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Non EU parent of Polish child


Sikander 1 | 10
28 Sep 2016  #1
I am currently living in ireland and an asylum seeker.
My child born to my girlfriend who is polish national
We have made polish passport for kid.
Any help i wanna go to poland with them how?
Atch 17 | 2,712
28 Sep 2016  #2
Sikander, did you complete the application process for recognition as an asylum seeker in Ireland or are you still awaiting a decision?
OP Sikander 1 | 10
28 Sep 2016  #3
First of all thank you for replying in a good way.
Still waiting for the decision.
Atch 17 | 2,712
28 Sep 2016  #4
Ok, well you can't leave the state while you're waiting. If you already have a representative body handling your application, then talk to them. Otherwise, these people give free legal advice.

irishrefugeecouncil.ie/law-centre

You won't get any reliable advice on a complex issue like asylum on forums like this. You need to talk to people who are experts in the area of immigration and asylum seeking in the EU.
Marsupial - | 888
29 Sep 2016  #5
Well Atch I beg to differ that this person cannot get any sound advice from this forum. Perhaps not for this case as the circumstabces are set in stone now so as you rightly point out it's up to the officials. However, we can offer sound advice for the future. So in that spirit I can offer the following;

'Keep it in yer pants!'
DominicB - | 2,650
29 Sep 2016  #6
'Keep it in yer pants!'

I'll second that. This is a classic case of thinking with the wrong head.
Atch 17 | 2,712
29 Sep 2016  #7
'Keep it in yer pants!'

Yes, that is good advice! Or failing that use protection. However, the girl is as much to bIame in this situation. I have to say I have limited sympathy for, or patience with a woman who comes out of a fraudulent and possibly bigamous marriage (see the other thread) and within two years gets herself pregnant by a man who has no fixed abode or right to remain in either the country where they are living or in her own country. Foolish and irresponsible behaviour in the extreme.
DominicB - | 2,650
29 Sep 2016  #8
woman who comes out of a fraudulent and possibly bigamous marriage

Actually, she is still quite far from coming out of that marriage. This is going to have long-lasting consequences for her, the OP, and, sadly, the child. Also, considering how selective and coy the OP has been in revealing key information about the case, I highly doubt that the version we can piece together from his story even remotely resembles what took place in real life. For all we know, there might well never have been a fraudulent and/or bigamous marriage at all.
Atch 17 | 2,712
29 Sep 2016  #9
she is still quite far from coming out of that marriage

Of course, that's a very good point as she's not actually divorced.

For all we know, there might well never have been a fraudulent and/or bigamous marriage at all.

That's true. She could simply have made a bad choice of husband and regretted it. I would say she probably didn't know the divorce law in Ireland when she married and it came as a huge shock to discover that it's not like Poland where you can be rid of your spouse in a few months. Five year waiting time in Ireland. Hence she'll have to go down the null and void route if she doesn't want to wait.

However if she does that and gets a decree of anullment on the basis of being defrauded into a marriage for residence purposes, the Gardai will then get involved as the ex-husband will be investigated with a view to prosecution. So she'd need to be careful. She's already made a big enough mess of her life.

One of the problems is that people today seem to be finding it increasingly hard to understand and accept that actions have consequences and that there isn't always a quick fix solution, especially for a major error of judgement.
DominicB - | 2,650
29 Sep 2016  #10
people today seem to be finding it increasingly hard to understand and accept that actions have consequences and that there isn't always a quick fix solution

It's been like that ever since we came down from the trees and spread out across the savanna. Nothing new, really. Especially about the fact that each generation makes exactly the same complaint about the next.
nothanks - | 640
29 Sep 2016  #11
A great argument for keeping abortions legal
Mister H 10 | 759
31 Oct 2016  #12
First of all thank you for replying in a good way.
Still waiting for the decision.

Seems like a drive-by posting to me.


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