Get it done: Trusted Profile

Many administrative issues can be handled remotely on the public administration websites – with just a few clicks and without leaving your home. To do this, you simply need to have a Trusted Profile (Profil Zaufany) – a free tool, which enables confirmation of your identity online, so that you can send documents and submit applications through the Internet without the need to visit the office in person. For instance, you can use the Trusted Profile to get access to the ePUAP platform (Electronic Platform of Public Administration Services) for interacting with the public administration bodies online.

Who can create a Trusted Profile?

Any person who has a PESEL number (the identification number from the Polish population registration system) and full or limited legal capacity, can create and use a Trusted Profile. Therefore, it can also be created by foreigners, if they have a PESEL number. One person may have only one, unique Trusted Profile, which is valid for 3 years and can be extended for another 3 years.

What you can do with a Trusted Profile?

With a Trusted Profile, you’ll be able to:

How to create a Trusted Profile 

You can create the Trusted Profile online via internet banking. This is the fastest and easiest way, but you should make sure that your bank offers this option (check the list of banks on the Trusted Profile website). Another way is to register at website and confirm your Trusted Profile at one of the selected confirmation points within 14 days after completing the registration form. Use a search tool to find the nearest confirmation point – e.g. tax offices, ZUS offices, voivodeship offices or selected post offices.  

Get it done with us!

Do you need assistance with creating your Trusted Profile? 

 In the time of coronavirus, our Help Center for Foreigners will help you remotely! Send an e-mail to: [email protected] and put „Trusted Profile” in the subject line.

 The assistance we provide is free of charge.

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The „Get it done” series is co-funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund National Program within the „CPC III” project.


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