Immigration to Poland Europe 2019 from Lahore

Immigration to Poland Europe 2019 from Lahore. Poland is a beautiful European country with intelligent people. Get Free Assessment by the Swedish Master Degree Holder,Mr. Habib ur Rahman Baig, who has spent two years in Sweden and two years in UK. He has got the degree of MS from Sweden.

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Documents Required for the Visa of Poland  are given below:


For Students:

1) Admission letter of a Polish university, Confirmation of enrollment and the fee receipt, information about the accommodation in Poland.

2) 6.0 Bands IELTS score at least.

3) Bank statement of blood relative ( Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Grand Mother, Grand Father.)

4) Statement of fix deposit account in Pakistan of applicant with at least 5000 EURO per studying year.

One application form completed and signed by applicant.

Possible proofs of health insurance for the whole period if stay in Poland or travel health insurance for the first 3 months of stay. 



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Note: Sweden's Residence Permit is issued to the students who want to complete their education from Sweden. You should wait for the new options of Sweden's Immigration from Pakistan.

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