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Getting married to a Polish Citizen in the UK


immigration111  
23 Aug 2007 /  #271
can anyone tell me wat to do?. i am in love with a polish girl who i think loves me too. we have been together for a little less than a year and were thinking of getting married. am on a visit visa and she reside here in the uk. she has a steady job and her place of accomodation. we have both agreed on going back to my country to get married but was worried if she have to do anything here in terms of establishment b4 we procced or her job and accomodation proves are all that we need to show back home when am applying? all advice welcome. also did anyone knows what nationality i will end up having? polish or english?
szarlotka  
23 Aug 2007 /  #272
It's all on the home office visas section website. Read this first and then navigate around the site. The key to it is not your status but your GF's in that she has to prove that she is 'settled' in the UK. Good luck - as long as this is genuine of course.

ukvisas.gov.uk/servlet/Front?pagename=OpenMarket/Xcelerate/ShowPage&c=Page&cid=1018721068382#Q6
immigration111  
24 Aug 2007 /  #273
am not realy keen on where to stay, i know it sounds foolish but all i want is to stay with her and its never a good thing for we to go back to my country cos she cant cope of wich i can. but all we want is to stay together. i am a nigerian and dont mind staying back there or poland or uk. as long as there is a job to feed on. all i want is a yes or no answers and if possible what kind of proves will she need to show she is settled here? all advice welcome
Indian Man  
4 Sep 2007 /  #274
Rupinder , i'm sure you are indian , and pls dont bad things about ur country INDIA.
gis plate me khate ho usi me ched karte ho , Bad manners
rana  
10 Sep 2007 /  #275
i have a polish internet friend from last 7 month, i am indian and live in india. we want to see each other. she is working in uk. where should i apply for a visa to uk or poland? she is ready to see me anywhere. what shoul i do?
szarlotka  
10 Sep 2007 /  #276
what shoul i do?

It is probably just as easy to get a tourist visa to either country. Since she is in the UK it probably makes sense to come here to see her.
rana  
10 Sep 2007 /  #277
thanks for your reply but don't you think polish visa is easy to get then british of us
szarlotka  
10 Sep 2007 /  #278
Getting a tourist visa for the UK for an Indian citizen is easy. If you are looking for anything other than a tourist visa then things will be different. How long do you want to visit for?
rana  
10 Sep 2007 /  #279
may be yes... i am looking for just a visa for about 7-10 days as i am busy in my job as well. can't stay more than 10 days. thanks for your interest
Indian  
10 Sep 2007 /  #280
To the "knob head" who mentioned rot about Indians and Pakisthanis. Let me tell you something. We Indians are much more educated, refined and well mannered than you poles in general. This I am emphasizing after visiting Poland. I personally do not have anything against the poles but I am well aware of my country's potential. So go and **** a cow, will ya?
szarlotka  
20 Sep 2007 /  #281
So go and **** a cow

I thought this was frowned upon in India
hsnaslam  
25 Sep 2007 /  #282
i want to mariee u
rami  
30 Sep 2007 /  #283
hi all, im a Lebanese guy, and im just mariied to polish girl who lives in uk. wev met in london,we were in the same class of english,(my visa was visitor)we have got married in lebanon , and now she is in london, id like to hear more opinions about this situation, what shall i do?shall i go to poland or london? she is now continuing her course in london. i was thinking if i can apply again to the uk embassy as a student and one of the benefits may be that my wife is polish,then we will finish all what they need for residency. there is another way, if i apply to poland, but i have nothing to do there,specially her parents live in london,and im not looking for staying in poland.last one i thought aboiut it was applying to the uk embasy with reason that my wife lives there.... please i need further informations, uim glad to hear from you. RAMI
sweet heart  
2 Oct 2007 /  #284
hi to every one so i'm a man from morocoo i'm 26 years my name is rachid i have diploma in univercity section law and i'm looking for a woman from poland who want to get married the age not important to me if u are intersting to me this my msn :bekham32@hotmail mobile phone:0021270984839
tabu6666  
6 Oct 2007 /  #285
i am southindian girl, studing in wifiz, biylstok poland . looking for man who is interested in serious relation, understanding, broad minded ,caring , loving and looking for marriage .

if interested please mail me on perk6666@yahoo.co.in, tabu6666@rediffmail.com
MAGDA IN CREWE  
21 Oct 2007 /  #286
Hi, I am a polish girl and I want to marry a Pakistani guy. We are both working and staying in UK. He has a valid visa for work (in uk) which finishes early 2009. We r planning to marry in November 2008. I just wanted to ask will he be allowed to stay in Britain as my husband after his visa expires and would he be allowed to work for NHS?

