by Joanna Jasinska
Poland is first in the EU when it comes to granting first time resident permits, according to Eurostat.
Over 3 million migrants from outside of the EU received the right to stay within the Union for up to three months and Poland contributed 21.7 percent of this number, amounting to 683,228 permits.
Eurostat said that: “Poland was the main country giving first residence permits to people from Ukraine (88 percent of all first residence permits given to Ukrainians), while for Syria (63 percent) it was Germany.”
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