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Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country in East-Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative provinces covering an area of 313,931 km². Poland has a population of over 38 million and is the fifth-most populous member state of the European Union.

Poland Business Residence Visa 

Life in Poland has undergone a significant transformation since the early 1990s, primarily for the better. As a result of Poland’s EU membership in 2004, the economy received billions of Euros in investment, which affected both individual incomes and the country’s overall prosperity. Many immigrants from neighboring countries like Ukraine, were drawn to the country for its stability, fast economic growth, and quality living conditions.


Unlike other European countries, the only way to obtain a residence permit in Poland is by investing in registering a company. This will enable the resident to settle in Poland and travel freely in the European countries.

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Prepare the company's memorandum of association.

Payment of sworn translator fees.

Issuing a license from Tax department, Issuing a license from Statistics department.

Prepare a power of attorney

Preparing the necessary forms to submit the application for the Commercial Registration.

Payment of fees for authenticating signatures of board members.

Payment of Notary Public fees

Payment of Commercial Registration Fees.

Assisting in opening bank account.

Advantages & benefits of Poland Residence Permit

  • Commercial Registration is valid forever, no need for renewals.

  • There’s no minimum investment required.

  • No obligation to settle in Poland.

  • Poland has an effective system of higher education, an extensive network of public transport, and quality health care.

  • Resident can benefit from free medical care and student-free education – up to high school.

  • The resident can open any legal business, with no restrictions.

  • After five years, the resident will receive permanent residence and then can apply for citizenship.

  • Freedom of mobility in the Schengen Area. 

  • The cost of living and rental prices are reasonable.

  • Poles are very open, sociable, and friendly.

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