Poland Schengen Visa for Citizens of the Philippines

Poland Schengen Visa for Citizens of the Philippines

iVisa | Updated on Mar 05, 2020

If you're going to Poland as a Filipino resident, you'll need to get the right sort of Schengen visa. The Schengen Visa is intended for foreign travelers seeking to enter Europe's Schengen Area, which consists of 22 member states of the European Union and non-EU member states which are part of the European Free Trade Agreement. Poland is one such member state of the EU.

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Poland Schengen Visa: Information and Requirements

What type of general documentation do I need to apply for a Poland Schengen Visa?

You will need:

  • Personal Information - All Schengen Area application forms will require your personal information like your state of residence and contact information.
  • Valid Passport Bio Page - Your passport must be valid for 3 months after your return date from Poland. You’ll also need to have two blank passport pages for stamping purposes.
  • Medical Insurance - When traveling to the Schengen Area, foreign nationals will need a travel medical insurance policy with at least 30,000 € coverage.
  • Flight Itinerary - Show confirmation of your entry and exit dates and travel time.
  • Financial Stability - You must be able to prove that you have enough money to sustain you during your travel to Poland and the Schengen Area.
  • Cover Letter - Show the reason why you are entering Poland and what business or tourism you will be conducting.
  • Passport Photos - Get extra passport photos to be attached to your visa application for Poland. Make sure they have a solid, light background and that your entire face is showing.

I’m going to Poland to conduct business for my company. What else do I need to supply for the visa application?

If you are traveling to Poland or the Schengen Area for business purposes, you will need to also supply the following with your visa application:

  • Business Organizational Papers - How is your company and the Polish company related? Provide original contracts that show the articles of organization/association and any business licenses that are also related to your joint business venture.
  • Invitation Letter - Make sure the Polish company you plan to work with supplies a cover letter with detailed contact information and the reasons why you are coming to Poland to conduct business. If you are being hosted by the company, provide detailed information about your accommodations in the invitation letter also.
  • Prior Trade Deals - Have you conducted trade with this company before? Bring documentation showing previous business relations.
  • Half-Year Financial Report - Show the past 6 months of your business finances.
  • Business Purpose Certificate - Speak to the Polish company that you are working with to get a proper certificate.

Is Poland the only country in the Schengen Area I can fly into with this visa?

If you apply for a Poland Schengen visa directly then you will be traveling in and out of Poland. Otherwise, you may arrive and leave from any other Schengen Area member state but you will have to fill out that country's visa form.

What is the cost of a Poland Schengen Visa?

Children under 6 years of age are usually free and don’t require payment for their visas. Children 6 years and older and all adults will have to pay for a visa. The visa cost can range from $40 USD to $90 USD (or 40 € to 80 €). Visa fees are subject to change per embassy/consulate and also are subject to change based on currency exchange rates.

Application for the Poland Schengen Visa for the Filipino Citizens

Any resident of the Philippines will need to get a visa to enter Poland. To do that properly, you will have to fill out an application in person at your nearest consulate or embassy.

If you need help, please reach out to our support staff via chat or email, and we will help you locate your nearest visa application center as well as answer any further travel document questions you may have.

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