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Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Cairo

 

Consular district of the Polish Consulate in Cairo covers the following states: Egypt, Libya, Sudan, Eritrea. Citizens of these countries should contact our consulate in all consular affairs (except Sudanese citizens in matters of Schengen visas).

 

 

Our address is:

 

5, Aziz Osman St., Zamalek, Cairo

 

tel: +202 27355416

 

fax: +202 27352718

 

cairo.consul@msz.gov.pl - visas and consular affairs

 

Pursuant to the Polish – Dutch Schengen visa representation agreement, Sudanese citizens can apply for Schengen visas to Poland at the Dutch Consulate in Khartum.

 

Contact details:

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Street 47, Khartoum 2

Tel. +249 183 48 03 15,  +249 9 121 300 41,  Fax  +249 183 47 26

e-mail: kha@minbuza.nl

 

 

We are open on:

 

Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays

 

09.00-12.00 - Schengen visa applications registered on www.e-konsulat.gov.pl

 

12.00-13.30 - legal affairs registered on www.e-konsulat.gov.pl

 

13.00-13.45 - collection of documents and visa decisions

 

 

Tuesdays and Thursdays

 

09.00-12.00 – Schengen and national visa applications registered on www.e-konsulat.gov.pl

 

12.00 - 13.00 Passport matters registered on www.e-konsulat.gov.pl

 

 

 

Important announcement concerning visa application procedure

 

We kindly inform that as of 15th of September 2011 visa application forms (both Schengen and national ones) are only accepted if registered on the website www.e-konsulat.gov.pl

 

All visa application forms, filling it in regulations and appointment settings time are to be found on the same website.

 

Visa application forms not registered on the above mentioned website will not be considered.

 

Persons registered on the website www.e-konsulat.gov.pl are requested to approach the security officer on the date and time indicated on the printout.

 

Visa fees and other information can be found in Visa Regulations section.

 

 

Safety notice

 

1. Please turn off your cell phones before entering the consulate.

 

2. It is forbidden to bring to the consulate any dangerous objects, such as:

- firearms,

- knives,

- gas containers,

- chemical agents.

 

3. It is forbidden to bring luggage into the consulate (backpacks, suitcases, etc.).

 

 

Requesting access to personal datastored in consular systems

 

Notice on processing of personal data stored in consular filing system

 

Everyone has the right to obtain comprehensive information regarding personal data concerning them which are processed in data filing systems.

More: click here

 

 

The Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland is closed on Fridays, Saturdays and the below listed Polish and Egyptian public holidays (the list applies to 2019):

 

1 January - New Year

7 January - Christmas (Coptic Church)

21-22 April - Easter

25 April - Sinai Liberation Day

28-29 April - Easter (Coptic Church) + Sham El Nasim

1 May - Labour Day

3 May - Constitution Day

4-6 June - Eid El Fitr

9 June - Pentecost

20 June - Corpus Christi

30 June - 30 June Revolution Day

23 July - July Revolution Day

11 August - Arafat Day

12-14 August - Eid El Adha

15 August - Polish Army Day

1 September - Muharram

6 October - Armed Forces Day

1 November - All Saints Day

11 November - Independence Day

10 November - Mawlid El Naby

25-26 December - Christmas

 

 

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