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Call from Urzad Wojewódzki (Citizenship Application) while being out of Poland


dammestxp 1 | 6
16 Oct 2017  #1
Hey guys, i just received a call from urzad Wojewodzki after two months of applying for Polish Citizenship, i was asked to come to their office today but am abroad so i will be going in two days, just wondering if any foreigner have this experience and what likely could it be.
terri 1 | 1,609
16 Oct 2017  #2
Go when you are in Poland. They could be asking for further documents or simply to give you a decision.
OP dammestxp 1 | 6
16 Oct 2017  #3
I hope it is a positive decision :) my thinking if it is gonna be a negative, they will just send it by post
nope 2 | 46
16 Oct 2017  #4
Rather it's the positive decision. So congratulations :D
Greenwood
16 Oct 2017  #5
Nope
I do not know how old you are but your posts just irritate me here
Roger5 1 | 1,463
16 Oct 2017  #6
what likely could it be

It may vary from region to region, but in my experience they send a positive decision by post, and then you have to collect your documentation and Dowód Osobisty in person and sign for it.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,224
16 Oct 2017  #7
@dammestxp

Congrats the mere fact that the pl citizenship office called back is good news. You'll most likely be asked to bring paperwork and government docs. Usually citizenship conferments tend to be just a formality. You'll go in front of a sort of judge most likely hell ask a few questions n that's it. In the us they even have a lil party at the end. In many cases people from 50-70 different countries will represented
Roger5 1 | 1,463
16 Oct 2017  #8
You'll go in front of a sort of judge most likely hell ask a few questions n that's it.

No, it's not like that at all.
OP dammestxp 1 | 6
16 Oct 2017  #9
You'll go in front of a sort of judge most likely hell ask a few questions n that's it.

Definitely it is not like that, well, i will go there whenever i'll be in Poland, and give update here.
terri 1 | 1,609
16 Oct 2017  #10
You will NOT go in front of a judge. You will be handed the documentation (no matter what the decision is) in person, as you have to sign for their collection. It is not just a formality - they have to have all the documents they need before reaching a decision.

You have to apply for ID (Dowod) totally separately and they get in touch with you separately.
I wish people who have no idea about a matter did not confuse anyone with their answers.
OP dammestxp 1 | 6
16 Oct 2017  #11
I thought as much, thanks for the post.


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