Foreigner who has passport can start business on the same conditions as Poland citizens in any business legal structure.
Such person can start sole proprietorship and register it in CEIDG (if this person has ukrainian citizenship, Pole’s card, permanent residence permit, temporary residence permit) or any partnerships including general partnership, limited partnership etc., and register it in National Court Register.
– PESEL – is the national identification number, which consists of 11 digits. The PESEL number includes date of birth, serial number, gender and reference number.
– A citizen of Ukraine who legally entered Poland from February 24th, 2022, directly from the territory of Ukraine, will receive a PESEL after submitting an application to any commune’s office in Poland. The application can be filled out by the applicant or an office employee based on the data provided by the applicant.
Other foreigners, as well as citizens of Ukraine who arrived before February 24th, 2022, can get a PESEL during registration or by submitting an application to the relevant Urząd.
Most often, our clients register Spółka z o.o. – limited liability partnership or JDG ( jednoosobowa działalność gospodarcza) – sole proprietorship.
There are also other types of public business management in Poland, such as limited partnership, joint-stock company and so on.
There is also opportunity to cooperate with Business Incubator.
Each of these types has its advantages and disadvantages. The best – to get a comprehensive consultation from our specialists, which of these forms of doing business is suitable for you, taking into account all the nuances and needs of your business.
There are also tax benefits – “Estoński CIT” (Estonian CIT) – 0% taxation under certain conditions for Sp. z o.o. (our specialists can tell you about it in detail).
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