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A Norway guy studying in Poland wants to bring his Pakistani wife to Poland. Visa for her?


Scorpean123
10 Nov 2011 #1
Hi every one can any one help me?
I m norwegin but now I m in Poland for my medical studies.
My wife is in pakistan I want to bring my wife in Poland.
Basically m from Norway but now in Poland my all family is in Norway but wife in Pakistan
Can I apply polish visa for her?
Havok 10 | 912
10 Nov 2011 #2
Yes! you can apply for a visa for your wife, Poland is a free country, but it doesn’t mean you’ll get it though.

Best regards.
gumishu 11 | 5,017
10 Nov 2011 #3
Can I apply polish visa for her?

I don't think so if she isn't a Norwegian citizen - but I may be wrong -
Angel-eyes
10 Nov 2011 #4
is it easy to love. Sadly no as the great Richard Ashcroft sang 'love is noise, love is pain'
pawian 161 | 9,971
10 Nov 2011 #5
I m norwegin but now I m in Poland for my medical studies.

Excuse me, Sir, but Norwegians speak and write much better English than that.
David_18 68 | 982
11 Nov 2011 #6
I m norwegin but now I m in Poland for my medical studies.

And im from Mehico :)
pawian 161 | 9,971
11 Nov 2011 #7
:)

:):):)

Are we malicious?
David_18 68 | 982
11 Nov 2011 #8
Why so? The guy is a complete **** who thinks he can bypass the truth, and make us believe that he got a wife in Pakistan and that he is Norwegian. When he himself writes like *^*^*^*^*^*.

This guy is from Pakistan and he simply wonders if he can apply for a visa.

Or i donnu....
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
11 Nov 2011 #9
I don't think so if she isn't a Norwegian citizen - but I may be wrong -

Oh, you are very wrong. Norway is a member of the EEC. Its citizens and spouses of their citizens, can live and work in each and every EU member state. All 27 of 'em. Without a visa. All they need is a Norwegian passport and a marriage certificate.

Id wager a crisp fifty euro bill that the opening poster isn't of european descent either.

The "Norwegian" chap scored Norwegian citizenship, through marriage/asylum/having a child with a Norwegian woman. Hes made it now. The golden ticket. Now, he wants to impress the clan back home and has secured the hand of the young broad he perved over back in Pakistan. He was european citizenship. No need to even pay the dowry.

Am I right, or am I right?
BBman - | 344
11 Nov 2011 #10
Id wager a crisp fifty euro bill that the opening poster isn't of european descent either.

Of course he isn't.
coldlikedeath 1 | 7
11 Nov 2011 #11
My wife is in pakistan I want to bring my wife in Poland.

I am Irish and can bet I write better Norwegian than that... and I only know a couple of sentences of the language! Native Norwegians write and speak English a lot better than that, sir or madam or whoever you are. And they don't say they are "a Norway guy". Good god.
divulgge
11 Nov 2011 #12
But who once granted Norwegian citizenship then thinks 'Now I'm in the EU, I'm going to get my wife into Poland!' He'd have to be a special kind of Idiot not to get her Norwegian citizenship.
Tortilla
11 Nov 2011 #13
Of course he isn't.

And you have the nerve to call other posters "racist"!
Lyzko
11 Nov 2011 #14
Begging your pardon, but it's rather presumptive to assume that because someone's from Norway, i.e. a Norwegian, that they automatically know excellent English! Many Pakistanis know British English, whereas most Scandinavians learn British English in school, yet often talk like longshoremen!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Nov 2011 #15
Mods, may I recommend IP checks to guard against potential trolls? The level of so-called Pakistani interest is beyond belief. I simply refuse to believe that there can be genuine interest to the level which we see on PF. Frankly speaking, it's absurd!
hythorn 3 | 580
11 Nov 2011 #16
I am not sure Seanus
every single time I have advertised a job in Poland, I have been bombarded by Pakistanis and Indians looking for work

I am sure that there are an awful lot of Pakistanis, Indians and Nigerians who see Poland as a bit of a soft touch in getting entry into the EU

An IP check would help but it is giving the mods more work to do

how about banning all posts from non members?
you either join or you do not have the opportunity to post
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Nov 2011 #17
I just think that the level of Pakistani interest is unnatural. Marrying for visas is about as shallow as you get in terms of interpersonal relations.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
11 Nov 2011 #18
Can I apply Polish visa for her?

All you need is an EEA Family Permit and its free to apply for, you dont need a visa per se..You are exercising your treaty rights as a student.

Now wasnt that easy to answer?
gumishu 11 | 5,017
11 Nov 2011 #19
I don't think the guy's wife holds a Norwegian citizenship - I guess he wouldn't have asked if she had
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
11 Nov 2011 #20
That doesnt matter, if he is exercising his treaty rights as a student and he is a Norwegian citizen, then he has every right to bring her to Poland on an EEA family permit, it actually easier for him to bring his wife to Poland that it would be for a Polish citizen to bring a spouse from an non EU country...
gumishu 11 | 5,017
11 Nov 2011 #21
maybe it's true what you're stating buty I would be cautious - I would expect a lot of trouble from Polish visa officials
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
12 Nov 2011 #22
All you need is an EEA Family Permit and its free to apply for, you dont need a visa per se..

Easy to answer, yet you got it wrong.

He doesnt need a permit. He needs to get a flight. Present his and her passport along with a marriage certificate.

And he saunters through immigration controls.

Its that simple.


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