Dear Wefugees,

I am hereby asking you about this question: There is a person holding a 3 years Temporary Residence Permit in Polan through family where he has been living.

He has been holding 1 year residence permit, that has been now extended to 3 years.

The question here is, Is he able to come, stay and work with that 3 years Temporary Residence Permit from Poland, and what are the requirements and criterias one has to have or follow open arrival here in Germany.

Looking forward to hearing back from you!

Best regards

Moro Yapha
asked Jul 28 in Legal advice by Moro

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1 Answer

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Hi @Moro,

A temporary permit does not give this person the right to live and work in Germany. This is only possible if the person has long-term residency. In Poland this is called: Pobyt rezydenta dugoterminowego – UE.

Otherwise, the person has to make a visa application with the German Embassy according to which type of residency they wish to have.

Here there is detailed information from the German Embassy in Warsaw about the documentation needed for each type of permit:

https://polen.diplo.de/pl-de/03-service/03-02-visainfo-en/visum-unterlagen/478862

Best,

Éanna

answered Jul 29 by mbeon-Éanna
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