Not every business requires an office. A lot of them can easily operate without it. But can you register a business if you don’t have a location for it?
Limited liability company (spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością or sp. z o.o. in short) is the most popular kind kind of company in Poland. It is also a company available to most foreigners. Are there any requirements you have to meet to register and run this type of company?
According to some information found in official announcements, all residence permit proceedings conducted in the Voivodeship Offices have no legal deadlines to issue permits. But is that really the case?
Blue Card is a residence permit that can be acquired by foreigners who perform work that requires high qualifications. But what should you do in case of having your contract terminated? How long can you stay in Poland without work?
A recent change in legal provisions regarding the language requirements for long term EU residence permit opens a lot of new possibilities for foreigners in Poland. So far many of them were not able to apply due to not being able to pass the language exam.
Requirements that must be fulfilled in order to get a Blue Card in Poland change every year, due to changes in gross average salary in Poland.
Registering a limited liability in Poland may be a very different experience, depending on the type of proceeding you start. This is a simplyfied step-by-step description of the two ways of registering a company.
When registering a company in Poland, usually two main factors are of the essence: cost and time. Registering a limited liability company (i.e. spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością or in short sp. z o.o.) takes different amount of money and time, depending on the type of procedure you choose.
Starting from November 24, 2022, citizens of Ukraine and their family members who received a PESEL UKR number can obtain a temporary residence permit in Poland in a special procedure.
Whether your decision to propose brings big changes in your life or you simply wanted to cement your de facto relationship with a loved one, when it comes to marriage, there is always legal paperwork to take care of.