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Divorced from Polish wife. Can I get a Poland's passport?


local_fela 17 | 172
24 Sep 2014 #1
Hi.
I have recently divorced from my ex wife. I would like to know if ever I could try and get a polish passport. I have lived around 2 years with her (one year in the UK and one year in Poland).

At the moment I am travelling a lot (business trip) and sometimes it is really a pain in the a*se for my employer to do some paper work in order to get me a visa to some countries in order to fulfil my duties where a European passport holder could easily go on my behalf.

I don't want to be kind of the black sheep and let the chance to work in different countries from time to time slip my hands.

I am currently with my fiancée for two years and don't want to get married because I know myself how painful it could be at some point and she agrees with me.

So I would like to know if I could get a polish passport or a permanent resident upon the fact that I was married for a bit more than two years with a Polish girl.

Thank you for your guidance (no silly comments please).

Karl
terri 1 | 1,665
25 Sep 2014 #2
No, you cannot get a Polish passport. You are NOT married to the girl.
You cannot go through life marrying girls from France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain - all the countries in the world - and then expect that each country will give you a passport.

Or is there something that we're not getting?.
OP local_fela 17 | 172
25 Sep 2014 #3
Thank for the first answer.

You cannot go through life marrying girls from France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain - all the countries in the world - and then expect that each country will give you a passport.

I did not say that I am going to marry everyone from there. Like I said, I don't want to be involved in marriage at the moment.

Thanking you in advance for sticking to the topic. :)


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