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Posts by KienTran1207  

Joined: 23 Mar 2013 / Male ♂
Last Post: 24 Jul 2014
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From: From Vietnam, currently studying in Poland
Speaks Polish?: Probably at level B2 or C1
Interests: Polish culture

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KienTran1207   
24 Jul 2014
Law / Apply Karta Pobytu (Residence Card) for my wife [7]

Yes. There's a paper confirming that a person can entirely apply and receive resident card on behalf of another person. You will need your wife's passport number and her signature. You can ask for that paper in Immigration office (same place that your wife applied for the card). Good luck!
KienTran1207   
20 Jul 2014
Study / There is no exam for Polish C1 level - why? [5]

Hi guys, I have had this question for a while but still no clue about the answer. Let's take into account both people who need a certificate of Polish language to apply for a Polish passport (citizenship) or a job in Poland or just simply taking an exam for fun. On the offical website of State Certificate Examinations in Polish (zwfalkon.home.pl/certyfikat/index.php/en/general-information/examination-levels), it is stated that there are only 3 levels of examination: B1, B2 and C2.

Even though they explain everything about the requirement and demand of each level here: zwfalkon.home.pl/certyfikat/index.php/en/benefits-of-certificate-examination. The thing I still don't understand is: Where is C1? C1 can be considered as a very good level of any language in the world, surely one can study and work without any problem with this level. The distance from B2 to C2 is just very far and of course not easy to complete. Do they just simply think B2 is enough for a person to apply for a Polish passport or working and C2 is just a (super) bonus for people who really really need it?

Anyone has any opinion about this?