duckieaga 26 Mar 2006 #1So here is the deal: I have a dual citizenship (Polish and US) and I am preparing to get married in about a year to an American. I have done research on what is required of an American to get married (in terms of legal documents) and I have read things on the US Embassy website about laws concerning marriage between Polish and American citizens. My question is whether I have to do anything through Poland as well if I am already a US citizen. I guess I am just confused about how my dual citizenship effects the paperwork I have to fill out (I don't even know who to ask). My other question pertains to citizenship of any children from our union. At least in the near future I am going to remain in the US to obtain a PhD so I am wondering if the children would also have a Polish citizenship. And how about if we decided to adopt a child from another country? We have been discussing such possibilies as well. I just don't know where to find relevant information. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.