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Marriage in poland - how long paperwork will take?

Guest     Sep 5, 2012, 12:18am  #

please help! i want to get married to my polish girlfriend in warsaw, i live in england, she can not come here because she has a son from a previous relationship and her son does not have a passport. i read what documents i need from some of the other posts plus the english embassy site, i have all the paperwork but i want to know how long it takes to submitt the paperwork and actualy get married, i have 2 weeks holiday in which to do it! is that possible or do i need longer? someone please help and give advice. thanks, gary.

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  ♂   Sep 5, 2012, 02:17am  #

Are you sure she wants to get married? After all it's not that difficult for her kid to get a polish passport. And why would that matter anyway?

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  ♀   Sep 5, 2012, 03:05am  #

I would think not that long it depends if the office have space to give you ceremony but other then that you should be able to do it.

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  ♂   Sep 5, 2012, 10:41am  #

Zibi:
After all it's not that difficult for her kid to get a polish passport

For sure it is not but the time frame he is talking about might not be ideal for him.
In Warsaw you'll need to find an office that is not very busy.
September is quite a busy month for civil marriages but your partner can ask around to find an earlier date.
If she finds someone understanding I'm sure you can get married during your 2 week holiday.
All the best.

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  ♂  :-( Sep 5, 2012, 01:34pm  #

Zibi:
Are you sure she wants to get married? After all it's not that difficult for her kid to get a polish passport. And why would that matter anyway?


You can just get a Polish ID card for the child - no need for the passport.

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  ♂   Sep 5, 2012, 02:18pm  #

delphiandomine:
no need for the passport.



I thought you need a passport when entering UK, after all they are not in Schengen area, or has that changed as well?

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  ♂  :-( Sep 5, 2012, 02:20pm  #

delphiandomine:
You can just get a Polish ID card for the child

Not without the permission of both parents (assuming the kid is under 13).

kblyszgn     Sep 5, 2012, 02:29pm  #

Hi all,

I presume this is the topic where I can post my question. Anyway, I am a Turkish man and have got a Ukrainian girlfriend. I know that I can have some rights if I marry a Polish girl in Poland (such as being able to have residence permit). What if I get married with my Ukrainian girlfriend under the Polish laws in Poland?? Do you guys think that I and my girlfriend might have some rights I mentioned above (residence permit matter)? Looking forward to hearing from any of you..

Best regards



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