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Getting married to a Polish Citizen in the UK


ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
29 Oct 2007 /  #301
I hope you are well ?

I am thanks you very much

as long as you are basing it on the idea that UK cannot accomdate additional people

No we cannot accommodate more people from 3rd world countries who have very little to offer.

the only thing to remember if the UK ouldnt thenthey wouldnt allow people from new EU countries in

We opened the doors in good faith, I really dont think that the government thought people would come in the numbers that they have, our mistake, but hopefully lessons learnt.

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

I think people think the streets are paved with gold and instantly the government will pay for everything!.

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..

Yes we colonised India - its a rather large place I think they had room for us :) Yes soilders that were posted in India took their families and paid local people to work for them, thus providing jobs for the locals - the colonial houses are still standing and Indians living in them now, so if you think about it we provided them with nice houses too, we put in place a reasonable infrastructure for the time - we traded als In general most british didnt particularly like the life in India 100% because of the drawbacks - heat, ill health due to food........etc Most came home after making their fortune....
ssss  
29 Oct 2007 /  #302
we have the same problem i hope very thing will be fine with you tow
adilski 2 | 105  
29 Oct 2007 /  #303
anyone marrying polish gurls for papers beware... especially the pakistanis and indians, there are so many of them floating around and they think polish girls are an easy catch

you shouldn't use people at all.. deep down your intentions are British passport and the vulnerable girls dont see through that

some 'lebanese' guy on here said he got married in his country u know why.. becasue in the uk visitors cannot marry thats why he forced th epoor girl to go back to his country...

disgraceful behaviour
pkoltep  
8 Nov 2007 /  #304
TO Shelleys.

take it with right spirit. I am not the one who hates anyone for any reason.

It seems shelly you have seen only one side of the coin or only knw the things which you have been told, I really feel surprised by the views, which you have expressed, if you really want to knw wht india was before brits entered india visit Country India profile on Wikipedia. Besides its not that brits provided nice houses to indians, indians were so open minded towards them and allowed thm to be a part of society, which after with their ability they became the governers of the society. Dont forget one thing India's history goes back to thousands of years and is enriched with social values and culture for indians wealth was just part of material life, not forgetting to mention after visit from brits its all changed

Brits left india only after they made sure that there is nothing left anymore to take and they gifted india with kashmir issue, Hindu Muslim issues and similarly several of those.

Another view to look at the immigration can be - In UK there is really lack of skilled people and tax payers, at the moment Uk's economy is surviving on immigrants, to confirm please make efforts to check how much effective contribution immigrants are having , in this 21st centuray u should get over this limited thinking and broaden your thinking
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
8 Nov 2007 /  #305
TO Shelleys.

Well, like I alway say, if India and Pakistan are such wonderful countries, why do people risk their lives in crowded boats to get into the UK illegally and why go back to the "home land" for a wife / husband.

Hmm next you will be telling me that everyone has an education and live in a house with electricity and hot and cold running water!.

My thinking is quite broad thats why I know that poverty is rife in both of these countries and that they are corrupt and pretty dangerous places live....
jareck8  
8 Nov 2007 /  #306
its not as you described but i think there si some truth, human nature encourages us to be greedy, the brits were greedy when they went to india and egypt and turkey and africa, now the individuals in these countries have an element of greed which they are expressing.. people need to follow values and morals,

marrying for papers is not good because marriage is a loving relationship that should last.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
9 Nov 2007 /  #307
Most of Europe was greedy Jarek, we were not the only ones - the French and Dutch did quite nicely too :)

marrying for papers is not good because marriage is a loving relationship that should last.

how about marrying a cousin that you have never met who lives in a different country and has been brought up on a different culture?
jareck8  
9 Nov 2007 /  #308
i dont know to much about this, my aunties told me that they used to have arranged marriages before the first world war and within families, no we are not asian!

its a bit weird marrying a cousin because i heard there could be some defects.. but from what i know about this the people can have a loving relationship, if the culture is different there still must be some similarities
milena  
9 Nov 2007 /  #309
Hi everyone,Im Polish and i have the same problem with my boyfriend who is Kurdish-Iraq, we are together for over a year now and he is in UK as an asylium seeker, he applyed for his British citizenship 3years ago but it wasn't sukcesfull. Im wondering about our future we live together and make really good partners.. We LOVE each other and we want to get married. What should we do?? Did anyone heard something about how to make his stay in UK legal?? Thx for any advices xx
serpico 3 | 19  
9 Nov 2007 /  #310
milena which city are you in?
milena  
10 Nov 2007 /  #311
HI serpico Im near London:)
Krishnakali  
11 Nov 2007 /  #312
Hi Sorry please change the subject line as i don't know where to click for a new topic.

I am an Indian Citizen and came to USA in H1B visa for Working.My Husband is in UK and he is working in UK.Now i want to go to UK for 2 weeks to see my Husband...Can anybody tell me which type of visa i should go for...One more thing do i have to apply the visa online and also do i need any invitation letter or bank statements...

Thanks,
Moumita
shimmynose  
11 Nov 2007 /  #313
goodluck to all the couples that have found love
my heart goes out to you
i too cannot be with my love polish because i am in south africa and he is in the uk
u guys can get married anywhere in the wrld it just costs money alot because of flight etc
the all u need to do is apply for a family permit if u need to go to the uk
its called an eea familt permit which u can get from the british embasey

take care and good luck
miranda  
11 Nov 2007 /  #314
.Can anybody tell me which type of visa i should go for...One more thing do i have to apply the visa online and also do i need any invitation letter or bank statements...

As far as I know if you have a Canadian passport you will not nee visa to UK.
international.gc.ca/global/errors/404.asp?404%3B
maeci.gc.ca/canada-europa/united_kingdom/embassy5-en.asp
milena  
11 Nov 2007 /  #315
Hi everyone,Im Polish and i have the same problem with my boyfriend who is Kurdish-Iraq, we are together for over a year now and he is in UK as an asylium seeker, he applyed for his British citizenship 3years ago but it wasn't sukcesfull. Im wondering about our future we live together and make really good partners.. We LOVE each other and we want to get married. What should we do?? Did anyone heard something about how to make his stay in UK legal?? Thx for any advices xx

Anyone can help??
bamba  
27 Nov 2007 /  #316
hi my name is bamba i wont mard good and lavley gir to live in uk im 32 y
wildrover 98 | 4,436  
27 Nov 2007 /  #317
BUST AV LOOK DO YO Banbo...YUT SHAD HOVE NUN TREBLE FEENDING A LALVLY GIR....YUR VISAA MUSTLY GOON NOO YUS...???
jareck8  
28 Nov 2007 /  #318
Hi everyone,Im Polish and i have the same problem with my boyfriend who is Kurdish-Iraq, we are together for over a year now and he is in UK as an asylium seeker, he applyed for his British citizenship 3years ago but it wasn't sukcesfull. Im wondering about our future we live together and make really good partners.. We LOVE each other and we want to get married. What should we do?? Did anyone heard something about how to make his stay in UK legal?? Thx for any advices xx

Anyone can help??

i dont like to judge, but i have said a few times to the girls who have been brought up in poland, i know soemtimes you are looking for a companion and there arent that many polish men but be careful before engage in a serious relationship with people who are foreign espeically those on asylum... remember they have a need to marry you.. there must be love and affection but ask them if they had real papers would they be with you.. look at their family or friends and you will understand what i am saying
AvJoeUK  
28 Nov 2007 /  #319
Rover your Rastafarian be IRIE
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
29 Nov 2007 /  #320
he applyed for his British citizenship 3years ago but it wasn't sukcesfull

then he should have been deported.

