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PPL transfer from foreign countries to Poland

Old 27th Jul 2019, 14:31
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PPL transfer from foreign countries to Poland

Hi Guys, I am looking to someone that moved the PPL in Poland; I found the form on the ULC website but, in the documents that should be attached to this form, they ask also the receipt of the payment for the issue of the new license. Is there anyone that know the amount of money to give them? Or anyone did also this process?

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Old 27th Jul 2019, 21:41
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Hi Guys, i am looking to someone that moved the PPL in Poland; I found the form on the ULC website but, in the documents that should be attached to this form, they ask also the receipt of the payment for the issue of the new license.
Is there anyone that know the amount of money to give them? Or also anyone did this process?

Thanks
I've transferred mine from Italy.
The first thing you should do is to apply your own CAA with SOLI form. It basically initiates transfer of your medical records from a to b point. Polish CAA will not do this for you. All the (approval of medicals by ame, commission etc) process will start right after when your medical records arrives to them.
Most important document is Criminial report and its sworn translation to Polish language. You may acquire one from your consulate in warsaw and they'll guide you to find a translator. Other required documents are stated in the transfer form.
You'll pay to the cashier on site when you deliver your application form to them. I don't remember exactly how much was it but it was not more than 50 euros.
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Old 30th Jul 2019, 21:47
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I've transferred mine from Italy.
The first thing you should do is to apply your own CAA with SOLI form. It basically initiates transfer of your medical records from a to b point. Polish CAA will not do this for you. All the (approval of medicals by ame, commission etc) process will start right after when your medical records arrives to them.
Most important document is Criminial report and its sworn translation to Polish language. You may acquire one from your consulate in warsaw and they'll guide you to find a translator. Other required documents are stated in the transfer form.
You'll pay to the cashier on site when you deliver your application form to them. I don't remember exactly how much was it but it was not more than 50 euros.
Thank you for information.

How much did it cost in total?

I find that Polish CAA is little bureaucratic. Paperworks are important for them.

They don't accept online application/documents via e-mail.

As I know, we have to take our new licence from Poland.

But their authority fees are more affordable than North European Countries as well.
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 05:02
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How much did it cost in total?
I don't remember exactly how much was it but it was not more than 50 euros.
You are transferring your pilot licence Let anyone be a little bit bureaucratic.

About the fees, ULC is good at the beginning but things are getting uglier (means expensive) later the end of training.

About the Poland, I wouldn't come here for the fees nor the low prices. Exams are getting harder, culture and attitude is overwhelming for me (and for the most of non-european students around me) and weather is something different story, especially for the 2019 summer.

I'd advise foreign students to ask (and consider seriously) their friends about their experience of Poland before making any decision.
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 12:15
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All Polish authorities are very bureaucratic, but with ULC it was never friendlier than it is now. In most cases people working there are going an extra mile despite very restrictive legal environment.

Kind of German approach with a little bit more smile (but only tiny bit) and longer processing time.
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