Key Dates:

Early Registration Deadline:
April 05, 2018
Standard Registration Deadline:
April 26, 2018
Late/Onsite Registration Deadline:
from April 26, 2018
Accommodation Deadline:
April 9, 2018

Contact Details

IEEE 2018 Wireless Interim Meeting Managers

MTG Events Pty Ltd
address

Sydney, Australia
P: +61 2 9057 9072
802wireless@mtgevents.com.au

Visa Invitation Letter for Poland

 If you would like to request a Visa Invitation Letter for your trip to Warsaw, please indicate this when you register for the meeting on the online registration form.  Near the end of the online registration form there is an option to request a Visa Invitation letter to be created and sent to you.  Click here to Register.

 

Visa Information for Poland

 Do I need a Visa for Poland?  The following website provides detailed information regarding which countries DO require a visa for Poland: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/who-needs-schengen-visa 

Ministry of Foreigh Affairs Republic of Poland website: http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/travel_to_poland/visa/

 

List of Countries NOT requiring a visa for visits less than 90 days: http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/travel_to_poland/entering_poland/visa_free/visa_free_countries 

 

Visitors entering Warsaw, Poland are bounded by the Schengen Agreement, in which Poland is a part of. For citizens coming from Schengen-member countries, no visa is required to enter Warsaw, but national ID must be ready to show at all times. Three months (90 days) is the allowable stay for tourists only.

The Schengen area consists of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden.

Schengen C-type visa

The unified Schengen visa (C-type visa valid in Schengen states) entitles the holder to stay in the territory of all Schengen states.

The Schengen visa with limited territorial validity (C-type visa valid only in Poland or with validity excluded for a specified Schengen state/states) only entitles the holder to stay in the territory of the state/states for which it is valid.

National D-type visa

If you intend to stay in the territory of Poland for a total of more than 90 days (at least 91 days) during one or more visits within a half-year period calculated from the date of first entry, you need to apply for a national D-type visa. 

The national D-type visa entitles the holder to:
– stay in the territory of Poland throughout the period of its validity;
– additionally move within the territory of other Schengen states for up to three months within a half-year period.

Transit airport visa
If you intend to travel by air from a third state to another third state with a stopover at an airport in the Schengen area (in the territory of the Republic of Poland) and also:
(1) you do not intend to leave the international transit area of the airport and
(2) you hold the citizenship of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sudan or Sri Lanka,
– you need to apply for an A-type airport transit visa. 

When planning transit through an airport situated in a Schengen state other than Poland, we advise you to directly contact a consulate of the country concerned for visa information.

The A-type airport transit visa only entitles the holder to stay in the international transit area of the airport (it does not entitle the holder to enter Schengen territory or leave the transit area of the airport).

How long can I spend in the territory of Poland/Schengen with a C- or D-type visa?

The duration of stay for foreign nationals in Poland (holders of national D-type visas) or inSchengen territory (holders of unified C-type visas) is indicated in the visa (“duration of stay” expressed in numbers); a stay of this kind is only possible during the validity of the visa (“visa valid from….to….”).

What documents do you need when submitting a C-type Schengen visa application? 

  1. Travel document:
    – valid at least three months after your planned departure from Poland/Schengen territory;
    – with at least 2 blank pages;
    – issued within the last ten years.
    2. Completed and signed visa application form.
    3. Biometric photo.
    4. Visa fee.
    5. Health insurance of at least EUR 30000, valid in the entire Schengen territory.
    6. Supplementary documents, confirming:
    – the purpose of the visit,
    – possession of accommodation;
    – possession of sufficient funds to cover the cost of entry, stay and departure from the Schengen territory or Poland;
    – wilingness to leave Schengen territory after expiry of the visa.

The types and number of supplementary documents may differ depending on the consular office. In this connection we advise you to contact the relevant consulate to obtain full information concerning the documents needed when submitting a visa application.

What documents do you need when submitting a D-type national visa application? 

  1. Travel document:
  2. Completed and signed visa application form.
  3. Biometric photo.
  4. Visa fee.
  5. Health insurance.
  6. Supplementary documents confirming:
    – the purpose of the visit,
    – possession of sufficient funds to cover the cost of entry, stay and departure from theterritory of Poland;
    – the necessity of staying in the territory of Poland for more than 90 days within a half-year period.

The types and number of supplementary documents may differ depending on the consular office. In this connection we advise you to contact the relevant consulate to obtain full information concerning the documents needed when submitting a visa application.

The consul of which Schengen state is competent to process your Schengen visa application?

The consul of the Schengen state which is the main destination of your visit is always the consul competent to process your visa application.

If you are not planning to visit Poland at all, you cannot submit your Schengen visa application to a Polish consular office.

If you are going to visit several Schengen states, a Polish consul will be competent to process your application only if Poland is the main destination of your entry into Schengen territoryor if Poland is the state in which you intend to spend most of your time.

If you intend to stay in the territory of Poland and/or any other Schengen states (during one or more visits) for a total of up to 90 days within a half-year period calculated from the date of first entry, or if you plan to pass through Schengen territory (by train, car or plane), you need to apply for a Schengen C-type visa. 

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Countries whose citizens are not required to have a visa when entering Poland