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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • CONSULAR FEES

  • LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS

     

     

     

     
    • full legalization, power of attorney regarding real estate: 89 CAD
    • full legalization regarding business documentation: 45 CAD
    • legalization of the document (eg. vital records, documents issued or confirmed by Canadian authorities, courts etc): 45 CAD
    • authentication of the document (legalization of documents not listed above certified by a notary public/lawyer): 45 CAD

    CONFIRMATION OF POLISH CITIZENSHIP

     

    The consular fee for this service is 118 CAD (money order or certified cheque)

    OBTAINING COPIES OF POLISH VITAL STATISTIC ACTS AND CERTIFICATES

    Consular fee for that service is 45 CAD (cash, money order or certified cheque - personal checks are not accepted). Please attach payed return envelope or add 15 CAD extra to have your documents returned by mail.

     

     

    VISA FEE

     

    Schengen visas

    • Visa fee is 89 CAD.
    • Visa fee for children from the age of six years old and below the age of 12 years old is 52 CAD.
    • The visa fee is waived for applicants belonging to one of the following categories:
    • (a) children under six years;
    • (b) school pupils, students, postgraduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake stays for the purpose of study or educational training;
    • (c) researchers from third countries travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research as defined in Recommendation No 2005/761/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 September 2005 to facilitate the issue by the Member States of uniform short-stay visas for researchers from third countries travelling within the Community for the purpose of carrying out scientific research;
    • (d) representatives of non-profit organizations aged 25 years or less participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organized by non-profit organizations.
    • (e) children and spouses of EU citizens (child birth certificate/marriage certificate and valid EU passport of the parent/spouse is required)

    National visas

    • Visa fee is 89 CAD.
    • The visa fee is waived for applicants belonging to one of the following categories:
    • (a) children under six years;
    • (b) researchers from third countries travelling for the purpose of carrying out scientific research as defined in Recommendation No 2005/761/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 September 2005 to facilitate the issue by the Member States of uniform short-stay visas for researchers from third countries travelling within the Community for the purpose of carrying out scientific research;
    • (c) representatives of non-profit organizations aged 25 years or less participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organized by non-profit organizations;
    • (d) children and spouses of EU citizens (child birth certificate/marriage certificate and valid EU passport of the parent/spouse is required)

     

    POLISH NATIONAL CRIME REGISTER

     

     

    The payment is 89 CAD and must be paid when applying to receive the record. If the record has to be mailed back to you an extra 15 CAD is needed. Payment can be made by cash, money order, certified cheque.

     

    PASSPORT FEE

     

     

    Passport fee is collected in full at the moment you submit your documents (for the passport + a possible delivery by mail). Consulate accepts the fees in cash, a money order or a certified cheque. Personal cheques and credit cards are not accepted.

    The passport fee is 162 CAD. If you apply for a temporary passport in addition to the biometric one the fee is 185 CAD.

    In justified cased, especially when a trip to a consular office is particularly difficult, a Consul may waiver the requirement to pick up the passport in person, at the written request of the person who is applying for it. In this situation the passport is sent to the address indicated by the applicant at the applicant's cost (fee in advance - 15 CAD-registered mail, 30 CAD-courier).

     

    50% discount is granted to:

    • persons who are retired, on disability, handicapped as defined in the provisions of the Statute of 27 August 1997 about a vocational and social rehabilitation and the employment of handicapped persons, and also the spouses of these persons who are exclusively supported by them - proff of disabilty, retired status needs to be presented.
    • persons residing in public nursing homes and institutions or using regular welfare and disability benefits,
    • combatants and other persons that are subject to the provisions of the Statute of 24 January 1991 about combatants and other persons who are victims of the repressions during a war or post-war period.
    • students up to 26 years old - valid student ID is required

    In case you are eligible to a discount for a passport due to several factors, you receive only one deduction.

    We do not collect a passport fee from:

    • persons who are 70 years old or older on the day they submit a passport application,
    • persons who submitted an application for a replacement of a passport due to its technical defect,
    • soldiers assigned to perform the military service outside the state's borders, with the exception of professional soldiers.

    The fee is reduced if a new passport is issued before the expiry date of the currently held passport due to:

    • a change of surname, given name or other data that are recorded in the passport,
    • a change of physical appearance that makes it difficult to confirm the identity,
    • lack of space in the passport for border crossing visas or seals

    The fee is calculated by deducting one tenth of the amount for each full year remaining before the currently held passport expires from the fee that is required on the day of filing a passport application - in case of a passport that is valid for 10 years, or one fifth - in case a passport that is valid 5 years.

     

     

     

     

     

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