text translated automatically from the Polish version
Documents on citizenship
Judgments of courts:
- II OSK 1800/17 Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court of March 28, 2018.
Polish administrative bodies and courts are distrustful of foreign judgments confirming marriage abroad. That is why it is worth recognizing such a verdict in Poland and obtaining a Polish marriage certificate
- II OSK 719/10 - Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw
The authority must inform about the direction of the evidence, so as not to surprise the party.
- II OSK 573/11 - Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw
The authority should turn to the appropriate British authorities via the Consulate, as it does in other matters of this kind, which the Court knows ex officio, to clarify whether the applicant has acquired British citizenship and in what date.
- II OSK 1231/11 - Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw
The information card of the Central Committee of Polish Jews on survivors written in the JHI committee in Warsaw is not enough if the card is missing the signature of the person submitting the statement, as well as the declarant's receipt.
- II OSK 2598/11 - Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw
You have to get a certificate from the Israeli army yourself.
- II OSK 861/13 - Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw
Lack of unambiguous identification of a person does not allow for confirmation of her Polish citizenship
- IV SA / Wa 1912/15 - Judgment of the Provincial Administrative Court in Warsaw
The Provincial Administrative Court in Warsaw in a verdict dated 14 January 2016 reminded that pre-war personal ID cards were issued to persons residing in a given commune even if they were not Polish citizens and automatically confirmed their Polish citizenship, unless it was inscribed in them that someone has Polish citizenship.
- II OSK 2385/14 - Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw
The NSA confirmed that in a situation where under the law of 1920 a Polish passport was issued to someone with an annotation that he was ob. a non-existent Russian Empire should be considered a Polish citizen despite such annotation.
- II OSK 2214/16 - Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw
Part of the Polish legal system in the field of citizenship was in the period from May 20, 1966 to May 20, 2001. The Polish-Czechoslovak Convention of 1965, which as bilateral international agreement regulated the rules of loss of Polish citizenship in the case of people who also had Czechoslovak citizenship .
- II SAB / Rz 116/13 - Judgment of the Voivodship Administrative Court in Rzeszów of February 19, 2014.
Requirement to submit documents confirming citizenship (eg a certified photocopy of the passport)
- II OSK 1233/16 Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court 22 II 2018 r.
The administrative body is obliged to search for civil status files.