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Mexican in love with Polish girl. Need advice on what to do.


Jonny 1 | 16  
20 Aug 2007 /  #1
Hi.

I need help from all the people that has been deeply in love with somebody. It doesn't matter if he or she was Polish.

I live in the United States, but I'm from Mexico. My legal status in the US is currently not good, you know what I mean. I met a Polish girl while she came for a holiday. We felt in love with each other. We stayed togheter for like 5 months, but they felt like years. She was here on a tourist visa. When she left we decided to try to be together. It's been more than one year since she left, and I can't wait any longer I want to be with her. I'm 26 years old, She is 36 she's living and working in England. I graduated from Hihg School here in the United States, but because my lack of documents I couldn't go to college. I need advise. what can I do. I was thinking go to poland marry her, wait a couple years and maybe I can study and work over there. I was reading another message where the guy said you could get married in England and become polish resident. I don't have any knoledge about this, nor expirience My girlfrend neither. Porfavor ayudenme. Please help me. People tell me to forget about her, but I just don't see me living without her. Any advise and support will be greatly appreciated.

My email: candanosaj@bellsouth.net.



Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
20 Aug 2007 /  #2
Are you still in contact with her ?
sledz 23 | 2,250  
20 Aug 2007 /  #3
I live in the United States, but I'm from Mexico. My legal status in the US is currently not good, you know what I mean.

Ya, your a criminal that broke the law and living here illegally
Jambo 2 | 106  
20 Aug 2007 /  #4
You cannot come to the UK and get married to her as she is not a UK citizen so whoever told you that is wrong. She can only be in the UK living and working as she is a Polish citizen and Poland is part of the EU. In the EU there is freedom of movement and labour between EU countries which is why there is so many Polish people in the UK.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
20 Aug 2007 /  #5
You cannot come to the UK and get married to her as she is not a UK citizen so whoever told you that is wrong.

It is possible to marry a Polish person in the UK. It might not be possible for Jonny to gain entry into the UK.
Firestorm 6 | 400  
20 Aug 2007 /  #6
He Cant..

Because he isnt a british Citizen. And Nor is She.
If they married and she came to work here.
That would be diff.

Besides. We have enough flag wavers here.
Every bloody flag except the Union Jack. That one they Burn. * Rolls eyes *
OP Jonny 1 | 16  
21 Aug 2007 /  #7
Yes, I'm sorry I didn't choose to be illegal. I consider US my country, I've been living here since I was a kid. I don't want to talk about that because not many people understand, because they haven't been in the situation, and I hope they never will, because is a living hell.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
21 Aug 2007 /  #8
ok let me get this straight, your a 'mexican' living in the 'USA' wanting to come to the 'UK' so you can marry a 'Polish girl' How about having some pride in Mexico!!!!! and if you've not seen here for a while then you can live without her, 'FACT'. If you want a green card get it without using somebody, or go back to Mexico and help out instead of running away
OP Jonny 1 | 16  
21 Aug 2007 /  #9
Yes wroclaw, I have been in contact with her ever since she left. We don't have to go to UK, I just need advice on what would be the best way to be with her. I don't know, go to Poland marry her there, wait a couple years while I get residency, I don't know, like I said I need advice from people that is real, that understands the feeling of loving someone who is far away, and you want to do something but you don't know how to. I'm sure there is someone out there who can help me. She is willing to do whatever it takes, and I'm willing to take the risk with her. Please advice. Thanx.

No maybe you don't understand. I have nothing to do in Mexico. I feel proud of my roots, but all my family is here in the US. I have built my life Here. I don't have a life in Mexico. I don't want to go to UK for Green card. I love this woman, it doesn't matter if she lives in Spain, Russia, or in the moon, I don't care. I would prefer to be an illegal all my life than using somebody to get a green card.

Sorry but you misunderstood.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
21 Aug 2007 /  #10
Sorry but you misunderstood.

ok i apologise for my misunderstanding, however if your an illegal you need throwing out of what ever country you come to settle in europe, i'm sorry mate but i don't go for this illegal stuff.

Good luck with your woman but i hope they kick you out of a country if your there illegally, its nothing personal against you its against all illegals.

thanks

T
sledz 23 | 2,250  
21 Aug 2007 /  #11
If you didnt want to talk about it way did you bring it up??

You will get no sympthay here! Did you see that what happened to your immigration
activist Elvira Arellano yesterday?

I`ll refresh your memory shes like you snuk into the country then got caught
twice working illegally has a baby and wants amnesty!

well you see even if you hide in a church for a year the INS dont care,

dumb B--h goes flys to LA and starts spouting her mouth off on t.v.

Look at her now!! Deported never to return

and soon you hopefully to follow

usatoday.com/news/nation/2007-08-20-immigration-activist_N. htm?csp=34
OP Jonny 1 | 16  
21 Aug 2007 /  #12
its against all illegals.

I accept your apology, and thanx for the good luck wish with my girlfriend. If I'm going to be kicked out I will, but that's in God's hands now.

I hope you never get in a situation like this though! Good luck to you!

sledz I think you got the wrong forum.
this is not the kkk or the minuteman forum
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
21 Aug 2007 /  #13
If I'm going to be kicked out I will, but that's in God's hands now.
I hope you never get in a situation like this though! Good luck to you!

thank you for the good luck, i'm glad you understand my position on that, you reacted in a very mature manner, which i respect you for greatly.
sledz 23 | 2,250  
21 Aug 2007 /  #14
Rules dont apply to you mexicans huh?

Did you know if a pole overstays thier visa they cant come back for 10 years!

all you have to do is swim across the border!

