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Category: Non-Ukrainian citizens

I am not a citizen of Ukraine, I left Ukraine in mid-April, I have a passport but no visa. No stamp was placed on me at the border. Do I still have the right to 15 days legal residence in Poland? Until when is it possible to use the “15 days” entry to Poland?

What about third-country nationals who entered the territory of the Republic of Poland escaping the war, but 15 days have passed and they have not had time to take further steps and cannot return to their countries. How can they extend the legality of their stay and obtain the right to work?

Information on what to do during the first 90 days in Poland (PESEL no., benefits, employment offices)?

Where should I seek assistance and what document should I obtain if I am not covered by the Act on Assistance to Citizens of Ukraine, but I am nonetheless eligible for temporary protection?

I have permanent residence in Ukraine, I am not a citizen of this country, I fled the war. How can I legalise my stay?

What about entry to other EU countries – which countries have abolished the requirement for biometric passports and whether any have introduced any facilitation for third-country nationals?

A citizen of a country other than Ukraine plans to go to another EU country – will he/she be allowed to cross the border in terms of the new EU regulations, or does he/she have to apply for a visa to enter it and in the meantime legalize his/her stay in Poland?

Is a third-country student living in Ukraine and holding a Ukrainian visa for a period of five years can be under temporary protection as proposed by the European Commission?

What are the regulations for entry into Germany?

How to submit an application for temporary residence?