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Getting married to a Polish woman - paperwork?


smithleejustin 1 | 2
25 Dec 2012 #1
hi people greetings from England i recently got engaged to my girlfriend who is Polish and we want to get married in Poland and i am trying to find out if or what paperwork i would need to get married there
MoOli 9 | 484
26 Dec 2012 #2
Well I am from a non EU country,so I needed birth certificate,passport(all pages),my marriage certificate(since we were married before) all translated in polish by a certified translator and some pictures,lol and sme negligible amount in pln as fee:)
handsome - | 3
30 Dec 2012 #3
Where are you now?
Contact me at: cole.joseph73@yahoo
MoOli 9 | 484
30 Dec 2012 #4
I am in states now but will be in Poland by 4th january.And you can ask me here what would you like to know more?I will be glad to help you with my first hand experience.
Dreadnought 1 | 143
26 Feb 2013 #5
Good luck with it all......I am also from UK married to a Polish woman and have been living in Poland for nrly 3 years now. Great place, nice people (but I do live in a village, have a farm and don,t need to work). I have been told that it is a completely different experience if you need to find a job, have to live in a pokey flat with outlaws and god knows how many of their other offspring in a crappy town. But If conditions are right for you it will be a great experience. Weather totally different to UK....winters cold, snowy but dry snow not the wet nasty stuff of UK...summers (especially where I live...South East Poland) long and hot.....bring lots of suncream........unless you are living on the North coast...you will miss the seaside...I do.....got to build that swimming pool I keep promising myself.


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