Legalisation of stay in Poland – informational meetings for Students and PhD Students



Between JUWenalia, Cultural Hot Spot and the exam session, don’t forget to take care of more down-to-earth matters like legalisation of stay. Special COVID-19 regulations introduced in March 2020, that were extending time to apply for a temporary residence permit are slowly coming to an end.

We all know that the subject of legalisation of stay in Poland might seem extremely complicated in the beginning! That’s why Welcome Point would like to invite all international students and PhD Students for two informational meetings on legal issues concerning residence in Poland.

The meeting will be led by a specialist Dr Łukasz Wieczorek, Dean’s Representative for Legalisation of Stay, Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw.

This May edition will be held in person, on the Main Campus of the UW.

  • Meeting conducted in Polish:  Monday 22nd May 2023, 10 am. – 12 pm.
  • Meeting conducted in English: Thursday 25nd May 2023, 10 am. – 12 pm.

The programme of both meetings includes:

  • Legalisation of residence in Poland (visa, temporary and permanent residence permit);
  • Procedure of application for a residence permit;
  • Polish descent and Card of the Pole holders’ rights;
  • Special solutions for foreigners caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic;

The meetings are specifically dedicated to students from non-EU countries.

To register for a meeting in Polish, click here. The application deadline is Wednesday 17th May, 11.00 am

To register for a meeting in English, click here.The application deadline is Sunday 21st May, 11.00 pm

If you have any questions, please write to: