Poland approved new rules for Ukrainian refugees

Poland has approved in its legislation new rules for the stay of Ukrainians fleeing the war.

It is noted that all those who entered Poland from February 24, 2022, can legally stay there for up to 18 months. But those who arrived without a foreign passport must obtain a temporary ID card and register with the local administration.

Also, those Ukrainians who were in Poland before February 24 on a visa, and whose legal stay expires, may remain in the country until the end of 2022, but will not be allowed to re-enter. It does not apply to those Ukrainians who had a real visa-free regime, they have to make a card.

Ukrainian citizens have the right to work in Poland officially.

See also: Central Banks of Ukraine and Poland signed Memorandum of Understanding

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