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Wedding procedures for foreigner in Poland


alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #1
I would like to know what are the procedures i need to follow to get married to a polish citizen.. taking in consideration that i am not in the Eu countires.

thank u
Karima  
28 Jul 2007 /  #2
First i would say u should be ashamed of ur post and ur intention. iwill telu only its not easy and it depend from which cauntry u r, have u ever been in poland and if yes how long,how many times, do uhave girlfriend or u must first faind her . IF u have how u knew her. and many many others..

withaut regards Karima
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #3
Thank u for replying :)
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #4
hi alana where you from ? you will need to have your birth certificate traslater into Polish and I a letter from your Embassy saying your are not Married back home at your country then you will need an interpreter go to the local city house get a date and marry you will pay a fee not much money and that is it you will also need a interpreter at the wedding day
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #5
Zion, thank u for replying. i am from mauritius and i would like to know where i can translate the birth certificate. will a letter from the civil status be enough to say that i am not married or i need sth else
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #7
Grzegorz i would like to know if ever you know the procedure concerning the above topic i have posted it would help me. thank u
Grzegorz_  
28 Jul 2007 /  #8
I don't know. I think that zion knows what he is talking about. At lest in this case.
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #9
wich language that speak there french ? creole ? anyway look on the net you will find firms that will traslate for you this civil status was gave to you by who ??? has to be from you Embassy if you can not get a letter from you Embassy you will need a letter from a court in Poland what is a bit more complicated . you seems to be desperate are you marring for love or for the rights to stay in Poland or somewhere in the EU either way start to say please nobody here is your bloody lawer
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #10
we speak french and english. i will check with the government here. so i am not desperate. and i will marry for love of course and i would like to live with the one i love. i am not of those who marry to have just rights....
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #11
that is good I dont think your Island will have a embassy here so you will have to take the long way of going to a court to the get a letter from them find out more about from your local city hall .
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #12
i need a letter from a court in Mauritius stating that i am not married that u are telling??? or a letter from Polish court.
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #13
from a Polish court !!!! in case your Embassy can not give you one .. some Embassy dont give such a document my gave me the India one does not so if your dont or if they dont have an Embassy here you will need this document from a local Polish court
Grzegorz_  
28 Jul 2007 /  #14
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from a Polish court !!!! in case your Embassy can not give you one .. some Embassy dont give such a document my gave me the India one does not so if your dont or if they dont have an Embassy here you will need this document from a local Polish court

But she is at home right now, so can take It from there.
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #15
she can but . but she must marry in 3 monthes these documents are valid in Poland for 3 monthes only after the date of issued .
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #17
she is at home right now, so can take It from there.

how you know she is home ?? how did she meet a Polish in bloody mauritius !!!!!
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #18
Oh my God i am lost a little .... a letter that i am not married. i have understood. there is not polish embassy here in my country. but i can get an official letter from civil status stupulating that i have never been married or a letter from court here saying the same. Grzegorz what is your advice on all this???

do u live in this beautiful country which is Poland?
Grzegorz_  
28 Jul 2007 /  #19
how you know she is home ??

I'm smart.

how did she meet a Polish in bloody mauritius !!!!!

And you aren't... sorry.
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #20
but i can get an official letter from civil status stupulating that i have never been married or a letter from court here saying the same.

that will be ok but they will issue this and will be a date on it . so this will be ok to get marry in Poland but you must marry in 3 monthes from the date you get this letter .

PS I also live in Poland

I'm smart

maybe you are !!

And you aren't... sorry

what you mean ???
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #21
its not because Mauritius is far that no one think of coming here........ for Zion i prefer to say such things instead of being impolite.

Zion u live in poland but it seem to you very strange that i want to know all these silly rules just in order to be happy.... nevermind. you have help.
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #22
it does not ,that is why I am taking the time to tell you how it is and that are not sily rules they are law and if you dont do it how the law say is wrong and you will not come here to marry the one you love simple as that .
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #23
i know it will not be easy but not impossible. i am sure we will be able to get married. thank u for everything
zion  
28 Jul 2007 /  #24
no wories... depends where you want to live with him if is Poland is better to marry here . just bring the letter from home saying you are not married there . traslate into to Polish here by official traslator not by your boyfriend also you will need interpreter for both time at the city hall when you go there with your letter from home traslated into to polish by a official traslator that you will find if you search the net .. your passport and your boyfriend and a document that you get on the city hall proving you have a official adress in Poland ... is lot of paper work my Dear but as you said is not impossible
OP alana  
28 Jul 2007 /  #25
thank u very much.
PoznanMan  
14 Aug 2007 /  #26
Alana,.
I have no idea why people are so unkind or suspicious. I am a foreigner and I have been married in Poland twice. I will try to offer you some advice to the best of my knowledge. Sometimes the advice may be slightly different upon your circumstances so I will try to quote fact based on Polish law.

1. You must produce a document from your country OR your Embassy in Poland that you have no impediment to marriage.
2, This document (if from your own country) must be translated by a Certified Court Translator.
3. If this document is provided by an Embassy in Poland (Warsaw) it will be in dual language- however, you must be considered living within the jurisdiction of the Embassy for at least 21 days

4. To be married anywhere in Poland, you must book/register the marriage and be able to turn up to the "booking office" to declare that you are able to be married - and if you cannot understand Polish fluently, you will have to state you need a translator (very funny because they ask you this in Polish :-))

It takes time to get married - if you plan to do it - and you know your circumstances are not quite standard - allow at least 3 months to get the arrangements in order.

hope this helps in some way...

regards..
Zeze  
14 Aug 2007 /  #27
her men drop her so she will not need advice on how to marry but how to keep a men and I think she run too fast the guy realize she was too fast and run .
OP alana  
14 Aug 2007 /  #28
thank you so much for all these useful information.
Jonny  
21 Aug 2007 /  #29
I would like to go marry my girlfriend in Poland. She is currently living in England, I live in the United States. What are my chances of getting residency in Poland. I'm Mexican, currently in school. Legal status in United States is in Process and might take years. If I go to Poland, would it be hard to find a job would I be able to use my English or Spanish there as way to get income?
shimmy  
1 Sep 2007 /  #30
Hi everyone

I am in the same position as Alana

all the information is most informative
i`d only like to say that it is really sad that the polish citizens have the mind set that foreigners only want to marry for the papers

sometimes it really is to do with love

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