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Becoming a Polish citizen, what did it change for you?


dhrynio 5 | 97
11 Sep 2013 #1
I am American married to my Polish husband for 11 years and have lived here in Poland for 9 years. We are planning to stay here and I am considering getting my Polish citizenship and having dual passports.

So for those who have done it, what did it change for you? Did it make things easier?
Kowalski 7 | 621
11 Sep 2013 #2
but are you Anne Applebaum Sikorski ?
OP dhrynio 5 | 97
11 Sep 2013 #3
Sorry, don't get the reference.
Kowalski 7 | 621
11 Sep 2013 #4
Anne Applebaum is a Pulitzer prize winner American journalist, married to Poland's secretary of state Radek Sikorski - she's kind of small scale American celebrity in Poland and she said something very similar to what you did say in your first post. Anyway she did get polish citizenship already (checked) . Pardon for any confusion ...thought she finally did pay a visit to the fPF
OP dhrynio 5 | 97
11 Sep 2013 #5
Ah, ok now I know. I read an article about her. Nope, not her. Sorry to disappoint, lol.
Kowalski 7 | 621
11 Sep 2013 #6
glad I made you laugh. ...hope someone would answer your question.....all I know, with polish citizenship you'd be able to vote and be elected to parliament, sure something to consider :)


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