Many foreigners who come to Poland do it for work. And, as often with legalization in Poland, foreigners will face the problem of legal difficulty. For foreigners who do not have a permanent residence permit, did not finish in-patient studies in Poland, or do not have a husband or wife with Polish citizenship or a permanent residence permit, it’s quite difficult to get a job in Poland legally. There are different types of work permits, and many foreigners are given false information about legal employment. In Poland, each type of work permit is tied to a specific employer. And if a foreigner wants to change his job, he must again obtain permits and re-submit documents. Getting a work permit is done long, as many do not correctly submit documents. Wherein, Without a work permit, a foreigner does not have the right to work. Also, the employer does not have the right to obstruct the employee on the “left” (for which the inspection of work in Poland will inflict a huge penalty). Specialists of APATRIS will help you correctly and legally obtain work permits, so that you and the employer are not afraid. Please contact us with any questions regarding employment in Poland.