Ukrainians accounted for 82% of the 235,600 new work permits issued in Poland last year
Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Ukrainians accounted for 82% of the 235,600 new work permits issued in Poland last year

Ukrainians accounted for 82% of the 235,600 new work permits issued in Poland last year, according to Poland’s Central Statistics Office, or Główny Urząd Statystyczny. Reflecting Poland’s need for immigrant labor, the total number of work permits issued last year was up 84% compared to 2016, Forbes reports. With the 90-day visa free regime, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians also travel to Poland for part time work in factories, farms, construction sites, hotels, and restaurants.

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