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Travel / Re: Polish Student Visa by mhorte: 4:55pm On May 10, 2020
Jaycew:


I'll answer to the best of my knowledge.

I think if these are the documents requested to be legalized by your school, then that's all.. you're legalizing at MOE, and MFA respectively,
You're getting a medical insurance worth €30,000 euro.. if cost is a thing to you, then it's better you opt for the cheaper insurance company, else both are good.
The reservation would be for a round trip.. just add about 5 days after you must have finished your studies and use that as the date of departure.
If you have a sponsor, you can provide the sponsors details.. Note: the embassy does not require an account statement, so if your sponsor is employed, you're required to provide his/her employment letter, payment slips/stubs from the last 3 months at least, national ID CARD or intl passport and a notarized sponsorship letter.




Hi and thank you for your response.

Concerning medical insurance, I'm asking if it's okay to do one year, then renew after one year for the second year or I have to do the 2 years medical insurance plan one time?

I contacted a travel agency and I was told that a round trip flight reservation can only be for one year, not two years(which will be after my program) what to do here?

As regards the sponsor, you mean I do not have to show my sponsor's statement of account, instead, I can show his international passport and Sponsorship letter from him, right? or does it has to be everything you have listed combined?

Please, don't be mad at me or think my question is dumb, I just need clarity

thank you
Travel / Re: Polish Student Visa by mhorte: 12:45pm On May 10, 2020
Hi guys,

I joined Nairaland because of this group.
I recently got admission to Poland for Masters in GIS and Earth Observation. I have gathered somethings so far from the threads as well as some questions for clarity.

-I know I will need to legalize my O'level Certificate, B.Ttech Cert. & Transcript at the MOE, are these documents the ones that will be legalized at the MFA also or are there added documents required?
-As per the medical insurance needed, I have two options, Swisscare and AIICO, which will be more advisable?
-My program is supposed to last two years, will my medical insurance have to cover the two years or can I start off with a one-year subscription and later renew?
-I know I will have to make a flight reservation which is required for the visa interview;
......................................................................................................................................- will the reservation be for a round trip or just one-way?
..................................................................................- can anyone recommend any travel agency that can offer up to at least 2/3 weeks reservation at a low cost?
-I know also, that, as a visa requirement, one has to show proof of subsistence. Can I use a sponsor's account accompanied by a letter of sponsorship or do I compulsorily have to present a credit account in my name?

I have read through the threads and most answers seem wuruwuru, some are straight to the point while others are confusing...
Please, I'm begging, I need this to be answered in details(please don't refer me to a page) and if anyone has further information or clarity to add, I will most appreciate it. God bless us all.

Please keep staying safe.
Thank you.

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