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A review of news from the Internet (June 2011)

[data wpisu: 24.08.2011]

Summary of “what’s popping up on the Internet” for June 2011. We encourage you to read the full articles on the authors’ site

GazetaPrawna.pl www.gazetaprawna.pl

Abolition for foreigners who are staying in Poland since 2007 (03 June 2011)
“Abolition will refer to foreigners who are in Poland Since December 2007 – announce Head of the Office for Foreigners Rafał Rogala this Friday. He participated in conference to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Office.”
Read more at GazetaPrawna.pl >>

Demand for workers from the East is rapidly increasing (14 June 2011)
“As is clear from the survey conducted by “DGP” this year, the interest of Polish employers in workforce from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Moldova and Georgia is rapidly growing. In the first five months this year in Warsaw alone, firms declared employing 13.000 people from this countries. This is twice as much as the same period last year.”
Read more at GazetaPrawna.pl >>

Penalties for illegal employment of foreigners without changes, for now (15 June 2011)
“It is possible that Poland will not make it on time to implement EU regulations regarding penalties for firms that employ a foreigner without residence permission. Deadline for implementation passes 20 July 2011, and the Government Legislation Centre is still working on the law.”
Read more at GazetaPrawna.pl >>

The decision regarding Schengen: There won’t be any limits crossing interior Union borders (24 June 2011)
“EU Leaders called European Committee to work on new mechanisms allowing for temporary restoration of control at inner borders of Schengen in critical situations – for example: huge inflow of immigrants. Poland defended EU citizens’ freedom of movement.”
Read more at GazetaPrawna.pl >>

Poland is defending freedom of movement in EU (30 June 2011)
“The Minister for European Affairs, Mikołaj Dowgielewicz said to PAP that the Polish aim at the European Union summit was inter alia sustaining the right to freedom of movement and work in other EU countries – even in case of short term reintroduction of border control.”
Read more at GazetaPrawna.pl >>

Border Guard www.strazgraniczna.pl

Two groups of illegal immigrants (03 June 2011)
“2 June officers from the Bieszczadzki Border Guard facility stopped two groups for illegal immigrants from Georgia and Moldova.”
Read more at the Border Guard >>

Zatrzymany za ułatwianie nielegalnego pobytu cudzoziemcom (09 June 2011)
“8 June officers from the Border Guard facility in Bydgoszcz (Nadwiślański OSG) stopped a Polish citizen who facilitated residency of 700 Ukrainian citizens in Poland”
Read more at the Border Guard >>

Polish documents hidden in a vacuum cleaner (17 June 2011)
“15 June officers from the Border Guard facility in Korczowa (Bieszczadzki OSG) prevented the attempt of illegal export to Ukraine several dozens of Polish identity documents. In a vacuum cleaner”
Read more at the Border Guard >>

Conference on the legality of residence and employment of foreigners (20 June 2011)
“On 15-17 June in Muszyna – Złocie held a training seminar in the field of residence and work legality control of foreigners, organized by Karpacki Border Guard facility in Nowy Sącz.”
Read more at the Border Guard >>

Twelve Ukrainian citizens stopped (22 June 2011)
“21 June, officers from the Nadodrzanski Border Guard facility stopped 12 Ukrainian citizens, 9 of which stayed and worked in Poland based on dishonestly obtained visas, and the other three used their visas contrary to their purpose”
Read more at the Border Guard >>

20 Ukrainian citizens worked without documents (22 June 2011)
“21 June, officers from the Border Guard facility in Kołobrzeg (Morski OSG) as the result of control on the legality of the stay and work of foreigners on Polish territory performed in Białogard district, 20 Ukrainian citizens were arrested “
Read more at the Border Guard >>

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