Spokesman of the Office for Foreigners (UdSC) Jakub Dudziak said on Thursday that by the end of September almost 1.4 million Ukrainians have obtained PESEL (Personal ID) numbers in Poland.
Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration, Pawel Szefernaker, said on Wednesday that of the 600,000 Ukrainians who are now in the PESEL (personal ID number) database, 400,000 are now working legally in Poland.
A hundred days since Russia invaded Ukraine, Krakow is still hosting 50,000 Ukrainian refugees, of whom 28,000 have been given a Polish PESEL ID number, the city’s authorities have reported.
Poland has already issued over 1 million PESEL identity numbers to war refugees from Ukrainian, a government commissioner for refugees has said.
Almost 875,000 Ukrainian refugees had received a Polish PESEL personal identification number by Friday afternoon, a deputy interior minister announced.
By Wednesday afternoon, a total of 846,000 Ukrainian refugees have received a Polish PESEL personal identification number, a deputy interior minister announced.
More than 600,000 Ukrainian refugees have been issued the official PESEL number that allows them to use a range of public services in Poland, including schools and healthcare.
Poland would like EUR 2.2 billion from the European Union to cover the cost of sheltering and caring for each Ukrainian refugee, a deputy interior minister has said.
By Tuesday afternoon, 500,000 Ukrainian refugees received a Polish PESEL personal identification number, the government's digitisation department has announced.
Almost 200,000 Ukrainians refugees have received a Polish PESEL personal identification number, a government official said on Tuesday.