Poland Residency By Investment
Overview of Poland
Poland is a member of the European Union, Eurozone, and the Schengen Agreement, the United Nations, the OECD, and NATO. Poland’s economy is the sixth largest in the European Union and historically one of the fastest growing. After economic liberalization in the 1990s, the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded at roughly 3% each year The Polish passport is ranked as the 7th strongest passport in the world allowing visa-free access to over 160 countries including the UK, EU Schengen zone, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and many more. The Polish Residency Investor Program grants Residency and Freedom within the European Schengen zone and Investor access to all EU member state countries. This, in turn, grants European Permanent Residency after 5 years of being a legal Temporary Resident in Poland, and grants European Citizenship after two years of being a legal Permanent Resident.
A Polish Citizenship passes through generations within a stable political and economic country with high standard educational options. European citizens have the right to protection by the diplomatic or consular authorities of any EU country in a third country (outside EU) where your home EU country is not represented.
Poland Residency Program
Non-EU citizens and their families including spouse, and underage dependent children (unmarried and financially dependent on main applicant up to 21 years old) are granted the opportunity to obtain this Residency. As soon as the main applicant’s Residence Permit is granted, the spouse and dependent underage children can also receive residence permits immediately, based on the family reunification procedure in Poland.
Poland Residency Requirements:
- Must be over 21 years of age
- Bank balance to show proof of funds, at least equivalent of Euro 14,000
- No past criminal record
- No past offense to Schengen Immigration Law