abroad has been facilitated through the mutual recognition of qualifications,
enabling professionals to work in another EU Member State without having to sit
for further examinations.
For these reasons, Polish and Latvian citizenship
is very attractive to people living outside of the EU.
are different rules in Polish law granting Polish citizenship to emigrants from
Poland and their descendants, especially to descendants of people who emigrated
from Poland before World War II and beyond. In particular there are three main
laws governing the grant of citizenship, depending on the year the Polish citizen
left Poland - and they may be applied to their heirs and descendants. Polish
citizenship laws from 1920, 1951 and 1962 govern the eligibility of former
Polish emigrants to receive Polish citizenship and all of the benefits that may
flow from it.
you are eligible for Polish citizenship, then you should contact the Polish
Embassy and begin the process of obtaining citizenship. It is recommended that
before you contact the embassy and start the procedure - which may require
significant efforts on your part - you turn to an attorney with expertise in
this field in order to ensure that you are indeed eligible for the citizenship.
In addition, a knowledgeable attorney will advise you on the procedure and the
required documentation, maximizing your chances to obtain Polish citizenship.
Eva Kuklis, herself of Polish descent, is a lawyer and notary with vast
experience and reputation, working since 1980 in this area of law. She has
helped many exercise their rights and eligibility in various countries in
Europe. Her firm offers services which include notarized document translation
in Hebrew, Russian, English, French and Polish and will assist you throughout
the process of obtaining Polish, as well as other European nations'