In a dictionary of the Polish language, the word ‘citizenship’ is translated as a state affiliation connected with certain rights and duties defined by the law of a given state, whereas the word ‘citizen’ is specified as a member of the society of that state having certain rights and duties defined by law. This encyclopedic definition of citizenship approximates the meaning of the term in the colloquial sense.
If you have Polish ancestry and think about getting your Polish citizenship and Polish passport, think no further!
Read about five reasons you should do it!
According to a Polish Constitution nowadays the only way to lose Polish citizenship is to officially renounce it. The state and the state authorities do not have the right to deprive anyone of Polish citizenship, although in the past the situation was different and there was such a possibility.
Poland is not the obvious tourist destination while travelling around Europe, but it has a lot to offer and discover. If you are seeking history during your travels, Warsaw and Krakow are the cities to consider. If you are a nature lover, Baltic Sea in the North of Poland, Masuria region in north-eastern Poland and Tarta mountains South of Poland are the areas for you to visit. For rest and slow travel, Podlaskie Voivodeship is your area – full of forests, animals, and bicycle tracks. And did I mention Polish cuisine? Foodies will be satisfied, and everyone will find something to satisfy their stomach.
Why is it worth confirming your Polish citizenship? What are the privileges of becoming a Polish citizen? How can you benefit from becoming a Polish citizen? Here we have a list of the most interesting facts about Polish citizenship.
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.
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.
Registration of foreign civil status records in Poland ( e.g. foreign birth and marriage certificates)
“Every person in the modern world is a member of two basic communities: the family and the whole society organized into a state. From this belonging derive certain human characteristics, which determine his position in each of these communities and allow to distinguish him from other people” (J.Ignatowicz).
Once you receive your Polish citizenship, you not only become a Polish citizen but in addition to that, you also become a European citizen. Why do we mention it? Being able to call yourself a European citizen and having easy access to the EU is the major benefit of Polish citizenship.