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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland
  • QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

  • 1. Question: My grandfather/grandmother was born in Poland and came to live in Israel. Can I receive Polish passport?

     

    Answer: In order to receive Polish passport it is necessary first to confirm the Polish citizenship of the applicant. Proper procedure for grandchildren of people whose grandparents came to Israel is the procedure of Confirmation of Polish Citizenship (SEE. CITIZENSHIP. CONFIRMATION OF POLISH CITIZENSHIP)

     

    2. Question: Are Polish birth certificates or Polish school reports of my grandparents/parents a proof of possession of Polish citizenship?

     

    Answer: No. These documents do not confirm Polish citizenship. Proper procedure for applicant who have Polish birth certificates and Polish school reports is the procedure of Confirmation of Polish Citizenship (SEE. CITIZENSHIP. CONFIRMATION OF POLISH CITIZENSHIP)

     

     

    3. Question: I left Poland as a small child with my parents in the 40s. Since then I have been living outside of Poland. Can I  receive Polish passport?

     

    Answer: Proper procedure for people who left Poland is the procedure of Confirmation of Polish Citizenship (SEE. CITIZENSHIP. CONFIRMATION OF POLISH CITIZENSHIP)

     

     

     

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