/ My Great GrandMother was born in Poland sometime before 1915 - any chance for Polish citizenship?
Obtaining dual US-Polish citizenship question - two great-grandparents and grandmother born in Poland
I wish to apply for dual US-Polish citizenship, but am not sure if I'm eligible. Here are the facts:
Two of my paternal great-grandparents were born in Warsaw in the 19th century. My grandmother was born in Warsaw in 1901. In 1911, my great-grandfather emigrated to the U.S., and was naturalized a citizen before 1920. In 1916, my great-grandmother and grandmother both emigrated to the U.S., and were naturalized U.S. citizens sometime during the 1920s (I am still trying to discover exactly when). My father was born in the U.S. in 1932, as was I in 1958. One other possibly pertinent fact: my great-grandmother's father continued to live in Warsaw until his death in 1921.
So, am I eligible for Polish citizenship given those facts (and assuming documentation to support them) or not? Any help will be most appreciated.