Tourism or Work visa
Poland Visa for Non-US Citizens
A Poland visa may be required for individuals who wish to enter Poland for any purpose, including tourism, business, work, study, or family visits. It is necessary to obtain a visa in advance of travel in order to be allowed to enter Poland.
From 1 day to 30 days after your request to us
Must have valid U.S. visa or a permanent resident
Prepare papers and make an appointments
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To help determine the appropriate type of visa and ensure the longest possible validity period based on your visa history, we request that you provide your some details to our travel manager
We will schedule you to submit your prepared documents to the visa application center or embassy and notify you via instant messenger or phone when you have been signed up for submission and your documents are ready.
After paying for our services, you get the finished package of documents via email and go to apply your documents in visa center or embassy. After 7-14 days, you can either pick up your passport with the ready visa from the visa center or embassy in person or have it delivered to you via courier.
Frequently asked questions
Consular section of the Polish Embassy in Washington DC
This consular district includes: Alabama, DC, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, the US Virgin Islands and other US overseas territories, as well as Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.
Consulate General in Chicago
This consular district includes: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin.
Consulate General in Houston
This consular district includes: Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas.
Consulate General in Los Angeles
This consular district includes: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming.
Consulate General in New York
This consular district includes: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont.
You can apply at the consulate during business hours.
The Consular Section and the Polish Diaspora Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington DC and the Consulates General of the Republic of Poland in Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston and New York inform that consular fees are accepted only in cash, payment by card, money order or cashier’s check
1. Filled in the e-consulate system, printed and signed visa application form;
2. Color photograph measuring 3.5 x 4.5 cm. The photo must be:
a) sharp, made on a white background and printed on quality paper,
b) not older than 6 months,
c) -80% photo. For photography, you must remove your headgear.
3. Passport issued within the last 10 years, valid for at least 3 months from the date of planned return, with at least 2 blank visa pages.
4. A copy of the passport page with your personal details and photo.
6. A copy of an identity document confirming legal residence in the consular district of the post where you are applying for a visa.
7. Confirmation of the availability of financial resources in the form prescribed by the institution.
8. A document confirming accommodation (for example, an official invitation or hotel reservation).
9. Documents confirming the purpose of stay in the territory of the Republic of Poland.
In addition, when applying for a visa for minors, please provide:
Written, notarized consent of the parent/parents to apply for a visa. If there is only one guardian, this must be supported by a birth certificate, a court decision granting sole parental rights, or the other parent’s death certificate;
Passports of parents – original and copy;
Birth certificate – original and copy.
If the child is entered in the passport of the parent or legal representative, submit a separate application for a visa. The visa will be affixed to the parent’s or legal guardian’s passport.
Acceptance and consideration of an application for a national visa – $78
Can I travel to other EU countries with a Polish visa-D?
Yes, but not more than 90 days during each 180-day period, which is counted from the date of entry into the territory of the countries of the agreement. We also recommend that you study the rules for entering countries in a pandemic before your planned trip.
Gives the right to:
stay on the territory of Poland during the period of stay and the validity period for which the visa was issued;
for movement on the territory of the other states of the Schengen zone, limited in time to 3 months during the half-year;
In accordance with Regulation EC No 265/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council amending the Executive Schengen Convention and Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 concerning the movement of persons holding long-term visas:
D visas give the right to travel through the Schengen area for three months in each half–year – similar to stay visas.
EU member States can issue D visas with a maximum validity period of one year.
It is allowed to use both black-and-white and color full-face photos.
The total size of the photo for a visa to Poland is 3.5 x 4.5 cm
The relevance of the photo for a Schengen or national visa must be at least 6 months.
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