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Married to a man from Poland, moved abroad - Polish citizenship?


clecnche 1 | 2
6 Dec 2013 #1
pls a real good friend of mine really want to know, and we will appreciate an honest answer.

am married to a polish man for five years, and we both lived in swiss, we got marriage in poland. we moved to swiss after the marriage. and since then we lived swiss. but always visit poland. how possible is it to acquire polish passport or citizenship while living with my husband in swiss??
Zibi - | 336
7 Dec 2013 #2
how about visiting polish consular pages on that topic?
Monitor 14 | 1,820
7 Dec 2013 #3
It's called Switzerland. Swiss is an adjective. You cannot obtain Polish citizenship not living in Poland, but perhaps you can obtain Swiss.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
7 Dec 2013 #4
how possible is it to acquire polish passport or citizenship while living with my husband in swiss??

No. Time spent outside of Poland does not count towards obtaining Polish citizenship.
Meathead 5 | 470
8 Dec 2013 #5
So how are things in Switzerland? Do you like living there? Are you a Swiss national or some other nationality? Are you and your husband thinking of moving to Poland?
OP clecnche 1 | 2
9 Dec 2013 #6
WE LIVE THERE, CUZ OF OUR JOBS. IS KINDA DIFFICULT TO GET THE SAME JOB IN POLAND. AM NOT AN EUROPEAN, BUT I HAVE LIVED IN SWITZERLAND FOR 11YR. I WISH TO MOVE TO POLAND IN FUTURE. BUT WAS THINKING THE POSSIBILITY TO GET THE CITIZENSHIP B4 THEN.

ONE CAN ACTUALLY APPLY FOR AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP, WHILE LIVING IN A DIFF. COUNTRY. WONDER WHY IS KINDA OF DIFFERENT WITH POLAND
Zibi - | 336
9 Dec 2013 #7
WONDER WHY IS KINDA OF DIFFERENT WITH POLAND

Different country, different rules?
Meathead 5 | 470
9 Dec 2013 #8
WE LIVE THERE, CUZ OF OUR JOBS

Just curious but it appears you dislike living in Switzerland. What don't you like about living in Switzerland? I mean Switzerland has to be one of the wealthiest European countries and Poland is one of the poorest.
dantedantas - | 1
20 May 2014 #9
Merged: Married to a Polish woman, moved to Austria - Polish citizenship?

DzieƄ dobry. :)

I am from Brazil and I got marry with my polish wife on 04-07-2010 (Bochnia).

I am a computer programmer and in 2011 we decided move to Austria to work and collect money. Because of this moving to Austria I lost the Resident Permission in Poland and now I have it in Austria, but we plan in future come back to Poland.

I know that the "quality" of life is better in Austria, but we want have close family, so the choose is Poland.

My question is: - Do I have the possibility to apply for the Polish Citizen now? If yes, how? One, someone in Krakow told me about a way that I need send a letter to the President.

Thanks for the attention.
Best regards,

Dante Dantas
Harry
20 May 2014 #10
Do I have the possibility to apply for the Polish Citizen now?

No. You must live here for three years and then you can apply to naturalise.

Because of this moving to Austria I lost the Resident Permission in Poland

You have the right to live in Poland, because you are married to a Pole.

I need send a letter to the President.

Don't waste your time.
Dont gag me yo 7 | 156
20 May 2014 #11
No. You must live here for three years and then you can apply to naturalise.

AND hold a permanent resident (10 yr valid)or settlement card also valid for 10 yrs
Harry
20 May 2014 #12
No.
Now I check the relevant law (the Polish Citizenship Act of 2 April 2009), it's actually being married for three years and two years living in Poland holding either a settlement permit or a permanent residency permit or long-term EU residency.
onlyme74 - | 1
13 Sep 2016 #13
Merged: I am a British man married to a Polish lady, and I'd like Polish citizenship.

Hello all,

I am seeking some advice please.

I am a British man married to a Polish woman (who has been in the UK for 10 years). We have a young child we plan to register in Poland.

I would like to have dual nationality as my wife and child will do, but as I understand it the only way to do this is for me to live in Poland for 2 years. We loe to spend time in Poland but are not able to live their continually for 2 years.

Is there any other likely way for me to get citizenship?

I am wondering if it is worth my registering myself somehow in Poland in case when the UK leaves the EU Poland offers nationality to the British registered in Poland. What do you think?

Any help would be much appreciated!
terri 1 | 1,665
13 Sep 2016 #14
Ask at the Polish Consulate/Embassy. They will give you the best advice.


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