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Non-EU, wanting to marry a Pole, living in Germany, confused with visa & citizenship


anpas 1 | -
20 Jul 2010  #1
Hello everyone, I am non-EU, in love with a Polish. We are presently studying in Germany and planning to work here later on. I would like to ask, that when we are married after our studies, what kind of visa I would get? Because there might be a chance that I cant find a job to apply for a valid visa right after I graduate, we are thinking to get married (for me to stay here) and looking for a job at the same time. So would anyone provide any information like in my case, with respect to visa or citizenship (German, Polich or EU)? It seems too complicated for me... Many thanks in advance!
poland_
29 Jul 2010  #2
So would anyone provide any information like in my case, with respect to visa or citizenship (German, Polish or EU)?

Contact a immigration lawyer in Germany.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240
29 Jul 2010  #3
It seems too complicated for me

don't do it then

we are thinking to get married (for me to stay here)

of course why else would you get married to an EU citizen, right!
Mister H 10 | 759
2 Aug 2010  #4
we are thinking to get married (for me to stay here)

Of course you are ! Why else do foreigners marry one another !

I've not been on PF for a while and it's nice to see that some things never change here ie. someone registers to make their first post one about how best to go about a sham marriage :-)
Maria Gajda Adv - | 2
24 Aug 2010  #5
anpas
Dear Anpas,

According to the Polish law on citizenship dated February 15, 1962, you will be eligible for the grant of Polish citizenship in case you meet the following conditions:

a. you have been granted the temporary residency on the territory of the Republic of Poland
b. you have been married for at least 3 years with a Polish citizen
c. you make a statement before the relevant Polish authority that you want to become a Polish citizen. The statement must be made within 6 months from the day you have been granted the temporary residency, or, alternatively within 3 years and 6 months from the day you married a Polish citizen.

The authority relevant for all matters related to the grant of Polish citizenship on the basis of marriage to a Polish citizen is Wojewoda (Urzad Wojewodzki). For example, if you and your future wife will be living in Warsaw, or anywhere within the Mazovian Voivoidship, then you will have to go to the Mazovian Voivoidship, Department of Foreigners in order to settle all the issues related to the temporary residency, and citizenship. They are located at Plac Bankowy 3/5 and the manager of the office is called Mrs. Miroslawa Wozniak. If you are going to be living in Poland outside Warsaw or its administrative district, the authroity relevant for your citizenship issue will be always the Voivoidship (or Starostwo) of that district where you are living.

For more details regarding the opening hours and procedures I would suggest you to check out the website of Mazowiecki Urzad Wojewodzki.
Good Luck!
irfan - | 3
9 May 2013  #6
hi.i am from Pakistan i meet Polish girl in Cyprus we are married now,and we moved to Poland i have 1month visa,i have applied for 2year id,they said we will gone call you to check you,i want to know what will gone happen, when they will call,if they found me and my wife real marriage,after what documents required for id????

please if you know about this??
clecnche 1 | 2
6 Dec 2013  #7
could you pls answer this, if both parties has been marriage for 5 year, but they are not living in Poland due to the kinda of job they have. though they got married in Poland. how easy is it for the non EU to acquire a Polish citizenship. ???


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