close

  • Uskollinen kotimaalleni, Puolan tasavallalle

     

  • CERTIFICATES AND PERMISSIONS


  •  

    Please register your visit (as a legal issue) at the consulate via an appropriate IT system (https://www.e-konsulat.gov.pl). Only registered persons are served.

     

    1. Attesting the authenticity of a signature or of a documents’ s copy with its original

    The abovementioned acts have the same validity as those performed by a notary in Poland. The consul cannot attest the authenticity of a signature on a document expressing a power of attorney for an act for whose validity the Polish law requires the form of notarial deed.

    A person applying for attesting the authenticity of a signature or of a documents’ s copy with its original shall:

     

    1. present oneself personally at the consulate and sign the document – in case of attesting the authenticity of a signature,
    2. present a copy of a document and its original – in case of attesting the authenticity of a copy with its original,
    3. present his/her valid passport or ID,
    4. pay the consular fee – 30 EUR.

      Please note: We do not accept payments by card.

     

    1. Permission for transporting firearms

    Foreigners and Polish citizens living abroad may bring firearms to Poland once obtained a permission of the Polish consul. The abovementioned persons may transport firearms:

     

    1. for hunting – alongside with ammunition (max. 100 bullets),
    2. for sport and historical events – alongside with the ammunition not exceeding the number indicated by the organizer of the event,
    3. flare guns.

    Permission is also required for transporting the firearms via the territory of Poland.

     

    The citizens of the European Union member states holding a European Firearms Pass are exempt from the requirement of applying for the consular permission for transporting firearms.

     

    The citizens of the European Union member states who reside in Poland may transport firearms to the Polish territory for hunting and for sport or historical events provided that possession of these firearms is not forbidden in Poland and they own in the European Firearms Pass.

    Separate norms regard the diplomatic personnel and persons responsible for protection of the embassies, foreign missions, consulates or members of official visits.

     

    The consular permission for transporting firearms to Poland exempts its holder from a requirement to apply for a separate firearms license in Poland provided that the stay with firearms does not exceed 30 days.

     

    A person applying for the consular permission for transporting firearms should:

     

    1. present oneself at the consulate with a passport or ID and with documents regarding (1) the characteristics of the firearm and ammunition and (2) scope to which the firearm will be used,
    2. pay the consular fee – 60 EUR.

      Please note: We do not accept payments by card.

    Print Print Share: