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How can I stay for longer than 90 days in Poland?


michaelmansun 11 | 135  
30 Sep 2008 /  #1
This whole Schengen thing really is ridiculous. What is this thing really about? Schengen? And why would Poland join such a thing?
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
1 Oct 2008 /  #2
And why would Poland join such a thing?

So people could move between countries without any problems ?
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
1 Oct 2008 /  #3
This whole Schengen thing really is ridiculous. What is this thing really about? Schengen? And why would Poland join such a thing

Why, because it doesn't benefit you? If you don't like it go back to where you come from, simple as that really!
OP michaelmansun 11 | 135  
1 Oct 2008 /  #4
Uh, Shelly. That sounds like a frumpy American girl name. So, you live outside of Poland, carry an American passport most likely and so are in a position to say "Love Schengen or Leave It" as you also carry a Polish Passport because Mom an Pop are Polish immigrants to Chicago or NYC. Is that about right?
ukpolska  
1 Oct 2008 /  #5
This whole Schengen thing really is ridiculous. What is this thing really about? Schengen? And why would Poland join such a thing?

I could repeat the same question to you regarding the unfair visa system in the US for Poles.

Why, because it doesn't benefit you? If you don't like it go back to where you come from, simple as that really!

She says it as it is, just plain facts...the world doesn't revolve around the US to suit it's needs.
laurent - | 3  
1 Oct 2008 /  #6
hi

do like everybody from other part of europe are doing ,get married, It seems to work for peoples from asian, africa, Eastern europe.. .Good luck
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
1 Oct 2008 /  #7
Is that about right?

Wrong, correct, wrong, correct, wrong, wrong wrong wrong!

She says it as it is, just plain facts...the world doesn't revolve around the US to suit it's needs

Yep :)
dcchris 8 | 432  
1 Oct 2008 /  #8
dont worry eventually they will have the same thing in north america. i like the shengen. it makes sense. they should expand it further
OP michaelmansun 11 | 135  
2 Oct 2008 /  #9
Schengen is fine for dropping border controls..etc..free movement..etc..that is not my point at all. My point is simply that Schengen is a piece of **** legislation in that it tries to make Europe exclusive to Europeans. It appears to attempt to make even more sure that anyone not from the EU will not have time to perhaps find some way to settle down in Europe..to meet someone and get married for example. How would a foreigner come to Europe, meet someone and decide to get married all within 90 days? IT doesn't happen..cannot happen. It creates a kind of inbreeding. Again, I lived in Poland for 6 years. My ex-wife is Polish and has American Citizenship thanks to me. I never got citizenship in Poland because Polish law is so fu*cking restrictive. Now, don't preach to me about USA law vs European law. Europe is actually clown town...and I wish we had let the Nazis have their way with all of you. We did let the Russians have at Poland. hee ;-)

Shelly is a tool. If not a frumpy American, probably a hag-faced Brit. Correct, not wrong, not wrong, correct again. All very correct.

The world does in fact revolve around the US to suit its needs in many ways because the world needs our military to stave off threats. Now you would say there would be no threat but for the threats that the US creates which affect us all, and that is a very convenient self deception. It is convenient for the world to allow us to have bases everywhere and for us to fight terrorists for you while you invest your Euros in building walls between you and Monico. Let our military in...sure..come fight for us...but keep your civilians out.

We will never have Schengen in North America. The Canadians dont want it and the Mexicans are just too damn plentiful and poor. They would swamp us. Its not like bringing all the small countries of Europe together. It would be like trying to bring three Europes together. Never happen.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
2 Oct 2008 /  #10
How would a foreigner come to Europe, meet someone and decide to get married all within 90 days?

Can't get a girlfriend in the good old U S of A? Ya tramp!

. Europe is actually clown town...

Is that why you are sooooooooooooooooo desparate to stay? I hope they kick your fat yank arse back to where you wense came from! you scabby dog fart!

Shelly is a tool.

It's a name actually. And it's spelt Shelley not Shelly

probably a hag-faced Brit

That's the one, but unlike you I don't have to travel across the world to get laid, blimey, you must be a minger! But I suppose if you flash enough cash at some poor farm girl she's eventually give in!
inkrakow  
2 Oct 2008 /  #11
michaelmansun
What is it that you don't understand about why you don't seem to be welcome here? ;)
ukpolska  
2 Oct 2008 /  #12
Wow you really up your own arse aren't you !!!!
Thank god Polish women will be spared from your self opinionated narrow minded crap, just like you ex-wife seems to have extracted herself from.
dcchris 8 | 432  
2 Oct 2008 /  #13
really if u dont like it here in europe than why complain? LEAVE
OP michaelmansun 11 | 135  
2 Oct 2008 /  #14
just like you ex-wife seems to have extracted herself from.

I threw my wife out and divorced her. She came up with VD and I found out she had been sleeping with a murzyn. A typical Polish village girl I flashed some cash at...just as you described...until she got to the US and the oxygen hit her brain.

No reply? Jeszcze Polska.
What is it that you don't understand about why you don't seem to be welcome here? ;)

Then send your 2 million relatives in Chicago airplane tickets and get them out of my country. They are not welcome either.
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
2 Oct 2008 /  #15
The world does in fact revolve around the US to suit its needs in many ways because the world needs our military to stave off threats.

That's what America is for, boy. You do your job and as a token of gratitude you may stay in EU for 90 days at a time.
Guest  
3 Oct 2008 /  #16
I threw my wife out and divorced her.

Then send your 2 million relatives in Chicago airplane tickets and get them out of my country. They are not welcome either.

What a loser! Why do you even bother to be a member of this forum
after all this? Looking for another village girl?
dcchris 8 | 432  
3 Oct 2008 /  #17
Why do you even bother to be a member of this forum

cmon we need kicking boys after all...
sobieski 107 | 2,128  
3 Oct 2008 /  #18
With your border controls whose style is about the same to any Gestapo or NKVD treatment, I do not not think you Yank have a lot to complain about.

Ever wondered how Europeans are treated in the USA ?
You could always move to Iraq. After all they are not in Schengen. And finally, you think Anercian citizenship is the ultimate dream of most Europeans? Would not touch an Anercian passport from miles away personally.
OP michaelmansun 11 | 135  
3 Oct 2008 /  #19
Now Poles say that. I remember when Poles stood outside the US Embassy in huge crowds during Green Card Lotteries. It was so funny. And some would cry when they didnt win. I just sat there and laughed.

Yes, the American border controls are tough on everyone. I tried to enter from Canada through New York and the ******** kept me for 3 hours, stripped my car down and threatened a body cavity search. Total ********. I agree.

No, what I can do since I work for myself is live wherever I want. The EU and especially Poland are not that attractive to live in. The wages are still very low compared to the US, the taxes very high, the bureaucracy stiffling, the people afraid of each other, the weather terrible most of the time, the streets littered with Turks, the gypsies and African refugees standing around waiting to rob you, and unemployment high, high, did I say even higher than the US will ever be.

Europe is a nice place to visit, to hang out, but not to live for longer than 90 days anyway. There are other places, especially other places other than Poland. I love Croatia. It is a much nicer country than Poland ever thought of being and the people are friendlier. I have friends in Poland, but they have grown arrogant since EU admission. We are in Europe now! We were ALWAYS in Europe! BS. So is Russia. So is the Ukraine. Warsaw sucks. Everyone knows that. Poznan and Krakow are nice. But overall, there is really nothing charming about Poland, but there is a lot to be disappointed with if you stay there long enough. There is nothing to do, no good jobs, and just a bunch of drunken tourists there to drink beer and sleep with Polish girls. ****, you can go to London now! Woohoo!! yeah they pay Poles less there. Heck I can go to London and live for 6 months and travel throughout the EU as often as I want! Americans are not restricted. You just think we are. We own the world...and we are installing nuclear weapons on your sacred Polish soil. Now who owns who? Polish boys...I'm coming soon..to sleep with your sisters. :-))
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
6 Oct 2008 /  #20
Europe is a nice place to visit, to hang out, but not to live for longer than 90 days anyway.

So why post this thread?

and we are installing nuclear weapons

It's a defence sheild actually.
ukpolska  
6 Oct 2008 /  #21
I have friends in Poland, but they have grown arrogant since EU admission.

What you mean they are not subservient to the ideology of the US dream, which in turn dismisses your status, and you have to revert back to the insignificant person that you normally are..

the bureaucracy stiffling

Only to ignoramuses who buck the system and expect the gold carpet treatment, you should try France if you think Poland is hard.

Polish boys...I'm coming soon..to sleep with your sisters.

I think you would be better to try the Polish boys as you have dismally failed with the Polish girls lol

But overall, there is really nothing charming about Poland, but there is a lot to be disappointed with if you stay there long enough.

Been here for eight years and it's been fukcing dandy for me in running my own business here, I have a beautiful wife and fantastic daughter along with amazingly helpful Polish relatives.

You seem to be a very sad and lonely middle aged man searching to blame someone or something else for your fukcups, we are all adults and make decisions everyday that sometimes work and sometimes fail... it's how we deal with them that make us better, or in your case bitter !!!

It's about time someone kicked you up the ass and told you to grow up and take responsibility for your own actions and not blame it on everyone else.
mafketis 29 | 9,982  
6 Oct 2008 /  #22
some would cry when they didnt win. I just sat there and laughed

Wow, not everyone would be so .... open in admitting to such negative, sociopathic feelings.
On the one hand, thanks for sharing (I guess) but we really don't need to know every nasty emotion you experience.
OP michaelmansun 11 | 135  
8 Sep 2009 /  #23
I understand perfectly. Polish men are buffoons, and Polish women are all ******.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455  
8 Sep 2009 /  #24
Has our friend TJ123 came back to rant about how absolutely unfair everything is?
Bzibzioh  
9 Sep 2009 /  #25
LOL

No, but apparently we have another American clown here. Lucky us!
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455  
9 Sep 2009 /  #26
Heck I can go to London and live for 6 months and travel throughout the EU as often as I want! Americans are not restricted. You just think we are.

No you can't. Just because the UK gives you a stamp for 6 months doesn't mean that you can travel throughout the entire EU for 6 months - you're still subject to the 90/180 day Schengen limit for a start.

As for not being restricted - why does the UK turn back quite a few Americans every year? And let's not forget the amount of people deported/banned from the Schengen zone...

It's got to be said - the Americans that come to Poland to make something of themselves are wonderful people. But the ones who failed are terribly bitter people, and I can only assume that failing to comply with immigration restrictions is the reason...

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