conditions other than those specified in the following:

Special legal solutions for foreigners during an epidemic - UPDATED

18.05.2020

On 31 March 2020, the Act on the so-called anti-crisis shield was published in the Journal of Laws of 31.03.2020 under item 568, providing, among others, for special solutions for foreigners in Poland due to the prevailing coronavirus epidemic.

The provisions are aimed at regulating the legal situation in which foreigners could find themselves due to the current epidemiological situation in our country.

Below we present key assumptions of the Act on legalisation of stay and work of foreigners:

 

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