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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • 08.05.2018

     

    The Embassy of Poland in New Delhi kindly informs about starting a temporary system of national visa application registration in order to apply for a Polish national visa for work. The new system will be launched on 17th of May and it will allow to arrange application submission in the consular office of the Embassy of Poland in New Delhi.

     

    Starting from 17th of May 2018 a new e-mail address (nd.rg.work@msz.gov.pl), which may be used only for accepting requests from persons wishing to apply for a national visa  in order to work in Poland will be operating. Requests will be accepted every Thursday between 9am and 2pm (Indian time). Any other type of correspondence sent to this e-mail address will not be answered.

     

    Applicants willing to apply for a national visa (work) should send an e-mail from their own e-mail address to nd.rg.work@msz.gov.pl on a Thursday between 9am and 2pm (Indian time) with the following information:

    1. name and surname,

    2. passport number,

    3. nationality,

    4. work permit number,

    5. mobile/land line contact numer.

     

    It is obligatory to attach to the e-mail scanned copies of the first passport page and work permit. 

     

    From 17th May 2018 onwards, every Thursday the first 250 persons who send their request for registration along with all necessary data, next day will obtain a personal date and time for document submission in the Consular Office of the Embassy of Poland in New Delhi for the following week. Acceptance of the request will be confirmed by a return e-mail from the Consular Office with an instruction on a further procedure (“fill-in form” in the e-konsulat).

     

    Applicants who don’t receive a return e-mail from the consular office will be able to use the new registration system the following week.

     

    Regular registration for visa applications will be still available on regular basis through e-konsulat system.

     

     

    19.04.2018

     

    Important notice: please be informed that from 19th of April 2018 the consular fees have changed. You can check the fees here.

     

    07.03.2018

     

    Important notice: please be informed that from 12th of March 2018 onwards in case of National visa applications for study and work passport collection may be done only personally by the applicant.

     

    10.04.2017

     

    The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union have tightened the Schengen Borders Code regulations on external border crossings. Effective 7 April, all persons crossing an external border will undergo thorough checks.

     

    The change of Schengen Borders Code regulations imposes an obligation on all EU Member States to carry out thorough checks of every person who enters or leaves the Schengen area. The Schengen Borders Code was amended in response to the terrorist threat that continues to exist in Europe.

     

    Until now, persons who enjoyed the right to free movement pursuant to EU law, i.e. Polish citizens, among others, underwent the so-called minimum check. Starting Friday, 7 April, everyone who crosses an external border at any of the border crossings, both road, sea and airport crossing points, will be subject to thorough checks. The tightened regulations mean that, in addition to identity and citizenship checks run on the person crossing a Schengen border as well as verification of the authenticity and validity of a travel document authorising its holder to cross the border, every traveller will be checked in domestic and European databases to see that he or she is not considered a threat to public policy, internal security, public health or international relations of any of the EU Member States.

     

    The tightened regulations will affect the duration of border checks at border crossing points in Poland (in the case of borders with non-Schengen countries) and can make them last longer. In order to reduce the negative consequences of the new regulations, the situation will be monitored on an ongoing basis by the Polish Border Guard and adequate measures will be taken depending on the intensity of border traffic and the travellers’ waiting time for border checks.

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