If you do decide to go back to Poland what will you do there?
It's not actually 'going back to Poland' - I wasn't born in Poland nor have I lived there permanently, but I have travelled there quite a bit and also visited my friends & family many times. My wife is a native Pole and both our children are bilingual.
I am a trained psychologist, but have also been involved in property, but it's most likely I'll get involved in teaching English and translating work; I have many friends who have been doing this for over 15yrs and I am already doing some translating work so will expand on this.
I'll also see what else comes up; as I said I am fluent in both languages, have made a number of business contacts in Pl already, so will see what opportunities there are.
Apart from this, I will still receive a healthy income from renting property which I have in London and Warsaw.
Btw re where to send your kids to get the best education, I wouldn't have a clue about this but if I had the money I would probably send them to an international or private school. You should post a new thread
I have already visited the British and American Int schools in Warsaw, and am aware of the fees and also the standard of teaching these schools provide; I had a few friends who taught at the British School and having checked the staff recently have recognised some acquaintances from the past.
The next 18 months here in England will be crucial and various things will determine whether we make to move over to Poland ... either Warsaw or Krakow.
I will be in Warsaw in just over a weeks time to visit a few friends, and enjoy the Christmas spirit which is still alive and kicking and not restricted by the political correctness brigade that is rife here in UK!