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Polish passport service for a new born baby?


sebby 1 | -
26 Jul 2010  #1
Does anyone know if someone offers a service to apply to re-new a polish passport and apply for new polish passport for a new born baby? Reason is my polish is a bit rusty and I do not enjoy standing in queues.
poland_
4 Aug 2010  #2
Reason is my polish is a bit rusty and I do not enjoy standing in queues.

So pay someone to stand in the queue for you. They should arrive at 5 am to beat the rush.
Olaf 6 | 956
5 Aug 2010  #3
They should arrive at 5 am to beat the rush.

Are you joking? For a passport?!
kubaPL 1 | 5
5 Aug 2010  #4
sorry i can't answer the question at hand, but i think the previous poster is exaggerating quite a bit.

i had my passport done a few years ago in warsaw and i remember not having to arrive earlier than 30 minutes before the department opens. seeing as the warsaw branch only opens at 8h00 i would not have been there earlier than 7h00-7h30.

if you are unsure of the language, the easiest would probably be to go to the department (at any time) and get the documents from the hall and go home to fill them in. obviously it would be nice to have someone capable of understanding the documents to help you do this. after that if you can speak even basic polish it shouldn't be a problem to handle the rest at the department.

i remember when i was there, there was some piece of information missing from my documents, but having told the lady i can't write in polish she wrote down what needed to be written on a scrap piece of paper and i just copied that onto the document. but i guess that could have been a rare case of a *helpful* departmental worker ;)

hope that helps.


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