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Polish citizenship for my kids - 'living in Poland may be a must for the citizenship'

John Silver
1 Sep 2016 #1
I am a polish citizen (although never lived in Poland). I want polish passports for my kids, and I hear from few people the law will be changed and living in Poland may be a must for the citizenship.

Should I do it now or I can wait for the kids to get little older? (the oldest is 8 years old)
terri 1 | 1,664
1 Sep 2016 #2
Someone is pulling your chain, but you can start the procedures for your kids now. Once they have a Polish citizenship, it will be no problem.
Mister H 11 | 761
1 Sep 2016 #3
Not quite sure what the point is of having citizenship of a country someone has never lived in, nor ever intends too.

If the emotional tie to a country is that strong, then live there for some of the time at least.
OP John Silver
2 Sep 2016 #4

I am not living in the EU now, but may want my kids to be able to move and work in the EU.
terri 1 | 1,664
2 Sep 2016 #5
You do not neeed to give a reason why you want a citizenship of a country. But you must try and get the paperwork organized.
20 Oct 2016 #6
Merged: Citizenship for my kids born outside the EU - I am Polish citizen

I am a polish citizen, although living outside the EU. I want to issue citizenship for my kids (born outside the EU as well).
What is the process? and what would be the cost?

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