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Long-term visa to Poland D for Russians – 2022

AnnaVanna ” 01 Jan 2018, 00:00

Obtaining a national visa to Poland D by yourself for Russian citizens.

  • What documents are needed for a visa to Poland D.
  • How to fill out an application form for a Polish D visa.
  • Financial guarantees for obtaining a Polish D visa.

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Re: Long-term visa to Poland D for Russians 2022

barixta55 ” 24 Jun 2022, 13:28

I’ll be crossing the land border in July and I’ll let you know what the border guards have to say. But this is the first time I heard about the possibility to go back from Russia to Poland with valid visa.

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Re: Long-term visa to Poland D for Russians 2022

joywitch07 ” 24 Jun 2022, 17:12

Good afternoon, can you please advise me, I don’t know what to do. I have a student D visa until October 1. I spent a month in Poland from February to March, then I took a leave of absence from university and returned to Russia. Now I am thinking, what should I do: go back now and apply for a visitor’s card? Is this even realistic? Or I risk overstaying my visa and being illegal? Or wait until February and re-apply for a visa (hoping that it will be restored)?

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rippli ” 24 Jun 2022, 17:36

Thank you) I am getting the hang of it…

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Re: Long-term visa to Poland D for Russians 2022

Wildfire ” 24 Jun 2022, 22:55

joywitch07 wrote (a) on 24 Jun 2022, 17:12: Good afternoon, please advise me, I don’t know what to do. I have a D student visa until October 1. I spent a month in Poland from February to March, then I took a leave of absence from university and returned to Russia. Now I am thinking, what should I do: go back now and apply for a visitor’s card? Is this even realistic? Or I risk overstaying my visa and being illegal? Or wait until February and reapply for a visa (hoping that the application will be restored)?

I will begin with the last question. We can only hope for a restoration of service if a number of conditions are met; I doubt that this will happen this year. So it makes no sense in my opinion to wait. But if you go back now, then there are two problems: 1) Crossing the border to Poland. Polish border guards will strictly look at the grounds for entry, there is a risk that they will not let you through. If you do not have documents, which confirm your studies at university, you do not need to try. If you have, then you need to explain why you went out, and then – why are you coming back now (until the end of the academy is still far away, as I understand it?). In this case, for them the argument “I’m going now, because in February they may not restore the issuance of visas” may not work. But in general, if you have a student card, then you can take a risk. 2) Application for the card. The documents for the card from Russian citizens are accepted. At the same time in Poland is a law that until the end of 2022 will not apply previous provisions on the timing of the case (in other words, if the law says “uzhond must issue a card for 2 months” in 2022 this rule does not apply, although the Poles before that weakly adhered to these terms). If you apply, but the card is not ready yet, your stay “on a stamp” will be legal even with an expired visa (but you can not travel to other Schengen countries). But the question is how many years you still have left to study at university. If more than a year, then it is realistic that the card will be given, if not, then technically there are no restrictions, but may refuse due to the fact that, say, a card to wait a year, and learn the same year – does not make sense.

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How to apply

Polish visa centers accept applications for short-term Schengen visas and long-term national visas by appointment.

Holders of a Polish Card can submit an application without an appointment.

IMPORTANT: When you visit a visa application center, please have your appointment confirmation letter printout with you.

Please take this information into consideration when planning your trip and visit the visa application center. An appointment limit applies. *Appointments are required in Moscow, Ekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Smolensk, Samara, Perm, Novorossiysk, Krasnodar, Ufa, Saratov and Voronezh.

If you have any questions about registration, please contact info.plmow@vfshelpline.com.

The accompanying persons, carrying out visa support, are not allowed in the Visa Application Center!

Polish Visa Application Procedure

Who can apply for a visa

All applicants for a Schengen visa to Poland must personally appear at the Visa Service Center to submit fingerprints. Re-submission of data – according to the principle – is after 59 months. The following categories of people are exempt from fingerprinting:

  • children under the age of 12;
  • Persons in whom it is physically impossible to submit fingerprints (e.g.: in case of amputation of phalanges or hands completely, immobility of hands or the whole body, etc.). These facts must be documented);
  • Heads of state or government, together with their accompanying spouses and members of an official delegation;
  • Monarchs and high-ranking members of the royal family.

If within 59 months after submitting biometric data you have changed your personal data (name, surname, patronymic, change of spelling in your new passport, etc.), you will have to re-submit fingerprints when applying for a Schengen visa to Poland.

A close relative (spouse/children/grandparents/grandchildren).

Filing for a close relative with proof of relationship (originals) is only allowed for those applicants who have already been fingerprinted for a Schengen visa. All other applicants have to apply in person only.

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Your close relative will need to bring the following documents:

  • Your internal Russian passport in the original;
  • Documents proving the kinship in the original.

These documents include: birth, marriage, divorce, and name change certificates. Marriage stamps and records of children in a passport are not proof of kinship. All certificates must be presented in the original or a notarized copy; copies of these documents are also required.

Attention! Starting from September 23rd, 2013 documents for national visa “D” type must be submitted only in person.

When applying for a visa the applicant’s passport must be valid for at least 3 months after the end of the stay in Poland and contain at least 2 blank pages for pasting the visa and placing the necessary stamps during the trip.

Schengen visa must be obtained at the Embassy/Consulate of the country which is the main purpose of the trip.

Attention: In case of travelling to more than one Schengen country, please apply at the Embassy/Consulate of the country where you will stay the most days. In case of equal number of days you have to apply at the Embassy/Consulate of the country which is the first point of entry.

PLEASE NOTE: INDIVIDUAL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY FOR A VISA!

In accordance with Russian Federal Law №152-FZ “On Personal Data” all applicants need to sign a “Consent to the Processing of Personal Data”.

The original of your passport is required when submitting documents!

VISA APPLICATION PROCESS
Step 1:

Before submitting your visa application, please be clear about your “purpose of travel.” We can offer assistance throughout the entire visa application process, but we are not authorized to advise or guide you in your choice of visa category. Since our work is primarily administrative in nature, we have no say on whether you will be granted a visa and how long it will take to process your visa application. These questions and decisions are entirely the prerogative of the Polish Consulate.

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Step 2:

Please visit the link “All about visas” to learn about the specifics of short-term and long-term visas to Poland

Step 3:

After submitting the documents, you need to pay the service fee for processing the documents at the Visa Center cashier’s desk. If you wish, you can also order additional services (SMS notification, passport courier delivery, photocopying of documents, photo services) at the Visa Center.

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