WHY WORK IN POLAND?
Non-EU residents require a work permit to work in Poland, while PRs do not.
Poland offers many benefits to job seekers, such as
High Average Salaries,
Excellent Medical Facilities
Numerous Paid Leaves.
There are different types of work visas available for non-EU citizens, such as Work Permit (Type A), Work Permit (Type B), Work Permit (Type C or E), Business Visa (Schengen Visa C or D), and Freelance or Entrepreneur Visa (Temporary Residence Card).
Work Permit (Type A):-
Indians who work for a Polish employer, are sent by a foreign employer, or will hold a position on the management board in Poland can apply under Work Permit (Type A).
Work Permit (Type B):-
Foreign nationals who will work as a board member, in an organization, or manage a limited or a limited joint-stock partnership as a general partner or have proxy rights, in a legal entity or a limited company are eligible.
Work Permit (Type C or E) :-
Is for individuals who work under a foreign employer and have been sent to work in Poland at one of the employer’s offices.
WORK VISA APPLICATION PROCESS
To apply for a work visa in Poland,
Applicants need a Polish employer to complete the procedure for the work permit on their behalf.
A labor market test is conducted in the process by the employer, the application process and issuing the work permit.
Other obligations are also to be completed by the applicants and inform the respective authorities of any changes in the job duty.
A freelancer considering to set up a business in Poland can apply for a special freelance or entrepreneur visa.
In conclusion, Non-EU residents can find himself with many job opportunities in Poland, including Indians, who can apply for a work visa if they meet the eligibility criteria. To ensure a smooth application process let Advision Overseas be your guide and help you secure jobs in Europe.