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Applying for Karta Polaka in the UK - worrying about the Polish language


allianz59
15 Nov 2015 #1
Hi, I am planning to get Karta Polaka in the UK - London or Manchester Embassy. My grandfather is Polish, so shouldn't be a problem. However, I am a bit worried about the language. I know basics but not fluent for sure. If anyone was getting Karta Polaka in the UK, please describe what questions they asked and which level of language knowledge am I supposed to have? Is it strict? Also, which documents did you provide and were they in English or Polish? Did you fill in any form? Thanks!
delphiandomine 83 | 17,905
15 Nov 2015 #2
You're not eligible for it. It's only for those that don't have the right to live/work in Poland and who are citizens of ex-USSR states.

The card essentially exists to provide easier access to Poland to those that cannot benefit from EU citizenship - for instance, Polish-Ukrainians living in Western Ukraine or Polish-Latvian non-citizens
Anna 110 - | 1
30 Aug 2016 #3
Hi there, is it possible to use karta polaka to travel in other countries for example in the UK? I mean just travel not work. Thank you


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