03/17/2014

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Questions Frequently Asked About The Polish Citizenship Q: do can be used as proof of Polish citizenship, possession of a birth certificate, baptism or any secondary title?A: NO. Under Polish law, the place of birth, baptism or have entered into a study center in Poland does not prove the possession of Polish citizenship. The factor that determines the possession of Polish citizenship is the citizenship of the parents. Q: a minor, of Polish parents, who was born in British soil and who holds British citizenship, but has never lived in Poland, Polish citizenship does? A: Yes, because / she was born of Polish parents. Q: I am a Polish citizen. My wife is a British citizen. Our children were born in Britain and are British citizens. They also possess Polish citizenship? A: Yes. Minors whose parents are of different nationalities, lost Polish citizenship only when parents, within three months of birth of their children, requested the resignation of Polish citizenship. Q: if I surrender my Polish passport to authorities Foreign and make a statement to them that I waive my Polish citizenship. I've lost my citizenship? A: NO. A Polish citizen can lose their citizenship only if it presents a specific request to the President of the Republic of Poland and receives the decision of resignation of the President. Q: I have emigrated from Poland with my parents being lower, after the second world war. Since then I have lived outside the country. I do not have Polish passport. I'm still a Polish citizen? A: to obtain that response must complete a request for confirmation of possession or loss of Polish citizenship in the Poland Consulate nearest to your home. Q: my grandparents had immigrated to Britain in the Decade of 1940 or 1950. My grandparents immigrated to Great Britain in the 1940 s, 1950 s. I...