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If you are an employer with a registered office in a third country (outside the European Union, the European Economic Area and Switzerland) and you want to post your employees to work temporarily in Poland, you are surely wondering what the Polish legal regulations regarding the legality of foreigners' work look like. In this article, we will discuss the most important issues regarding this topic: what are the obligations of the employer when posting an employee from a third country to Poland, what work permit a foreigner should obtain, when a permit isn’t needed, and how much should the posted employee's remuneration be.
Today a lot of foreigners decide to get married in Poland. There are two official forms of marriage. The first form is a civil marriage which is solemnized within the framework of civil law in the civil registry office. The second form is a religious marriage. In this article we will look more closely at the procedure of contracting a civil marriage.
The declaration of entrusting work to a foreigner (hereinafter referred to as the declaration) allows the foreigner to work in Poland without the need to obtain a work permit. Due to the fact that the majority of foreigners in Poland are immigrants from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, the declaration is the most popular document issued to foreigners. Only citizens of six countries can receive this statement: Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, the Russian Federation or Ukraine.
From 1 July 2021 applications to the National Court Register may only be submitted electronically. The paper applications won’t have any legal effects. This means that when registering a new company, purchasing shares or making any other changes to the register, a member of the company's management board must have an electronic signature. Using the new portal for submitting applications to the National Court Register requires prior registration and authorization made with a qualified signature.
Economic Operators Registration and Identification (EORI) is a unique number used in the customs territory of the European Union and assigned to an entrepreneur or other person for registration for customs purposes. The EORI system, which entered into force on July 1, 2009, is designed to facilitate the work of the customs administration in the European Union. Thanks to this system, all necessary documents can be filled out electronically.