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Getting married to a Polish Citizen in the UK

20 Mar 2007 /  #121
no you can not if you husband is in the UK you will need ti apply for an Family reunion visa in the UK embassy in south africa
Michal - | 1,865  
20 Mar 2007 /  #122
you want to be very careful about dual nationality. If an Englishman marries a Polish woman and gets a Polish passport whilst living in Poland, then the British Embassy can not help you if you have a problem and get arrested by the Polish police, as just one example. Beware of dual nationality.
20 Mar 2007 /  #123
Trust me the British Embassy would do **** all anyway, wankers.

:) :), gee I'm getting away with murder today
20 Mar 2007 /  #124
ok here is the thing when i marry my polish girlfriend can we go to live in the UK if is need it ?
21 Mar 2007 /  #125
Thanxs for everyone's replies. I am at the moment doing some researches more about my situation. So if I go with my husband to England to live and work, for what visa must I apply for? When I come from South-Africa to Poland, what papers do I need to come back to Poland?
21 Mar 2007 /  #126
family reunion , about the visa to poland call the embassy in SA tell you married a polish and you maight not need a visa

good luck
24 Mar 2007 /  #127
Can somebody please guide me through my problem

I am from Armenia and currently working in Germany. I love a polish girl who was here with me. She is in Poland (Warsaw) and we want to marry there. I can not stay there longer.

1. Can I go there and marry within say two weeks? If not possible, would it be possible if she starts with some processes till I reach there?

2. If I later move to Poland, to apply for the citizenship, will the period in which I have lived partially in Poland and partially in Germany be counted?
24 Mar 2007 /  #128
no you can not marry in two weeks and after married you must live here for 3 years at least to get polish citizenship
24 Mar 2007 /  #129
Thanks zion

Can she not do some arrangements so that we can do things faster in a shorter time? No way out?

Is the 3 years counted in total or should it be continuous? I mean if 4 years married and 3 years together will it work?

How long it minimum take to finish with the marriage? Should I stay there during the whole process?
25 Mar 2007 /  #130
ok about the marriege it self ,you will need your birth certificate original traslate into to polish by a traslater in poland and i letter from your embassy saying you are not married back at your home country then you will need a interpreter to go with you to the marriege office with the birth certificate the traslantion , the letter pay the fee there and they will give you a date to get marry at least one month depends wich office you apply . afeter that you have to apply for the 2 years residence permit with that you can live and work in poland only and after 3 years you can apply to get a polish passport you can not stay more the few monthes out of the year out side poland .
25 Mar 2007 /  #131
Thanks again! I know much more now. Do they don't consider my passport as a birth certificate? And should I take an interpreter, even if my girlfriend is with me? What happens if I am more often out of Poland during the first 2 years? Will I get problem to extend the residence permit? (hope you don't get irritated)

zion, can I ask you where you are from?
25 Mar 2007 /  #132
no they will ask for both your passport and your birth certificate , and yes my girlfriend was with me to but they will ask for a sworn interpreter , about staying out side poland after the 2 years residence permit you will have to apply for the permanent permit if they find out they you stay more out side poland then you should have then you may not get the permanent permit and only with that can you apply for the citizenship and I am from brazil

for the first year you can stay out side poland but for the last two you have limited time to spend out side so is not too simple to get the polish passport, you are ok to live and work in the UK , spain .and a number of other countries but not germany once you married with her right after the mariege what takes lets say 2 monthes to process the all paper work good luck and fell free to contact me for more info I also live in Warsaw . good luck with all
25 Mar 2007 /  #133
you are very kind & helpful. I already have a permit to stay and work in Germany. I was thinking of marrying her a bit later, when I actually want to move to Poland to live with her, but just that she wants it right now (ladies na). Do you know from which office in Warsaw could we get a sooner appointment for marriage. And once we are married, you told it could take at least 2 months to process the all paper work. Should I be there all the time during the process. Could she not go on with the rest without me? Because otherwise I have to tell her to wait at least a more year. :-)

Where could man get an interpreter? Any idea how much do they charge? Also about other fees which you mentioned.
25 Mar 2007 /  #134
maybe in an office out side Warsaw small down but check in many offices as possible before you apply . you will be need on the day of the applycation , the waiting time to get a date for the cerimony is 30 days but depends how many people will get marry at the same time you will also office . you will be need here to get the embassy declaration and to apply then only on the day to get married , about fees for all and interpreters and the traslation of you birth certificate you can do it for about 300 euros . you can find then on the net ask you girl to look it for you becouse will be all in polish , if not i can send you some links of the ones I used .
25 Mar 2007 /  #135
Ya, could you please give some links too?
25 Mar 2007 /  #136

this is for the interpreter and traslations , and this is for the the marrige office

here it is men some links for the whole of the info

some are in english some not ask your girl to help

and also you must have a oficial adress here she can get for you it can be her adress

