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The Polish government has published a draft law to improve the application processes for temporary residence and work permits.
Under the draft law:
Additional information: More information on the proposed changes to residence and work permit processes can be found here. The Polish government has yet to announce when the aforementioned changes would be implemented.
BAL Analysis: If the law is finalized, foreign nationals would be able to get temporary residence or work permits with less difficulty due to the streamlined processes. BAL will continue to monitor these proposed amendments to the residence and work permits and will provide more information as it becomes available.
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