Poland is a growing nation located in central Europe, ranked by a global perceptions-based survey as the 2nd best country in the world in which to start a career. Seize the chance to live and work in a fascinating country rich in culture and with unrestrained travel through the Schengen treaty area, made up of 26 European countries.
With a population of 38 million, Poland has a developed market and one of the most dynamic economies in the world, with the 6th largest economy by GDP and the purchasing power parity (PPP) in the European Union of $32,005.
Establishing a company is the quickest way for individuals who have the financial resources to create business in this country. For business immigrants, Poland is fruitful largely due to its prime location bordering both of the EU member states and Eastern European countries. The proximity of both selling markets promotes the export of goods.
Once a company is created, business owners will receive a temporary resident card (TRC) for themselves and their families to live and work there. The TRC enables travel through Poland and the Schengen zone countries with minimum restrictions.
As registered immigration consultants, we can assist in acquiring a TRC and can later assist in converting it to a Permanent Residence Card, and later, filing for a Polish passport. Clients will obtain ownership of an aged, ready-made company located in the business-oriented city of Poznan, Greater Poland Voivodeship.
- Provide a ready-made company aged 2-3 years, without turnover
- Purchasing act in Notary and tax and statistics of the company
- Assist in opening a corporate bank account in Poland
- Set up a virtual office
- Offer organization services
- Create a company logo
- Offer tax and business consultation
- No language barrier
- The job market is increasingly attractive to multilinguals. Worry less about moving abroad, as many Polish people speak English as their second language.
- Low cost of living
- Poland is a relatively inexpensive place to live compared to other European countries. The cost of living is 40% lower than the UK. Individuals can live on an average of 700 Euros a month (rent, food, transportation), enabling them to save a portion of salary.
- Health-care benefits
- Poland’s health care operates on an all-inclusive insurance system and is delivered through a publicly funded health-care system called Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia (National Health Fund).
- Travel freely around Europe
- “Free Movement Directive” allows individuals to travel freely around all EU countries along with Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
- Access to public education system
- Gaining citizenship enables individuals to attend schools and universities and access programs that can lead to the chance to study abroad.
- Secured Citizenship
- The rules regarding possession of more than one citizenship may differ depending on the first citizenship. In most cases, an individual’s current citizenship will not be affected upon becoming a Polish citizen. However, it is prudent to look into local laws before making this decision.