Once back in brazil i use to have a friend from armenia origin we use to go to the armenia church togheter so i will help here is my mail me and i can give you my number then you can call me and i can tell how all works

25 Mar 2007 /  #137
It is really very nice from you. Very great help. I had never got an opportunity to know someone from Brazil. I will write you and would surely like to reach to you sometimes when I am in Warsaw.
25 Mar 2007 /  #138
no worries man my plesure all the best you have my mail now so anything else mail me

all the best with the girl and all .
shahrukh khan 1 | 9  
26 Mar 2007 /  #139
Let me also Clarify .........Dont Think that Pakistanis,Indian and bangalis are after polish passport.
Before i had really liked polish poeple but after reading your comments about pakistanis i want to clarify...
Though i live in uk but i am from pakistan and being a political science and jounalism student i could strongly say we are atomic power and when we come to uk we are being paid highly but when polish come to uk they just do either cleaning ,prositution or constraction work.

So i am highly educated and pakistnis are well settled even they are memebers of uk parliment.
So pls don't say that pakistanis want to have polish passport just because they want to apply job or go to poland ha ha just for cleaning or contraction.

Pls don't think you are better than asian because you are in Eu now or you are white you actually have visited pakistan and indian so thats why you talking like this we do have strong living culture and far better than african countries but we would never say that they are bad.We like and love polish but can be insulted.

Why polish girls are going towards asians because first time in life they found Genuine lovers and best culturer society.What they have got in their society just selfishness,greed,money ,**** and being left alone in older age they are shocked when they have looked asian culture these smart sweet little girls want to go there and get rid of there society.

Pakistan India and China are the best countries plz open your eyes and check it.
Shahrukh Khan
szarlotka 8 | 2,205  
26 Mar 2007 /  #140
Pakistan India and China are the best countries plz open your eyes and check it.

So why are you studying in the UK then? I am not being aggressive, I'm just curious that's all

and being a political science and jounalism student

Now I am confused. In an earlier post you said you were doing IT? Which of us is losing his mind?:)
shahrukh khan 1 | 9  
27 Mar 2007 /  #141
Mr szarlotka if have managed to get some education which i believe 90% of you don't then go to the history check why i am studying in uk.Who came first into sub-continent in early 1700-1947.

What was the condition of polish people before u were allowed to be part of EU.
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #142
hey when you say things be sure that you are not quoting for the entire pakistani people.
shahrukh khan 1 | 9  
27 Mar 2007 /  #143
If two of us get chance to be here in uk you will see your respect given by english men to you they would prefer me than you,believe me they treat you like don't be so smart you need ages to gain respect power like asians in uk.

So try to learn some think else apart from cleaning.
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #144
i think you have a wrong idea of polish people and please keep to pethatic comments to youself. cos you are giving a bad name to the pakistani in this forum.
szarlotka 8 | 2,205  
27 Mar 2007 /  #145
Mr szarlotka if have managed to get some education which i believe 90% of you don't

I have a first degree from Oxford, A masters from MIT and a MBA from a leading French business school so I guess I'm in the 10%.:)

What was the condition of polish people before u were allowed to be part of EU

You had better ask the Poles that question. A cursory look at my profile would reveal that I am English

Who came first into sub-continent in early 1700-1947.

And your point is? You stated that the sub continent and China were the best countries. I was interested to know why you chose to do your degree in my country. A simple question that you have not answered.
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #146
its well above the pakistani. i say this cos i am a pakistani and they ( polish) have better education systems then our country mate
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
27 Mar 2007 /  #147
stick to the thread or start a new one.. this post has nothing to do with getting married to a Polish citizen.
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #148
sshhhhhh that a secret dont let it out
shahrukh khan 1 | 9  
27 Mar 2007 /  #149
YOu know before i joined this forum i really liked polish people.I just wanted to greet you but you turned the things into racial.I am not say polish are bad i respect every single person in this world but if you starting hating me because i am muslim then i have to defend me.
RazZ 1 | 180  
27 Mar 2007 /  #150
i think you should look at the post again. cos i have seen my fellow country man ( pakistani) giving a bad name to pakistan and that the reason y many people were had different point of view for us. so stop your bricking and get over it.

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