Do you know if she spoke Polish or had a Polish name? If you can prove it in any way, then you *might* be able to get the Karta Polaka if you join a Polonia organisation for a couple of years. But in general, my route that I advised will work.
I don't have any information about this. Only what I know she is from Poland. Maybe i'll try to work on Karta Polaka too. Thanks again.
here's an example of jobs available in Kraków for Russian speakers. As you can see, they're in demand.
PS : Robot Unicorn Attack?
I see. That is wonderful for me, I guess!
Robot Unicorn Attack is a great game, but there is My Little Pony FiM attack :D
Your premise about wishing to move to Poland because Russia is becoming too "aggresive" for you etc. seems to me at least somewhat over the top, if I might say so! You're still young, I assume, and rather idealistic. Good luck in your pursuits but don't be too bruised if your bubble bursts on impact:-)
You did not live here, and you even don't understand whats going on here. First of all Russia is overpowered country with nuclear weapon (As USA too). I'm a pacifist, and I don't want to be a part of country like USA or Russia. My second reason is homophobic propaganda on TV and etc. I'm not a gay, but I didn't understand and I wont understand this hate to them. Third argument - I want to say what I think about government, president or world situation without any fear to be punished.
Sorry if my English is not clear.