Registration of address

In Poland there is an obligation, for both Poles and foreigners, to have their address here registered if their stay exceeds 14 days period. We call it ZAMELDOWANIE.  In order to fulfill that obligation you have to visit district office (pol. urząd dzielnicy) competent for your place of residence with:

EU citizenNon-EU citizen
rental agreementrental agreement
ID from home countrypassport
visa or residence card

At the office you will have to fill in and submit an application form and receive confirmation of your registration. Remember that if your stay exceeds 14 days but is shorter than 30 days you only need to register your stay verbally.

If you do not have a PESEL number and you are registering your stay for more than 30 days, district office should give you one. Click here in order to learn more about PESEL.

Below you can find the list of all district offices in Warsaw:

Bemowo districtul. Powstańców Śląskich 70
Białołęka districtul. Modlińska 197
Bielany districtul. Stefana Żeromskiego 29
Mokotów districtul. Rakowiecka 25/27
Ochota districtul. Grójecka 17a
Praga-Południe districtul. Grochowska 274
Praga-Północ districtul. Księdza Ignacego Kłopotowskiego 15
Rembertów districtal. gen. Antoniego Chruściela 26
Śródmieście districtul. Nowogrodzka 43
Targówek districtLudwika Kondratowicza 20
Ursus districtplac Czerwca 1976 Roku 1
Ursynów districtal. Komisji Edukacji Narodowej 61
Wawer districtul. Żegańska 1
Wesoła districtul. 1 Praskiego Pułku 33
Wilanów districtul. Franciszka Klimczaka 2
Wola districtal. “Solidarności” 90
Włochy districtal. Krakowska 257
Żoliborz districtul. Słowackiego 6/8