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hello respected sir and madam.....my name is aamir shazad khan i am from pakisatn i am living in poland last 5 month i applied for polish card here but they gave me negative decision.....they gave me right to make appel in week but i dont make appel...after 2 month of my this application i want make my polish card application here in poland ....i am living with my wife in torun city ....before i come to poland i got visa of 15 day now i dont have visa nothing......i ask in office make my passport stamp i live in poland ...they ask when police check u ,,show your marriage dacument


Firstly, important for you to know that being a husband of a Polish woman you cannot be deported from Poland, nor placed on a list of unwanted foreigners on departure. This is why you were adviced to carry along the marriage certificate. We also advice this.

Secondly, as a spouse of a Polish citizen, you can apply for temporary residence card even though your stay in Poland is at this moment irregular.

What you should do is to apply for this card again. You can try to find out why your first application was rejected - this would help you prepare a better application now.

It is hard to give a more precise advice online - to help you prepare the application, one would need more detailed knowledge on your situation and documents.

In Toruń, there is an office of Polish Humanitarian Organization, which helps migrants. They may be able to put you in contact with a lawyer that could help you file the new application. Otherwise, you can see our "CONTACTS" section for information on pro-bono NGO lawyers. All of them offer legal counselling for free.

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2012-10-06 22:54:05


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