Moving to Poland
You are moving to Poland. Atlas Movers will get you there.
Are you thinking of moving to Poland? The beautiful and diverse landscapes offer perfect conditions to emigrate to this nice country. Poland is a great country with gorgeous scenery, larger and smaller cities and breathtaking nature. It is a fun prospect but with some rules and requirements. So it is recommended to use a professional moving company.
That’s why Atlas International Movers is the perfect partner for you! We help you move carefree from and to Poland. At Atlas International Movers we know that moving can be a big task. That is why we want to take this task off your hands.
Thanks to our many years of experience and good collaboration with our local partners, moving to Poland is a totally hassle-free process. Whether you live across the northern pacific ocean, Russia or Hungary; we will take all your worries off your hands when moving to Poland. We offer you personal support during this exciting step of moving to Poland.
Moving to Poland? What do you have to arrange yourself?
If you want to move to Poland, it’s important you have the right visa. The right visa for you will depend on a number of factors such as the reason you’re moving to Poland (study or work), what your nationality is and how long you intend to stay in Poland.
Where can I get help about visas in Poland? Well, the easiest place with the most correct information is the Website of the Republic of Poland. Here you will find all the information about the different types of visas available and their eligibility and requirements. If you want to live in Poland indefinitely, for work or study, you will also need the right visa. Find more information about these visas here.
Can I become a Polish Citizen?
In short, yes! Some visas are a pathway to becoming eligible for Polish citizenship. There are multiple options on becoming a Polish citizen. You must meet the criteria before you apply. For more information on how to become a Polish national, contact the municipality where you live or visit the Website of the Republic of Poland. On this page you will find all the information about where to apply for your citizenship, the different criteria and how long it will take!
You are moving to Poland, what’s next?
So your relocation to Poland is through, you already have a job offer in this country and you have a work visa. It is important to make the relocation to Poland as smooth as possible, that’s why Atlas is the perfect moving company for your relocation. Why else is moving to Poland right for you? Well, expats living in this country enjoy many benefits of going to Poland including a nice quality of living, good work–life balance, and decent work benefits from employers.
Poland also has a dynamically developing economy. The country ranked 6th position in the EU and the 21st in the world. We were one of the few countries in the European Union who has had economic growth despite the last great economic crisis. It is a country that is strongly developing and a perfect country to live as an expat. But you’re not going to Poland just to work!
These are some of the most beautiful places you must visit whilst staying in Poland:
Furthermore, Poland is a country that’s as diverse as it is beautiful. There are many gorgeous places to visit. If you’re moving to Poland and you have the means and the time, we recommend that you should visit these places:
- Wieliczka Salt Mine, Wieliczka: One of the world’s oldest and longest-working salt mines, it stopped commercial operations in 1996 and has since become an artistic attraction.
- Auschwitz-Birkenau Camps, Oswiecim: The Auschwitz I and the Auschwitz II–Birkenau concentration camps are a different kind of must-see. Located about an hour west of Krakow, the camps offer a sobering look into the past.
- Warsaw Old Market Place, Warsaw: The oldest part of Warsaw, the Old Town Market Place dates back to the 13th century. Although 85 percent of the area was destroyed by the Nazis during World War II, it has since been restored to look exactly like it did when it was first built.
- Malbork Castle, Malbork: This 13th-century Teutonic castle was originally built by the Teutonic Knights, a religious order that served as a crusading military unit.
- Lazienki Park, Warsaw: Lazienki Park covers 76 hectares of the city center, making it one of Poland’s largest urban parks.
Of course there is so much to see and you don’t have to do everything at once. That is the beauty of living in Poland, there is always something new to discover. Do you want to know more about the country and all that it has to offer? Have a look at their tourism website!
Living in Poland
Moving to Poland is exciting and new for expats. But living in Poland also comes with certain rules and guidelines. Polish etiquette. It can be different for some expats moving to Poland. Poland is an open country, with very friendly people living in it. Poland is a very welcoming place to live. In Poland, people are expected to maintain a basic appearance of courtesy at all times. This involves paying attention and giving consideration to one’s smaller actions, being helpful and generally professional.
There are some things expats find shocking or different about living In Poland. Luckily there are multiple websites dedicated to make living in Poland easier for expats. If you want more information about Polish culture and social etiquette, try this website. You’ll find loads of useful information about Poland.
Moving to Poland, how do we proceed?
The process of moving to Poland is different for every client, it depends on which country you’re moving from and what you are going to be doing there. But nevertheless Atlas International Movers will help you through the entire process! Our employees or our partners’ employees will pack your household goods in seaworthy packaging, after which they will be transported by sea, while small consignments will be sent by air. They will also visit you at your home in your current country, and they will discuss with you what is required in order to emigrate to Poland. A detailed inventory will be made and they will explain to you the specific rules for the customs clearance of your belongings, to ensure you are fully prepared for moving to Poland.
Thanks to our many years of experience and good collaboration with our local partners, we will ensure that you will have no surprises when moving to Poland. If you’re planning to move to Poland and you want us to help you move, you can request a free quote or use one of the options below:
A call request
A video survey
A survey form
If you are not really sure on what to choose, a call request is the easiest solution. That way we can answer all of your questions about moving to Poland! If you, like us, like to prepare for a relocation then you may find our checklist very helpful. It gives a timeline with tips on how to prepare yourself for your relocation! Download our checklist at the bottom of this page!
Relocating to Poland with your own relocation coordinator
Atlas International Movers guides your relocation from door to door. If you have any questions during the entire process, please contact your personal relocation coordinator. This person can answer all your questions about the move. This way you can prepare for your life in Poland without any problems. Still not sure if we’re the right company for you? Check out the reviews our customers wrote, we’re very proud of our satisfied clients!
If you would like storage for your household goods before, during or after moving to Poland, this is also possible. Click here for more information about inventory storage at Atlas. If you want to know more about Atlas International Movers, read more about our moving company here! If you are moving to Poland and you want to make an appointment with us or one of our partners, please feel free to contact us or view our website!