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Can someone with a student visa get evicted/deported for assaulting a Polish citizen?


phil73
30 Sep 2014 #1
like it is said clearly in the title , i would like to know if a person holding a student visa will risk eviction for "let's say" punching a polish citizen .
Nathans
30 Sep 2014 #2
Do you mean in Poland? In any case, eviction laws apply to real estate and it's unlikely a person would get evicted for not breaking the real estate contract..
OP phil73
30 Sep 2014 #3
yeah in poland , and what about the visa , will it be endangered ? and can the person get kicked out of the country ?
jon357 67 | 16,840
30 Sep 2014 #4
can the person get kicked out of the country ?

Yes.

i would like to know if a person holding a student visa will risk eviction for "let's say" punching a polish citizen .

No. Not really. I think you mean deportation, which is rare and in any case now follows Schengen rules.

The courts/immigration system isn't that well organised and agencies do not talk to each other the way they do in some countries. Nevertheless, the judge could probably do this if she wanted and (before Poland joined Schengen, anyway) may cause issues if/when you renew your visa. A lot would depend on what you're actually convicted of.


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