Did anyone heard something about how to make his stay in UK legal

He failed, its time for him to go back...
lennyd  
29 Nov 2007 /  #321
careful before engage in a serious relationship with people who are foreign

it's a bit xenophobic for you to say isn't it ? if british said that poles on here would call them racists
davidintampafl - | 1  
11 Dec 2007 /  #322
well my problem is similar to alex`s but we live in the us.we got married here and we plan to go2 europe im guessing poland first but i dont even have polish visa im a colombian in the us with a political assylum that came up being a failure !! what do u think i can do
karun  
16 Dec 2007 /  #323
hi,
my mum is here on visitor visa, now she found someone who she wants to get married, she is from india, does she need to go back in her country for getting married, or its possible for her to get married in uk, because the guy she wants to marry has got british passport.
IUFGH  
16 Dec 2007 /  #324
hi i have been with my iraqi kurd partner for 6 years.when i met him, we fell in love,and he did not tell me about his immigration matters.out of respect.he later told me that-he loved me and didnt want me to help him to stay here.after 3 years he was told that his asylum requst had been refused.i found this out through a mutual friend.we appealed and after a long wait,earlier this year he was granted indefinate leave to remain.yippee.many many times i begged him that if we got married maybe it would help.but he is a proud guy and said once he got his papers we could talk about marriage.i had heard that the best way was to go to jordan to get married.

SO COULD PEOPLE PLEASE STOP SLAGGING OFF ASYLUM SEEKERS, AS THEY ARE NOT ALL THE SAME,MARRYING FOR PAPERS!!!!!!!

SHELLYS.......THAT IS HARSH.THINK ITS TIME FOR YOU TO CLOSE IT.DONT UPSET THE GIRL.
taizy35  
17 Dec 2007 /  #325
i want to get married with a nice, loving and caring grl.
i am a Pakistani National but setteled in Middle East.
my contact taizy35@gmail
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
17 Dec 2007 /  #326
SHELLYS.......THAT IS HARSH.THINK ITS TIME FOR YOU TO CLOSE IT.DONT UPSET THE GIRL.

? take ya povy asylum seeker back to Poland, we dont want them here....pure and simple they are a drain on society and have no place here!!! he has contributed nothing since he has been in the country and lets face it - he's probably lying about his status - just another wanting a free ride in the UK!!!!
anti benifits  
18 Dec 2007 /  #327
Shelly babes, you are not the law, you dont want them here, ask you government to put a ban on immigrants and asylem seekers

and also ask your fellow citizens to get some science and hi tech degrees. as these are the area where is skill shortage exist in UK. also ask fellow to stop taking micky mouse courses in unis or hodie culture your got for run away students.

asylem seekers aside, there are huge high skilled migrants who support the ecomony. UK dont have skilled workers anymore to support the economy me and the benefit lot who stay on these benefits for life which at present mostly rely on these experts on shore here or off shore, like or not they are mostly Indian and Pakistanis.

I dont personally like/support illegel immigrants or asylem seekers at all.
If anyone here on basis of skills and exopertise that is required by UK, they dont take your jobs but support your economy.

its someone personal matter to marry to whoever they want to get married to. none of your business
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
18 Dec 2007 /  #328
its someone personal matter to marry to whoever they want to get married to. none of your business

its my business if they are in my country!

and also ask your fellow citizens to get some science and hi tech degrees

Hmm, now thats funny I would say we have plenty of highly skilled people, Im sure there are gaps in the market that people can fill for a few years (come here on a visa and go back when they are finished) but the problem is these people overstay.

also ask fellow to stop taking micky mouse courses in unis or hodie culture your got for run away students.

Evidently you are not English, because I have no idea what you are talking about, more than likely its foreign students that are taking bogus courses so they can stay in the UK...as for hoodie culture, if you dont like it go back to where you come from...simple.
dreday  
28 Jan 2008 /  #329
pls if u marry a polish girl in the uk..can the polish embassy give u the polish residence...or do u have to go to poland.
cs_prashant - | 1  
30 Jan 2008 /  #330
Thread attached on merging:
Want to get married with a Polish girl

Hi I am an Indian staying in UK since 2 years .I have a Polish girlfriend and I want to get married with her .Is it possible to marry her in UK or do I have to travel to Poland or India and what are the legal requirements for the same.If anybody couldhelp me with this

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