Due to the flourishing economy in Poland, more and more German companies are settling there. Therefore, it is also interesting for German citizens to find their new center of life here. Management and executive positions in particular are often filled by immigrants from Germany. The comparatively low cost of living also contributes to this decision.
In order to carry out the moving procedure smoothly, it is important that a professional moving company, which has experience with moves to Poland, is helpfully at your side. The extensive moving preparations alone, which include long-term coordination, require competent moving consultants. For example, our moving team will take care of
Discuss with your personal moving consultant also the possibility of favorable additional loads. Although Poland is a country of the European Union, some regulations and formalities have to be observed. Thanks to the experienced staff of our moving company you will be optimally supported and advised. For the entry into Poland you only need a valid identity document. Since you want to live and work in Poland permanently, you need to register at the resident registration office and apply for a residence permit, which will also provide you with a work permit. Promptly you should get a PESEL number and the NIP, which is the tax number, which will facilitate some official procedures. Only for the re-registration of your vehicle these numbers must be presented to the vehicle registration authority.
Poland, Germany’s eastern neighbor, is one of the larger countries in the European Union with a population of 40 million. Poland’s history is marked by a changeful and fateful past. After joining the EU, Poland has developed from an agricultural state into a driving economic force in Central Europe. However, the economic disparity within the country is still very high today. Progress is particularly noticeable in the large cities such as Warsaw and Poznan. In contrast, the more rural east and northeast are clearly lagging behind. Poland also has a lot to offer in terms of tourism. Long beaches on the Baltic Sea in the north, untouched nature in Masuria and southern flair in the world heritage city of Krakow.
Our moving guide has many valuable tips for you and the ToDo list reminds you of important formal things that need to be done, such as notices of termination or the notification of the change of address. Don’t forget to register your residence with the authorities. While you are still in Germany, get detailed advice from your health insurance and pension insurance institution, as the conditions abroad are often different. You should also know that the Polish currency is the zloty. There are hardly any language barriers, as many Poles speak German. Especially at work, Polish language skills are not necessary due to the economic relationship with Germany and the German-speaking countries. In everyday life, however, it is more advantageous to know the Polish language.
Our experienced contact persons for private moves within Europe will be happy to advise you personally and will also take care of formalities and administrative procedures.