Get out of my country you criminal!!!!!!!!!!!!!

sledz I think you got the wrong forum.
this is not the kkk or the minuteman forum

I have many Mexican friends that came here the legal way

and they dont have respect for the wetback

move to tornados country, thell learn fast
Daisy 3 | 1,225  
21 Aug 2007 /  #15
move to tornados country

WTF?
sledz 23 | 2,250  
21 Aug 2007 /  #16
Yeah right, sorry I wouldnt want to put that scurge on you guys

I cant Imagine them being well receptive in the UK either
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
21 Aug 2007 /  #17
I cant Imagine them being well receptive in the UK either

your probably right, people don't like illegals in the UK as much as anywhere else
OP Jonny 1 | 16  
21 Aug 2007 /  #18
I really don't want to bother anyone! I apologize to you sledz. If I ever go to Poland of UK I'm going to do it the right way. I didn't come here illigaly. I'm not a wetback. I'm looking for advice to go to my girlfriend. I don't want to be the reason for you all to start arguing or being offensive to each other.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
21 Aug 2007 /  #19
Jonny,

This might seem like a dumb question, but would you be traveling on a Mexican passport or a US passport ?
If you want to visit either the UK or Poland you will have to make enquieries at the relevant embassy.
If they don't let you into the UK or Poland, and you are sent back, you'll have big problems back in the USA.

I think you have to resolve your status in the USA before you do anything else.

..................................
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
21 Aug 2007 /  #20
wroclaw is right. Unless you have a dodgy illegal passport..If you leave the US you may never get back in if you have been illegal, then if things dont work out in the UK or wherever else, you will have no choice but to go back to Mexico. This happened to a Polish friend of mine who lived in the US for 7 years and had his own business there.. he was married to an American and awaiting a green card, but was working illegally in the meantime. He went back to Poland for 2 weeks and they wouldnt let him back in.. this was 3 years ago and he's still waiting.
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
21 Aug 2007 /  #21
it sounds like Jonny didn't choose to come to the US on his own as an adult. His parents are the ones who brought him over when he was a kid. Should Johnny be blamed for this? What should he do now? Should he go back on his own? I can see his dilemma.

Jonny, the person who can answer your question is an immigration lawyer here in the US. Just ask them for a free consultation. You should definitely try to get legal residency somewhere if you're not going to live in Mexico. There are countries that make it easier for people to become a legal resident and also to get married. The lawyer would know which ones.
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
21 Aug 2007 /  #22
That's good advice Shewolf. I am not sure whether he has ANY residency status, even from Mexico (by which I mean with ID/passport etc). Before he even thinks about where to marry his GF in Europe he needs that initial status. If it's Mexico then he runs the risk of never returning to the US if he has to leave to get those documents. That's a big risk that only he can assess against completion of the first step on settling down with his GF.
espana 17 | 910  
21 Aug 2007 /  #23
this is not the kkk

si

What should he do now?

go back to mejico lindo

Should Johnny be blamed for this?

yes
OP Jonny 1 | 16  
21 Aug 2007 /  #24
Ok. Of course I would have to go back to my country and issue a visa to go to Poland if required. The same to go to England. I know that I won't be able to come back to the US. I'm willing to take that risk. My brothers are legal, and I have an application for residency here, but it is a 13 year wait. Thank you shewolf because that's exactly what happend I was following my parents. I didn't really know what we were doing. Everybody is focusing in my legal status in this country, but what I really want to know is what is the best way to be with my girlfriend. I know that you are not laywers, but maybe you know more from experience. Like how long would it take to get residency in Poland if I marry my girlfriend there? would I be able to work? stuff like that.
Jambo 2 | 106  
21 Aug 2007 /  #25
It is possible to marry a Polish person in the UK. It might not be possible for Jonny to gain entry into the UK.

It is certainly not possible for a non UK resident to marry another non UK resident in the UK. In any event the question is academic as he would not be allowed in the UK. I would have thought his best bet is to go to Poland and marry her in Poland if that makes him a Polish resident/Polish passport holder and I do not know the answer to that. However that almost certainly means he cannot go back to the US.
OP Jonny 1 | 16  
21 Aug 2007 /  #26
Thank you Jambo that's what I'm going to persuit
Jambo 2 | 106  
21 Aug 2007 /  #27
Well good luck and let us know how you get on. Love conquers all.
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
21 Aug 2007 /  #28
If you look in the "Living in Poland" section, you'll find people who have asked a similar question and people have explained things. I remember them saying it's hard to get married in Poland if you're not a citizen and that it might be better to do it in a different country.
Firestorm 6 | 400  
21 Aug 2007 /  #29
Wroclaw

How can he get into Poland from there.. Without a Visa..??
And he cant come to Uk without one..

I Have to agree. That he needs to stabalise his residency someplace first..
or he's up the proverbial creek paddle less.

I was following my parents.

Im curious..
Did they enter the Us legally..?
If so.
Can you appeal to immigration on those grounds..??
As a Minor your not legally responsible.
But now you are..

You definately need to seek professional advice..
peterweg 37 | 2,319  
22 Aug 2007 /  #30
It is certainly not possible for a non UK resident to marry another non UK resident in the UK. In any event the question is academic as he would not be allowed in the UK. I would have thought his best bet is to go to Poland and marry her in Poland if that makes him a Polish resident/Polish passport holder and I do not know the answer to that. However that almost certainly means he cannot go back to the US.

This seems like the best advice. Coming to the UK is a problem if you want support from the state to live. If your wife can support you it would be much better

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