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QUALIFYING FOR CITIZENSHIP
Does the US permit dual citizenship?
Your US citizenship is not affected by this in any way.
Does Poland allow dual citizenship?
There is no exact reference to dual citizenship in Polish law. There are no published penalties for possessing dual citizenship. Hence, for practical purposes, dual citizenship is permitted.
It is important to note that those who are citizens must use their Polish passport in cases involving Polish authorities. For example, on an international flight, you must use your Polish passport to enter and exit Poland.
Who is eligible for Polish citizenship?
Most people whose parents, grandparents or great-grandparents were born in Poland qualify for Polish citizenship through descent. In essence you need to have at least one ancestor who: Was born in Poland (or one of the former territories) and resided there after 1920.
How do I become a citizen of Poland?
If you have Polish ancestry, you are already technically a Polish citizen and you can apply to have your citizenship verified or by providing your heritage and by satisfying other specific eligibility criteria from the Polish government.
How can I get citizenship in Poland?
There are three ways of acquiring Polish citizenship:
1. By descent by birth where at least one of the parents is a polish citizen. The birth can be either within Poland or outside of Poland.
2. By adoption if the child is under 16.
3. By Presidential ‘granting’. The President of Poland can grant a foreigner, at Polish citizenship with no restrictions or conditions. There is a specific application process for this method.
How do I confirm my Polish citizenship?
You need to apply to the Citizenship Office in Warsaw to have your citizenship confirmed. This is where we help you. Your application will consist of documents, translated into Polish, forms, archival records, and other information. Your application will be assessed by a Polish government official who reviews your file and can often seek clarifications (in Polish of course). If they are satisfied with the evidence provided, your certificate of citizenship is then issued. We will help you through this process every step of the way.
How do I know if I qualify for Polish citizenship?
Simple, take our citizenship quiz. It will take 10 minutes or less.
First, you need to have Polish ancestors, usually just one. They need to have been born in Poland (or one of the former Polish territories) and resided there after 1920. In other words, you will need to prove that your ancestor was a Polish citizen after 1920 and also at the time of your birth.
We’ll need some basic information about you, including your date and place of birth and details of your parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. A family tree would also be great. We’ll ask you about your Polish roots and for a brief family history. The more details and documentation you provide, the more specific we can be in assessing your eligibility.
How long does it take to obtain Polish citizenship by descent?
For citizenship by descent, the process can take a year or more. After citizenship confirmation, there are additional steps as new citizens must obtain Polish civil records certificates (birth and marriage if applicable) in order to actually apply for a passport.
The rules around those who live in Poland and are applying for naturalization are differen