Poland has placed sixth on a list of European countries with the largest number of foreign students, according to a report by Project Atlas researcher.
The number of migrants working in Poland and covered by the national pension social insurance scheme (FUS) has had a significant and positive impact on the fund.
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The Polish Border Guard (SG) has reported that the German authorities want to return 3,400 foreigners, residing illegally in Germany, to Poland because they first entered the EU across the Polish border.
More than 105,000 foreigners were studying in Poland during the 2022-23 academic year, the 'Perspektywy' Education Foundation has reported.
Data from the Office for Foreigners (UdSC) indicate that over 80 percent of the foreigners who have settled in Poland are citizens of Ukraine.
The majority of Polish employees have worked with people of different nationalities, a poll new has shown.
The number of foreign students in Poland grew in 2022 by 5.6 percent on the previous year to almost 89,500, a new report has revealed.
Valid residency permits are currently held by 1.66 million foreigners in Poland, the vast majority of them (1.36 million) being Ukrainians, data from the Office for Foreigners (UdSC) show.
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