Premises to grant the permit for tolerated stay

The permit for tolerated stay on the territory of the Republic of Poland shall be granted to the foreigner, if obliging them to return:

1) may result only in going to a country where, according to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, drawn up in Rome on 4 November 1950:

a) their right to life, freedom and personal safety would be endangered or
b) they could be subjected to tortures, unhuman or humiliating treatment or punishing, or
c) they could be forced to work, or
d) they could be deprived of the right to a reliable trial or punished without the legal basis
– in the case when there are circumstances to refuse granting the permit for stay for humanitarian reasons,

2) is impossible for reasons lying beyond the control of the authority competent to execute the decision on obliging the foreigner to return, and beyond the control of the foreigner, or

3) may result only in going to a country, which claims it to be unacceptable under the court’s rulings or owing to a settlement of the Minister of Justice concerning the refusal of the foreigner’s release.