/ Marriage in Poland (civil ceremony,need advice on documents). Indian girl.
As for this Certificate of No Impediment - they refused it coz its not their role. U should issue it from ur country indeed (eg. u could ask ur parents to do it for u n then send it eg. via DHL).
Anyways, its not a point to contact with embassy, but rather with a appropriate office with regards to city where u would like to get married. As someone already wrote on this forum but not in this thread - "ask them exactly what documentation they will want to see. It is quite common in Poland for different offices, and even different people in the same office, to interpret regulations in different way."
The requirements of getting married to a Polish National as a foreigner here in Poland are only three documents:
1.ID card / passport
2.Birthcertificate ( translated into the Polish language by a sworn translator)
3.Certificate of No Impediment (however some countries like eg. USA, Pakistan dont give such one, - then there is a need to process it sth like a 3 months before wedding, coz its related with visiting court, waiting for decission that is formality, but u r expected to wait, n once this point is done, u r expected to wait 21 days untill it will validate)