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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • VISA INFORMATION

  • From the date of 28.03.2017 Georgian citizens, holders of a biometric passport, wishing to travel to Poland or to other Schengen state for a period of 90 days within 180 days, do not need a visa.

    Legal basis: amended Council Regulation (EC) no 539/2001 of 15 March 2001.

    Please be advised that the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Tbilisi does not provide any information on reasons of entry refusal decision made by passport officers at the Schengen border.

    The information provided below refers only to citizens of third countries which have a visa regime with Schengen states, Georgian nationals who do not hold a biometric passport and applicants for a Polish national visa (intended stay in Poland exceeding 90 days in a period of 180 days).

    Slots available for submitting visa applications in our online registration system are released on 10th, 20th and 30th day of each month. However, when these dates fall on a non working day (weekend, Polish or Georgian holidays) the next available slots are released on the last working day before the  non working day.

    Please be advised that booking appointment at our online registration system is free of charge. Any entities who ask for remuneration for making appointment at the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi do it illegally. If it happens, we strongly encourage you to report the fact to the Police.

     

    Please find FAQ regarding visa issues: Frequently Asked Questions

     

    REGISTRATION

     

    Note! Please read the information provided below before you start a registration

     

    Please be informed that there is an online visa appointment system in the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi. In order to apply for visa you must register on the website of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs: https://secure.e-konsulat.gov.pl/

     

    In order to register for an appointment at the Consulate in Tbilisi you should:

     

    1. Read carefully the list of required documents depending on the purpose of your visit . Information about types of visas you can find here: http://www.tbilisi.msz.gov.pl/en/consular_information/tbilisi_ge_a_85/tbilisi_ge_a_221/
    2. Go into:  https://secure.e-konsulat.gov.pl/ and then in the field "country/institution" choose Georgia/Tbilisi;
    3. Select from the left hand side: "schengen visa - register form" or "national visa - register form” depending on what kind of visa you apply for. Note: time for filling in on line application form is 40 minutes. After that application can not be saved and appointment is annulled automatically.  
    4. Enter the verification code;
    5. Select a date of appointment at the Consulate in order to submit the documents. It is not possible to make an appointment before the first available date indicated by the system;
    6. Fill in a visa application form in Polish, English or Russian;
    7. After completing the application form click Continue, and then Save. If any changes are needed click Correct. Note: after saving the application making any changes will not be possible.

    To proceed click Print.

    Note: clicking Print will not start printing the document! To proceed follow the instructions of your web browser. Depending on the browser, you will be able to open the application form on your browser or save it. The document may also be automatically downloaded and saved by your computer in the default folder.

    After printing out the application form, please sign it in the two designated fields on the last page.

     

    1. Along with other documents (see point 1) , the application must be submitted in person at the date fixed during online registration (the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi,  Brothers Zubalaszwili 19).

     

    Processing time does not usually exceed 10 days.

     

     

    From June 23, 2015 onwards all applying for visas must apply in person in the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi.

     

    Pursuant to the regulations (Regulation establishing a Community Code on Visas and Regulation on VIS) Member States shall collect biometric identifiers of the applicant.

     

    The following applicants shall be exempt from the requirement to give fingerprints:

     

    • children under the age of 12

     

    • heads of State or government and members of a national government with accompanying spouses, and the members of their official delegation when they are invited by Member States’ governments or by international organisations for an official purpose

     

    • sovereigns and other senior members of a royal family, when they are invited by Member States’ governments or by international organisations for an official purpose.

    Here you can find more info on VIS:

    Visa Information System

     

     

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