WHY LEGALIZATION WITH AVALON?
SPECIALIZED LEGALIZATION DEPARTMENT
We have a dedicated team of experts handling the legalization process. This ensures comprehensive support at every stage.
We understand that every situation is unique. Our approach is fully personalized tailored to your needs and circumstances.
EXPERIENCE AND TRUST
We are partners with the biggest courier and taxi applications. Our market experience and the trust we have gained ensures professional service.
HELP IN OBTAINING A RESIDENCE CARD
We’re here to help. As part of our services not only do we assist in the legalization process but we also support you in obtaining a residence card allowing you to freely continue working and living in Poland without unnecessary obstacles.
ISSUING WORK INVITATIONS
Our offer also includes the provision of work invitations which can significantly facilitate your legalization and enable you to legally take up employment in Poland. We are ready to support you at every stage of this process.
WHY CHOOSE US?
SPEED AND EFFICIENCY
Thanks to our experience and understanding of administrative processes we can accelerate the entire legalization process saving your valuable time.
Help in preparing documents is essential. Our experts will advise you on the necessary documents and help you prepare them correctly.
KNOWLEDGE OF REGULATIONSWe keep up with current changes in regulations concerning the legalization of foreign workers. This ensures your process will be in compliance with the prevailing norms.
I ENTERED POLAND UNDER VISA-FREE MOVEMENT, CAN I WORK?
Yes, after obtaining an additional work permit.
I’M A STUDENT IN POLAND, CAN I WORK?
Yes, full-time students can take up employment without the need to obtain a work permit during the validity of their residence document (e.g., visa or residence card). Part-time students must have a work permit or a declaration of intent to entrust work.
MY VISA OR VISA-FREE STAY IS EXPIRING, HOW CAN I EXTEND MY LEGAL STAY IN POLAND?
You can apply for a residence permit but no later than the last day of your legal stay.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO ISSUE A PERMIT?
The waiting time depends on the number of applications received by the office and whether a complete set of required documents has been submitted. Work permits are issued as quickly as possible.
I AM A CITIZEN OF ARMENIA, BELARUS, GEORGIA, MOLDOVA, OR UKRAINE, WHAT WORK PERMIT APPLIES TO ME?
The declaration of entrusting work to a foreigner is issued for a period of up to 2 years. The Notification of entrusting work to a Ukrainian citizen also applies to citizens of Ukraine.
DO I NEED TO APPLY FOR A WORK PERMIT MYSELF?
No, we’ll do it for you.
I WANT TO APPLY FOR A TEMPORARY RESIDENCE AND WORK PERMIT, CAN I GET THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS?
Yes, we will prepare for you Appendix No. 1, information from the district leader, social security documents (ZUS), etc.
WHAT DOCUMENTS WILL YOU NEED?
During the legalization process, you will need to provide various documents depending on your situation.
Here’s a list of essential documents:
1. Foreign passport
- All pages with annotations.
- If you have two passports – all pages with annotations from both passports.
- In the case of missing or blank travel document for a Ukrainian citizen – PESEL in UKR.
2. Residence card + decision
- All pages of the card and decision.
- If you are waiting for a residence card – confirmation of application submission. This can be, for example, a stamp in the passport, a confirmation of the case status from the Voivodship Office or confirmation from the post.
3. Current student ID
- Student ID
- Confirmation from the university or a diploma of completion of full-time studies (from Poland and the EU).
4. Current school ID
And confirmation from the school or a diploma of completion of post-secondary schools (only Polish schools count).
Polish Card + visa, permanent stay/resident/with a Polish citizen, temporary/auxiliary protection, refugee status, stay for humanitarian reasons/tolerated, EU citizen:
- Document + decision – all pages.