I really dont know whom should I ask this, please please help!
adilski  
21 Oct 2007 /  #287
peace, marriag is for life not just for papers (passport) those girls or guys marrying soemone who has a student vsa in uk or usa should be careful? lots of cases of marriage with eu citizens for uk nationality
jareck8  
22 Oct 2007 /  #288
my friend wake up.. this is reality.....
sapphire  
22 Oct 2007 /  #289
Hi, I am a polish girl and I want to marry a Pakistani guy. We are both working and staying in UK. He has a valid visa for work (in uk) which finishes early 2009. We r planning to marry in November 2008. I just wanted to ask will he be allowed to stay in Britain as my husband after his visa expires and would he be allowed to work for NHS?
I really dont know whom should I ask this, please please help

Might I suggest you ask the Home Office. To the best of my knowledge he wont neccessarily have the right to remain in the UK just because you got married.. and this would even apply if you were British. Also the fact that you are planning to get married just a few months before his visa expires will look very dodgy. I am no expert though, so I would advise you to contact Immigration for the exact laws on this.. otherwise you could be in for a nasty shock.... the best option would be for him to try and renew his work visa for a few more years.
jareck8  
22 Oct 2007 /  #290
solicitors are your best bet, they get updates from the home office, but do your own research becasue solicitors would want to charge you as much as they can...
honest  
29 Oct 2007 /  #291
hi all
i need a life partner . any one can help me ?

im a m-30

i am pakistani guy want to marry polish girl to go in uk for best future.
ShelleyS  
29 Oct 2007 /  #292
Hi, I am a polish girl and I want to marry a Pakistani guy. We are both working and staying in UK. He has a valid visa for work (in uk) which finishes early 2009. We r planning to marry in November 2008. I just wanted to ask will he be allowed to stay in Britain as my husband after his visa expires and would he be allowed to work for NHS?
I really dont know whom should I ask this, please please help!

Answer is simple - NO he will not be allowed to stay in the UK, suggest you both go and live in Poland - without sounding really racist - we have enough pakis coming over here without the Polish bringing them over too!
jareck8  
29 Oct 2007 /  #293
i am pakistani guy want to marry polish girl to go in uk for best future.

yes you want a polish gurl or any one who has european nationality for passport reasons... remmeber just becasue there is an influx of polish women and everyone is talking about them doesnt mean they are there for the taking....

Answer is simple - NO he will not be allowed to stay in the UK, suggest you both go and live in Poland - without sounding really racist - we have enough pakis coming over here without the Polish bringing them over too!

thats a bit harsh.... but in general terms here shoul be a cap on immigration for only one reason.. problems of overcrowding.. this is affecting peoples lives living here...
z_darius  
29 Oct 2007 /  #294
There are no myths.

You get married in the UK with a Polish citizen and the marriage will be a valid marriage recognized all over the world, including in Poland (of course). Period. The marriage ceremony and required documentation is always as per the country where the ceremony takes place.

As for Polish citizenship, it won't be automatic, but should you decide you need it, it's pretty much a formality, albeit on occasion a lengthy one.

Some other comments here deal with non-EU citizens marrying a Polish (or other EU citizen) in order to get their residence papers and such. That's a different kettle of fish.
ShelleyS  
29 Oct 2007 /  #295
thats a bit harsh....

Just being honest Jareck -

In general Pakis will go back to pakistan and bring home a husband or wife then the whole 'chain immigration" starts wherein other family members will start to come to live in the UK - we just dont have the room here we are already over 60 million and thats not an exact figure - if Polish people want to marry people from these kind of countries then they should go and live in either in their country or go back to make a life in Poland and before anyone jumps on me about the whole EU things and that Polish people are legally allowed to work in the UK, then thats fine - but dont be bringing half of the 3rd world population here.
AvJoeUK  
29 Oct 2007 /  #296
Wow this thread really brings the worms out of the woodwork :)
miranda  
29 Oct 2007 /  #297
that's what I was thinking.

Hi Shell;)
ShelleyS  
29 Oct 2007 /  #298
Wow this thread really brings the worms out of the woodwork :)

How rude, I have been a member of PF for over a year...

Hi Shell;)

Elo A :)
miranda  
29 Oct 2007 /  #299
Elo A :)

I hope you are well ?
jareck8  
29 Oct 2007 /  #300
In general Pakis will go back to pakistan and bring home a husband or wife then the whole 'chain immigration" starts wherein other family members will start to come to live in the UK - we just dont have the room here we are already over 60 million and thats not an exact figure - if Polish people want to marry people from these kind of countries then they should go and live in either in their country or go back to make a life in Poland and before anyone jumps on me about the whole EU things and that Polish people are legally allowed to work in the UK, then thats fine - but dont be bringing half of the 3rd world population here.

its very rational your thought as long as you are basing it on the idea that UK cannot accomdate additional people, the only thing to remember if the UK ouldnt thenthey wouldnt allow people from new EU countries in, the other point that can be raised is that those people who have entred the EU meet the 'stereo typical' view of a capitalistic european... dont get me wrong... there shouldnt be a question of race but a question of space..

if you look at how the brits wen tto already overcrowded india the soldiers evtually took their women and the chain continued.. immigration is a natural phenoomena but we should be able to control..

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