A foreigner may solicit citizenship by virtue of law from Poland if:
- At least one of the applicant’s parents is a Polish Citizen,
- The applicant was born in the territory of the republic of Poland, and the identity of the parents is unknown, and no citizenship can be ascertained.
- A minor will automatically be granted Polish citizenship if found on Polish territory.
- One must comply with the following before Poland will acknowledge a foreigner as a Polish citizen:
- Each year, the government of Canada announces how many immigrants it aims to attract over the coming year, and reveals a breakdown in the number of immigrants that will be allocated to the various immigration programs offered.
- Must have documentation of the occupied dwelling as well as a regular source of income in Poland.
- Must have lived at least two (2) years in Poland and be married to a Polish citizen or hold no citizenship of their own.
- Must have lived continuously for at least 10 years in Poland with a permit to settle, regular income in Poland, as well as a legal title to a dwelling.
- Live in Poland for two (2) years and have Polish ancestry.
Applicants should have satisfactory command of the polish language.
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