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New Immigration Laws in Poland - achieving residency through my wife's citizenship?


grspring 11 | 56
25 May 2014 #1
Considering the new immigration laws as this article in the Krakow Post indicates is it for possible to for me to achieve residency after my wife gets her citizenship? We are retired, have income from investments and Social Security in the Unites States. We own our own apartment in Krakow and do not seek employment, just enjoying Poland and traveling Europe (not having to return to the United States every 3 months, which get quite expensive). I also realize that I will have to maintain private health insurance and possibly meet other regulations.
Harry
25 May 2014 #2
is it for possible to for me to achieve residency after my wife gets her citizenship?

Yes, most certainly.

not having to return to the United States every 3 months, which get quite expensiv

How long do you spend in the US when you go there?
OP grspring 11 | 56
25 May 2014 #3
We stay for 9 to 10 months in the United States before returning to Poland. The next time (hopefully soon) we want to stay in Poland and travel around Europe for up to 2 years.
Dont gag me yo 7 | 156
25 May 2014 #4
I will have to maintain private health insurance

Not really, if you do want get it i will recommend from medicover or damian they both operate together and have best health services for 5200 pln a year and also cover overseas for 30k euro and they have doctors who speak english.

The next time (hopefully soon) we want to stay in Poland and travel around Europe for up to 2 years.

yes you cant leave poland/eu for more then 6 months in 2 years to apply for your permanent card which is a requirement if you want polish citizenship.
OP grspring 11 | 56
25 May 2014 #5
Why wouldn't I need private insurance if I am not a citizen only a resident? Is it because I would be married to a Polish citizen or is coverage given to residents also?

If we are living in Poland we wouldn't leave for more than two weeks at a time to visit other countries. So that part is not be a problem.

Thanks for this information.
Dont gag me yo 7 | 156
26 May 2014 #6
If we are living in Poland we wouldn't leave for more than two weeks at a time to visit other countries. So that part is not be a problem.

Infact when I was getting my permanent card they counted all the stamps of me exiting and entering to Poland or any other country.You can visit any country ib the EU and was not considered to be leaving Poland.
Tosic 1 | 8
12 Jun 2015 #7
Merged: The New Law

Hey all, Im Mateo from Serbia,

I have few questions about the new law...

I will get my permanent residence in this summer. I saw in forum that the old law has been changed by government.With the new law I have to be married two years more after my permanent residence If I wanna be Polish citizen. We were planning to give documents to government this year.So I will have to wait two years more... Is that true? If yes, so these are my questions.

1.Can I live in other country in these two years? And Can I apply for a new visa? Because I will have to leave Poland in this year for my new work in south africa. Thanks.


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