Just a gentle reminder that the topic of this thread is citizenship by descent. According to the constitution the child of a citizen is a citizen. So, citizenship by descent is acquired at birth, not by moving to the Motherland and naturalising. Even if it takes the bureaucrats years to decide a claim, it doesn't change the fact that citizenship was acquired at birth. If it does take years, or if the government has denied a claim due to documents unavailable in the archives and they are later discovered, this is a violation of human rights. Other nations in Europe don't follow the model of Tusk's law.
It's very straightforward.
Hardly, and if there was any suspicion that he had had Polish ancestry, he would know this. The process is anything but straightforward and fast.
When I submitted my application for confirmation of my Polish citizenship it took over 6 months and they had all the documents at the start.i
Only six months to get a passport, voting rights, etc., that one was born with is a good result. For others, the process drags on for years, frequently due to issues related to getting documents from the archives, as well as bureaucratic hostility or incompetence. The "military paradox" in the 1920 citizenship law will be ignored by the bureaucrats without a competent lawyer to shepherd the claim to finality. This is the reality. Readers can believe those who have suffered through the process, or believe the disinformation from those who have not and don't want them to succeed in gaining citizenship.