Studying abroad has plenty of advantages, we all know this. But at the same time young people visiting foreign country find themselves facing completely different challanges than those they are used to at home. One of the biggest challanges is legalization of stay.
Questions and doubts in this matter are countless:
- do you need to legalize your stay in Poland at all?
- what is the difference between registration of stay and legalizing it?
- what is more suitable for you: visa or temporary residence card?
- where exactly can you legalize your stay?
- what kind of documents will you need?
- how long will the whole procedure last?
The subject of legalization of stay in Poland might seem extremely complicated for every newcomer. That is why Welcome Point prepared special event for all international students at the UW – meeting on legalization of stay in Poland.
Meeting in Polish will take place on December 13 (Thursday), meeting in English – on December 14 (Friday). Both meetings will be held from 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm in Ballroom Hall in Tyszkiewicz Palace on main campus (32 Krakowskie Przedmieście St.).
You can register here: meeting in English and meeting in Polish until December 7, noon.