Foreigners who want to study in Poland must obtain a temporary residence permit. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, we inform:
- the Office for Foreigners is closed;
- the application for a residence card should be sent by registered mail.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Anar Ibrahimov, international law adviser at email@example.com and +48 22 457 23 69. You will receive support at every step. At Vistula Universities, we surround all our students with loving care.
Once the epidemic is under control and life is back on track, here’s what you should do to get a residence card in Poland.
- Start your studies and study well. You will have to provide the Immigration Office with a transcript of records in future.
- Find an official accommodation and sign a contract.
- Book an appointment on the website kolejka-wsc.mazowieckie.pl not earlier than 4 months before your visa expiration date.
- Prepare your documents:
- 2 application forms;
- 4 photos (3,5×4,5 mm);
- 2 copies of all marked passport pages;
- documents from the Dean’s office (just tell them you need it for a residence permit);
- polish health insurance for 30 000 EUR;
- bank statement for at least 35 000 PLN;
- house contract.
- Come to room 108 and let the International Law Advisor check your documents. You may also get some advice regarding insurance and bank statement.
- Submit your application on Marszałkowska str. 3/5.
- Wait for a decision for 3-5 months.
- If You get a positive decision – go and take your card! If you get a negative decision, visit the International Law Advisor and make an appeal letter.
NOTE! The negative decision is not the end of the World, you will not be forced to go back to your country. Just ask us, we will tell you what you can do.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE INTERNATIONAL LAW ADVISOR ON E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org OR PHONE +48 22 457 23 69.
Office hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 14:00 – 16:00.
Attention. Office hours are held in room 108. Due to the epidemiological situation and the prevailing pandemic, students, who have not made an appointment in advance, will not be accepted and served.