Fundusz Azylu, Migracji i Integracji (w skrócie FAMI) to mechanizm finansowy zastępujący Europejski Fundusz na rzecz Uchodźców, Europejski Fundusz na rzecz Integracji Obywateli Państw Trzecich oraz Europejski Fundusz Powrotów Imigrantów, funkcjonujące w ramach Programu ogólnego SOLID „Solidarność i zarządzanie przepływami migracyjnymi”.
A family member who is not an EU citizen retains the right of residence in the event of:
1) death of an EU citizen meeting the conditions of stay for more than 3 months, if he/she stayed with him/her on the territory of the Republic of Poland for a period of at least one year before the death of the EU citizen;
2) divorce or annulment of marriage with an EU citizen residing in the territory of the Republic of Poland and meeting the conditions of stay exceeding 3 months, if:
Residence documents issued to the United Kingdom nationals and their family members until the end of the transition period will remain valid for the period for which they were issued, but no longer than until 31 December 2021.
Permanent residence permits (previously known as settlement permits) granted to the United Kingdom citizens under the Act on Foreigners also remain valid (indefinitely).
List of suggested documents for UK nationals to confirm that you meet the conditions of stay exceeding 3 months
If you are a worker, have a job offer or you are a self-employed person:
A definition of a citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (United Kingdom national) for European Community (EC) purposes was contained in a declaration made by the United Kingdom at the time of the United Kingdom's signature of the Treaty of Accession to the EC. This was replaced, with effect from 1 January 1983, by the current definition, which reads as follows: "As to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the term "UK nationals" is to be understood to refer to:
UK national who, before December 31, 2020, have worked or have carried out other business activity in Poland bot did not reside in Poland. If you have worked in Poland by 31 December 2020 and you have kept working in Poland after that date while living elsewhere you may be eligible for a registration certificate for a British frontier worker under the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement.
UK national or a family member of the UK national entitled to continue their stay in Poland under the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement. You are eligible, if before the end of the transition period, from 1 January 2021 you:
Document confirming the submission of the application, entitling, together with a valid travel document, to cross borders multiple times without the need to obtain a visa.
It is issued to a UK national and a family member of a UK national who:
1) by 31/12/2021, submitted an application for a new certificate of registration of residence, a new residence card, a new document confirming the right of permanent residence or a new permanent residence card,