Family

It is your husband or your wife.

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A person who according to the law is under the age of majority, i.e. is not yet entitled to exercise specific civil and political rights. In Poland it is every person under the age of 18.

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A formal request for entry and remain in Poland needs to be signed and submitted to the competent authorities on a valid application form. The form is specified by law. A current application form you will find on our website: files to download

An application submitted on not valid/current application form and/or not signed is considered as a formal error/formal deficiency.

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The Access to the labour market is an annotation to be found on the residence card if you are entitled to work in Poland or you are exempted from having a work permit. This annotation does not mean that you have full access to the Polish labour market. Your access may be limited, e.g. if you have received a temporary residence and work permit, you are allowed to work for a particular employer doing specific work, which is detailed in your decision

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A foreigner's family members are, i.e. your spouse that is your wife, your husband and a child under 18 years of age (minor). The other family members, e.g. your siblings or your parents, do not benefit from the status of a family member.

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It is an official document issued by a registry office that confirms the birth. If the document has been issued outside of Poland, you have to submit a certified translation.

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There are documents without which the initiation of the proceeding is not possible, for example: completed and signed application form, photographs, a valid travel document (passport) etc.

The procedure of the application formal assessment is an initial stage during which your application form is being verified. All the required documents are being checked to enable the procedure of legalization of your stay. This stage of your procedure is the initial stage.

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It is a document that confirms your relationship with a person, e.g. birth certificate, marriage certificate etc. In Poland, these documents are issued by a registry office. If the document has been issued outside of Poland, you have to submit a certified translation.

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It is an official document issued by a registry office that confirms the act of marriage. If you have married outside of Poland, you also have to submit a certified translation of your marriage certificate.

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