Still I don't understand why a EU citizen in Poland - IF having a permanent residence permit - would like to get Polish citizenship. The only thing you miss not being Polish is that you cannot vote for the Sejm and the President.
Far from the truth. Theoretically everything sounds easy with EU laws realistically, especially in Poland, there is
still a long way to go. Six years ago I was told by a bank worker in PKO Bank that I couldn't open an account
because I didn't have a permanent residence card for E.U citizens.
Had I not gone to another city, where the workers at least understood the E.U laws, I wouldn't have opened a bank account.
Then when it comes to buying land or property, by the time they try to interpret the E.U laws in the responsible government offices
you would have given up already. Simply because it is a nightmare.
When it comes to land, property and taxes there is an advantage of having Polish Citizenship if you reside here permanently.
The right to live and work are the only E.U laws that seem to be clearly understood in all the E.U countries.
As for the rest - the responsible officials couldn't be bothered. But the problem of interpreting E.U laws is not only confined to Poland
almost every E.U country has the same problem.