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Visa & Passport Requirements for Poland

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Poland is a signatory to the Schengen Agreement.

Border restrictions are usually not required between nations that have signed and implemented the pact. This covers the majority of the European Union as well as a few additional nations.

Before boarding foreign planes or boats, passengers’ identities are typically checked. Temporary border restrictions are sometimes used at land boundaries.
A visa issued to any Schengen member is also valid in all other countries that have signed and implemented the treaty.

In addition to the standard Schengen visa waiver, residents of South Korea, the United States of America, and Israel are allowed to stay in Poland without a visa for up to 90 days, regardless of time spent in other Schengen countries. Time spent in Poland, on the other hand, counts against the time provided by another Schengen state.

Regular visas are granted to tourists and business visitors visiting Poland. Regular visas allow for one or more entry into Polish territory and remain in Poland for a maximum of 90 days and are granted for a certain length of time. When applying for a visa, please provide the number of days you want to stay in Poland as well as the day you intend to arrive. Regular visa holders are not permitted to work.

If you have a Schengen or UK visa, you don’t need a second visa to transit through Poland.

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