Polish passport opens your gate to European Union and Europe

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Holding Polish citizenship makes you automatically a European citizen.

Polish Citizenship is incredibly  beneficial and strong citizenship to have. Along with it, you get rights to reside, travel, work, and study not only in Poland but in the whole European Union. There are also countries like Norway or Switzerland which are not part of the EU but allow their citizens to live, work, and study with much less restrictions and formal requirements than non-EU citizens.

What does it mean? You can live without any time limits and restrictions in Poland and in Europe. You can get a property in Italy or in Portugal, or that Greek cottage you have always dreamed about and spend as much time there as you wish.

Your family will get equal rights to yours

Once you hold Polish citizenship and a Polish passport, your spouse gets equal rights to yours to live and work within the European Union.

Your kids can go through the same process as you and get their own Polish passport which gives them lots of opportunities and fewer formalities. You can all enjoy the privileges of living in Europe without any time limits or visa restrictions.

If you get a job opportunity in any European Union country, guess what?

With your Polish passport, you won’t need a working visa anymore. It is enough to have a passport of any EU member country and the whole job market will be open and available for you. You just need to apply for the job! The same applies for business set up in case that is something on your radar.

Easily apply for studies at European Universities

If you or your child always wanted to study in Paris, well, being a Polish citizen and having a Polish passport can easily reduce heavy fees for non-EU citizens in most public universities across Europe. There is a long list of them that offer free education to EU citizens and again you will not  need any student visa to study anywhere within the European Union.

Travel without borders and passport controls

Traveling to Europe will be easier than ever. While entering Europe you go through the „EU Citizens” line at the airport and that means no queues, quick passport control, or no passport control at all on the border if you show them your Polish passport.

While you travel within Europe by land, there are no border controls or checks. You are an EU citizen and you can enjoy freedom of traveling at its best.

Then while you travel within Europe by land, there are no borders control or checks. You are EU citizen and you can enjoy freedom of traveling at its best.

Polish nationality vs Polish citizenship – what is the difference?

The notion of Polish citizenship has no statutory definition. In doctrine it is defined as a certain kind of legal bond between a natural person and a state, which consists in the person’s belonging to that state. It is expressed by the state providing rights for citizens and presenting them with obligations, which exist to indicate the ways of acquiring and retaining citizenship and the related rights or lack thereof.

How do I travel with double citizenship and two passports?

Have you ever thought about how double citizenship can impact your travelling? How can you use the fact of having two passports to your benefit?
Once you are the lucky owner of a Polish passport, below you can find a list of tips and advice that will make your life easier while moving around the EU, between the EU and your country of origin and while travelling to third party countries.