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?

The categories of people who were granted the temporary protection are described here: https://ukraina.interwencjaprawna.pl/temporary-protection-who-will-benefit-from-it-and-what-will-the-beneficiaries-be-entitled-to%ef%bf%bc/

A person interested in receiving temporary protection should apply to the Head of the Office for Foreigners (Szef Urzędu do Spraw Cudzoziemców, ul. Taborowa 33, 02-699 Warszawa) for a certificate confirming the use of temporary protection.

A person enjoying temporary protection to whom a certificate has been issued shall, upon request, be guaranteed medical care by the Head of the Office for Foreigners and shall be granted assistance by means of accommodation and meals or assistance in the form of a monetary benefit.

The assistance provided through accommodation and meals includes:

1) permanent financial assistance for the purchase of cleaning and personal hygiene products or supplies

cleanliness and personal hygiene;

2) assistance in the form of learning the Polish language and basic materials necessary to learn this language;

3) teaching aids for children benefiting from education and care in public institutions, primary schools or secondary schools;

4) financing of journeys by public transport:

a) for the purpose of treatment or undergoing preventive vaccinations,

b) in other particularly justified cases.

Food used by a minor child should be adapted to his age.

In return for food for a child until the age of 6 or for a primary or secondary school student, the child is entitled to a cash equivalent.

The assistance provided through accommodation and meals includes:

1) permanent financial assistance for the purchase of cleaning and personal hygiene products or supplies

cleanliness and personal hygiene;

2) assistance in the form of learning the Polish language and basic materials necessary to learn this language;

3) teaching aids for children benefiting from education and care in public institutions, primary schools or secondary schools;

4) financing of journeys by public transport:

a) for the purpose of treatment or undergoing preventive vaccinations,

b) in other particularly justified cases.

Food used by a minor child should be adapted to his age.

In return for food for a child until the age of 6 or for a primary or secondary school student, the child is entitled to a cash equivalent.

In order to benefit from the assistance specified herein, one should also apply to the Head of the Office for Foreigners. 

Attached are the templates of both applications to be completed and submitted to the office.