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Hello. I've been looking at the EU's website ( http://ec.europa.eu/) that concerns the application of the EU Blue Card for highly skilled workers. I can't seem to find the rules for the Blue Card in Poland. As I am already working legally in Poland as a skilled worker, I'd like to apply for the card to give me better flexibility to change jobs/countries in the future. Can you tell me if it's possible to apply for a Blue Card in Poland? And if so, what is the relevant agency/contact info/procedure to follow? Regards, Marwin

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Information on Blue Card in Poland is not available, because the concept is not yet in force in Poland.

Blue Card is to be introduced in about two weeks (12 June)- we will publish information on this on our website as soon as the new law is in force.


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2012-06-01 12:23:33

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