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Acquiring Polish citizenship by naturalisation


ivnp71 1 | 46
29 Sep 2013 #31
I haven't got the permanent residency yet so the administrative route isn't for me at the moment!!
As i said before I'm going to re-apply again."If you don't ask, you won't get".

I don't give up delphi!!!!
delphiandomine 85 | 18,270
29 Sep 2013 #32
I haven't got the permanent residency yet so the administrative route isn't for me at the moment!!

The people responsible for making such decisions are highly unlikely to approve someone for citizenship if they haven't fulfilled the criteria for permanent residency.

As i said before I'm going to re-apply again."If you don't ask, you won't get".

It's pretty pointless reapplying if you've been refused once, unless something dramatic has changed.

I don't give up delphi!!!!

In this case, you might as well - the President isn't going to approve an application from a mundane person who already has the right to live and work here.
bairo
30 Oct 2013 #33
Hello mr, how is your citizenship application to the president. Do you hear any news from them yet. And on your last thread dated on august, u did mention that u will call them and ask did you. thanks
Brytyjski Gosc
28 Apr 2014 #34
He is as Polish as you!
He may not be ethnically Polish but he is of Polish nationality.
Get used to it. Your law has changed. Anyone can become Polish now, just like Poles become British nationals.
ivnp71 1 | 46
23 Dec 2014 #35
Again, today it's a sad day for me cause i've just got negative decision by the president about the Polish citizenship for the second time.

Life is just so!! I need raise my spirits cause i love Poland so much and I'm going to re-apply for Polish citizenship for the third time.

Merry Christmas!!! Wesołych Świąt!! Feliz Navidad!!
Aunt Jamina
23 Dec 2014 #36
You will never get it first try for permanent stay, don't waste your time and money
ufo973 10 | 89
25 Dec 2014 #37
And how to get permanent residence without 5 years requirement?
I am already living here for 3 years now
pigsy 7 | 305
25 Dec 2014 #38
If you are married to a Polish citizen.What country are you from?If from USA beware to get citizenship its a tax hell to declare income in both countries.
Iskender
3 Jan 2015 #39
Merged: Polish Citizenship/Long-term EU resident card - when can I go for them?

Hi forum members,

I had gone through previous posts in the forum but couldn't find similar queries. I had few questions.

I will complete 6 years of stay in Poland in Feb'15. I have been working for 4 years now and studied for 2 years prior to that. I have resident permit till May'17.

a) Since I have 5 years of uninterrupted stay (I read that time as a student counts for half the total number of years of study), when can I apply for Long-term EU resident card? I had gone through migrant.pl website which states the requirement of a document as below

- documents necessary to confirm the information contained in the application and the circumstances justifying the application for a long-term EU resident permit;

Can I get it from the company stating my requirement in the organization? or only during my next application can I be eligible to apply for that (i.e., during May'17).

b) When will I be eligible to apply for Polish Citizenship? I read that if I stay for atleast 3+ years on the basis of the Long term EU-resident permit, I will be eligible for that.

c) I will be marrying soon to my girl friend from Turkey. As a long-term EU resident holder or as a Polish citizen, what is the change in her status.

Thank you for any information. Have a pleasant Sunday.
Isk

I totally forgot to add. I am from Turkey.
JoeDa
29 Mar 2015 #40
Hello Everyone

Any new update for from those that made application for Polish citizenship via President?


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