In order to submit the PIT form, please follow these instructions: Please use these 2 online resources to fill in your PIT forms (with info that you get from your employer) and to submit them to the Ministry of Finance: 1. www.podatnik.info 2. www.e-pity.pl/pit-online/index.php video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Njcakxv4xUI Written by a member of the Wroclaw Expats Facebook group    
It might sound like a challenge but in fact it is relatively easy. In this little ”know-how” section we will explain to you in detail how to do it. First things first – two hints before we go through the procedures Hint 1 – in order to set up a company...
A work permit is a document that allows you to work legally in Poland. However, not every foreigner needs it. In some cases, eg. when you are an EU/EFTA citizen or their family, or have a permanent residence permit, it is not required. If you come from Belarus, Russia,...
If you are experiencing hard moments, there are places in Wrocław where you can look for help: 1Poradnia Rodzinna przy Klasztorze OO. Dominikanów „Syntonia”, pl. Dominikański 2 registration: Tuesday 9.00-10.00, Friday 15.30-16.00 telephone: 728 471 669 email: syntwro@dominikanie.pl website: wroclaw.dominikanie.pl/kontakt/syntonia/ You can meet with a psychologist, a family counselor or a priest. They speak Russian...

Poland

Population: Over 38 million Capital city: Warsaw Political system: Parliamentary republic Main languages: Polish (official), English (main urban centres) Major religions: Catholicism (80 percent) Time: GMT +1 (GMT +2 from the last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October.) Electricity: 220 volts, 50 Hz. European-style, two-pin plugs are used. Currency: The Polish Zloty (PLN), divided...
“Rodzina 500 plus” is a new system of support for families with young children. Basically every Polish family can apply for financial help and get 500 złoty per month extra. Foreigners can do it as well, however a couple of conditions must be fulfilled.“Rodzina 500 plus” is a new...
If you are an EU/EFTA resident, and hold a valid medical insurance in your country, it entitles you to get free medical care in Poland. You will be asked to present your ID/passport/student ID card and a valid European Health Insurance Card (Europejska Karta Ubezpieczenia Zdrowotnego). More information is...

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