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Aug 19, 2012, 04:50am #3
Polish nationality law says that a child born to a Polish parent is a Polish citizen at birth. It doesn't matter where the child was born. Even If only one parent is Polish and the child was born outside Poland, the child is Polish citizen. If a parent doesn't want the child to be a Polish citizen, Polish citizenship for the child can be disclaimed within 3 months of the child's birth.
If you father didn't do it then you are Polish citizen already. You just need a Polish passport and most importantly PESEL (same as SIN in US)
Your father didn't loose his Polish citizenship just because he became an US citizen.