Poland is part of the Schengen Agreement. A valid passport entitles EU and North American citizens to a three-month stay in Poland. Visas are usually not required but non-EU citizens are advised to check with the Embassy of Poland. Visitors needing a visa for entry to Poland are strongly advised to make their application in their home country well in advance.
How to proceed?
Please book your appointment 3 months in advance (especially during summer holiday time) of your trip to avoid unnecessary stress & disappointment. Although a visa currently take ABOUT 10-12 working days to process, you have to consider obtaining an appointment as well.
Please carry out the necessary formalities yourself.You have to visit the consulate office personally and bring all required documents arranged in proper order.
The appointment for visa can be arranged only on-line via E-consulate https://secure.e-konsulat.gov.pl/
To find the nearest Polish consular office Poland missions abroad please visit https://www.gov.pl/web/diplomacy/polands-missions-abroad
More information about Schengen visa you can find at https://www.gov.pl/web/diplomacy/visas
Visa supporting letters for Exhibitors and Exhibition Visitors
An official Visa Supporting Letter can be produced after the online registration.
» Visa Supporting Letter dedicated for Exhibition Visitors is available after registration at https://panel.cede.pl/visitor/login
» Visa Supporting Letter for Exhibitors is available for registered exhibitors only.
Exhibitors registration is completed after:
• Receipt of deposit payment
• Allocating of the booth
• Obtaining exhibitor’s reference number
The Visa Supporting Letter is intended only to facilitate visitors’ travel and visa arrangements and does not imply provisions of any financial or other support.
The Organizer will accept no responsibility if you do not receive a visa or do not receive it on time, or if you are unable to travel to the event due to other reasons.