Do not confuse deportation and a ban on stay - these are different concepts, have their own reasons and in fact produce different actions. Deportation is the forced exclusion of an illegally resident resident or offender from a country. The entry ban is a refusal to cross the border of Poland, and with it the entire Schengen zone. The ban can be obtained without actually staying in the country, while deportation implies the presence of a citizen in the territory of the Republic of Poland. At the same time, along with deportation, you can get a ban on entry and vice versa.
Reasons for deportation from Poland
- Illegal stay. An exaggeration of the legal stay also applies to this paragraph.
- "Black" employment (without contract and formal agreement).
Conducting unregistered business activities.
- SIS Listing. In other words, into the Schengen information system. It contains data and histories of citizens who are in search, and also have offenses, a bad history that excludes permission to visit Poland and the Schengen states.
- Lack of the necessary financial base for living abroad. Yes, solvency is assessed at the stages of obtaining a visa and crossing the border, but, say, a person entered on a work visa and so did not find a job - there is no financial base, which means it is necessary to assess the possibilities and deport. Expulsion from the country for this reason is extremely rare and you also need to be prepared for them.
- Non-payment (concealment of non-payment) of taxes. An extremely serious charge that could lead to fines and imprisonment.
- Release after imprisonment. If a foreign citizen was serving a sentence in the
- Republic of Poland, after his release he will be returned to his homeland.
- After the lawful recognition of a citizen of another country as being obliged to imprisonment within the homeland or another country. Then the citizen can be deported home.
- Violation of laws and security. Trite, but the same laws apply to residents in Poland: administrative, criminal offenses in 90% of cases are followed by deportation.
You have reviewed the most common reasons for deportation. We did not begin to describe all legislative reasons, since they are already connected with the internal laws of the country and will take several hours of your reading time. The main thing to understand is that damage to property, a threat to security, offenses, and peace of citizens - all this leads to disqualification from Poland.
Reasons for the ban on entry to Poland
They can deny entry upon the fact of the border or in advance, due to the offense, as a result of deportation. So, for what you can get:
- Invalid documents. This includes fake documents and those that have expired.
- Exceeding the time allowed to stay in Poland.
- Violation of the border crossing regime.
- The specified reason for arriving in the country does not correspond to the actual one.
- Delay in leaving the country after refusal of a residence permit.
- Lack of health insurance.
- The lack of a financial base and a document confirming this.
- Security threat.
- Subsequent to international relations, security requirements and order.
The consequences of the ban on entry into Poland - this is a ban on entry into any other Schengen country.
If it so happened that you were deported and / or put a ban on entry - do not despair. Everything is fixable and often has an expiration date. After a certain time, you will be able to visit Poland again. Otherwise, it will be necessary to appeal the ban on entry.