Officers from the Border Guard in Warsaw detained three men who were staying in Poland illegally. This happened during an inspection of drivers providing passenger transport services using a mobile application.
The action was carried out on January 22 in front of the Chopin Airport terminal and at the Central Railway Station in Warsaw. Two Georgian citizens and one Turkish citizen were detained. They worked as drivers in one of the companies providing passenger transport services using a popular mobile application. None of the men had documents entitling them to legal stay in Poland.
He took his wife’s surname
“In addition, the data of one of the Georgians was entered in the SIS system for the purpose of refusing entry to the territory of the Schengen countries for a period of three years. The entry was made by the Czech side in connection with the negative decision that the foreigner received during the procedure for granting a work permit in the territory of the Czech Republic. Although the man returned to Georgia, but changed his surname, taking his wife’s surname, and obtained a new travel document in order to bypass the law and be able to re-enter the territory of the Schengen countries, which he did,” described the release from the Nadwiślański Border Guard Branch.
The second Georgian did not leave Poland after the voivode twice refused to grant consent for temporary residence. In turn, the Turkish citizen, apart from staying in Poland illegally, also got here illegally from Germany.
“Administrative proceedings have been initiated against all of them to oblige them to return. One of the Georgians will probably be placed in a guarded center for foreigners until he leaves our country, and an application has been submitted to the court in this case,” it added.
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