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HI DEAR I HAVE COMPLIKATED SITUATION I HAVE MARIED WHITH POLISZH WOMEN AND I HAVE SUN WHITH HERE I GET FIRST REZEDENT CART FOR ONE YEARS AND WE GOING TOGHTHER TO WORK IN SWEEDEN BUT NOW WE ARE IN SIPARATION AND WE WAITING FOR DIVORCE MY QUETION IS HOW I CAN GET REZEDENT PERMIT OF POLAND AND MY BEFOR REZEDENT PERMIT IS FINICH THINKUJE
If you are separated from your wife, and wait for a divorce, you can apply for a new resident card based on marriage - because formally you are still married. But there are little chances you would be granted the premit - your wife would be interviewed as part of the procedure, and she would have to testify that you are on the way for divorce.
In the Polish law it is envisioned that one may apply for a one year residence permit after divorce - however, you are not yet divorced, so cannot use this way.
The law also gives a possibility to apply for a residence permit due to family reasons - so, if you really have close relationship with your child, you may ask for residence permit to keep your family relations.
It is important in this situation what is your current status and where you are - if you are in Poland, and your previous residence permit has finished, this means you are in Poland illegally - and you will not be able to apply for some sorts of permits.
If you have a Swedish permit - based on this permit you can reside in Poland for three months in every six months (so, you can be three months in Poland, and then three months in Sweden - as long as the Swedish permit is valid). Having the Swedish permit you are in Poland legally and can file for a permit to stay in Poland.
It is also important that this year the law has changed - and the application for the new permit can be filed until the last day of your legal stay in Poland (before it was 45 days before your permit expires - this regulation is no longer valid).
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Migration Helpline (Infolinia Migracyjna) is now run thanks to voluntary work of PFM staff. Before, it was maintained (2012-2014) thanks to co-financing of the project Information Center for Foreigners 2, run by PFM in partnership with the Association for Legal Intervention and the Mazovian Governor. It is co-financed by the European Fund for Integration of Third Country Nationals and by the state budget.
In the years 2009-2011 the project was run as part of Information Center for Foreigners run by the same partnership, also co-financed by the European Fund for Integration of Third Country Nationals and by the state budget.