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Legal news related to Polish citizenship

  1. No general ban on dual citizenship under the Act on Polish citizenship from 1920

    VIII 2023

  2. Recognition as a Polish citizen with a permanent residence permit

    VII 2023

  3. Permanent residence permit upon recognition as a Polish citizen

    VI 2023

  4. Bilateral agreements to which Poland is a party, abolishing the requirement to legalize documents

    V 2023

  5. Countries where the requirement to legalize documents has not been abolished

    IV 2023

  6. Legalization of documents at the University of Warsaw

    III 2023

  7. All about Apostille

    II 2023

  8. The fate of insurgents and descendants of citizens of the First Republic in the provisions of the Treaty of Riga of 1921

    I 2023

  9. You can apply for a Polish passport in Poland or abroad.

    XII 2022

  10. The Archive System in Poland

    XI 2022

  11. Citizenship of underage wedding daughters and the judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court of 27 April 2022

    X 2022

  12. What is the WBH Archive?

    IX 2022

  13. What is the Arolsen Archive?

    VIII 2022

  14. Citizenship of children in the context of the provisions of the Act of 20 January 1920 on the citizenship of the Polish State and the Vienna Convention on citizenship and options of 30 August 1924.

    VII 2022

  15. Foreign military organization

    VI 2022

  16. Illegitimate daughters born before January 19, 1933.

    V 2022

  17. Possible loss of citizenship by widows and orphans

    IV 2022

  18. New Passport Act

    III 2022

  19. Independence of the citizenship of a child born out of wedlock

    II 2022

  20. Recognition as a citizen - legal title to the premises

    I 2022

  21. Citizenship of the European Union

    XII 2021

  22. Change of family name

    XI 2021

  23. Does Angela Merkel have Polish citizenship?

    X 2021

  24. Seizure of a conviction and recognition as a Polish citizen

    IX 2021

  25. Obligation to register divorces and marriages.

    VIII 2021

  26. Name or surname change

    VII 2021

  27. Women's auxiliary military service and the loss of Polish citizenship

    VI 2021

  28. Military service and the loss of Polish citizenship after 1950

    V 2021

  29. Refusal of military service and the loss of Polish citizenship in the years 1918 - 1924

    IV 2021

  30. The strength of the Polish passport

    III 2021

  31. Refusal of military service and loss of Polish citizenship

    II 2021

  32. Loss of Polish citizenship by the mother of an illegitimate child in 1920-1951 (discrepancies in the jurisprudence of courts).

    I 2021

  33. The age of majority of people born abroad

    XII 2020

  34. Acquisition of citizenship of another country before 1920 and the principle of uniformity of family citizenship

    XI 2020

  35. Central Lithuania

    X 2020

  36. Conventions with the USSR regarding dual citizenship

    IX 2020

  37. Supreme Administrative Tribunal

    VIII 2020


    VII 2020

  39. Loss of citizenship by persons of Ukrainian, Belarusian, Russian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian and German nationalities.

    VI 2020

  40. Loss of Polish citizenship due to acquisition of foreign citizenship

    V 2020

  41. Obtaining citizenship - in person or by post?

    VI 2020

  42. Polish citizenship and coronavirus

    III 2020

  43. Prohibition of registering the foreign birth certificate of a child of same-sex parents.

    III 2020

  44. Change of law on Polish citizenship

    II 2020

  45. Persons of Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Lithuanian, Latvian or Estonian nationality.

    I 2020

  46. "Temporary" Polish citizenship of women born abroad before January 19, 1933

    XII 2019

  47. Polish citizenship will give you the right to travel to the USA without a visa

    XI 2019

  48. Evidence obligations of an administrative body in matters of Polish citizenship

    X 2019

  49. The rules for access to archival civil status records

    V 2019

  50. Opportunity for US citizens with Polish ancestry


  51. What Brexit means for Poles in the UK