Travel to Poland from UK with less than 3 months on Passport

I was denied boarding on a flight from the UK to Poland today, due to the fact that my passport has less than three months remaining on it – I had no idea about this rule before today.

Since it will not be possible to renew my passport in time, is it possible to fly to another EU country e.g. Germany and then drive into Poland? I drove from UK to Poland previously and there were no border checks then, but I believe there could be covid related border checks in place now? Is this a terrible idea?

study – Moving from Poland to Germany for Master studies as Non-EU resident

my brother has a citizen of non-EU country, which requires one to get a visa to enter Germany for purpose of study (long-term stay). However, he has recently completed his bachelor from a university in Poland. For his stay in Poland he has a residence card (Karta pobytu).

Now, he has been granted an admission in Germany in master course, and wants to move to Germany for studies.

Does he require a visa to enter and study in Germany? Or is it possible that he simply enters in Germany (since he can for 90 days on basis of Karta pobytu) and applies for residence permit (Aufenthaltstitel) directly in Germany in the local alien office of the university town.

Thank you.

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Do I need a Polish passport to travel to Poland from the U.S.A if I hold U.S and Polish citizenship

If I would want to travel to Poland from the U.S would I only need a U.S. passport or do I also need a Polish passport? I hold Polish and U.S. citizenship. If I can’t go to Poland without a Polish passport, would I be able to travel there with a person that does have a Polish passport?

Do I need to mention the Poland stay back refusal in UK visa application?

I’ve been in poland for four years and completed my education. Applied for stayback because of the delay in getting the certificate and get apostile. Unfortunately, stay back visa was refused and I returned back to india.

Now planning to do masters in UK. I’m seriouly confused that do I have to mention this refusal in the UK application?

Do I need to mention the poland stay back refusal in UK application?

I’ve been in poland for four years and completed my education.Applied for stayback because of the delay in getting the certificate and get apostile.Unfortunately, stay back visa was refused and I returned back to india. Now planning to do masters in UK. I’m seriouly confused that do I have to mention this refusal in the UK application?

schengen – can I travel with my Italian carta d’identita to Poland while only having Italian citizenship but not Italian nationality?

If the carta d’identita contains, in the lower right hand corner, the words:

  • NON VALIDA PER L’ESPATRIO

and under nationality contains anything other than

then you are not an Italian citizen, nor is the card valid outside of Italy and

  • cannot be used for travelling outside of Italy

Italy is one of the few countries that issues an identity card to legal residents.

  • this card has been issued to an Italian citizen
    • but is not valid for travel

  • this card has been issued to an Italian citizen

Paper version


also possible with NON VALIDA PER L’ESPATRIO stamp

covid 19 – How can I get vaccinated on a Schengen Type D Visa in Poland

I am a New Zealand citizen living on Poland for the next 6 months (I’ve been here 6 months already). I would like to get vaccinated, but to the best of my knowledge, I cannot because I’m not working in Poland (and am not allowed to on this visa).

I have a PESEL number, but without Polish medicare (which I can’t get because I’m not on a working visa) I am unable to get a referral to be vaccinated (though my age group is eligible).

Some government sites indicate that it should be possible to get a referral with only a PESEL, but I have talked to several GPs and they say they are unable to give it to me without medicare.

Is there an alternative path I can go through to get vaccinated (perhaps applying for a visa with working rights), or should I resign myself to being unable to receive a vaccine until I return home?